The present study aimed to examine the impact of the employee empowerment (delegation authority, teamwork, training and motivation) on managerial creativity in in the Ministry of Information Affairs in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The research adopted the descriptive research design and the quantitative approach to answer the research questions and to test the hypotheses. The population of this study is a total of 1528 employees in the Ministry of Information Affairs in the Kingdom of Bahrain. For the purpose of this research, questionnaire as a data collection tool which was prepared based on previous studies that dealt with the research variables where it was distributed to 320 workers through self-administered survey. Overall, a total of 300 employees responded giving a response rate (94%). The analysis was conducted using multiple and simple regression to test the hypotheses. The results of this study indicated that the employee empowerment have significant impact on managerial creativity. Furthermore, the results revealed that delegation of authority had the highest impact on employee empowerment, while the training had the lowest impact on employee empowerment. This study contributes to the body of knowledge by providing empirical evidence to support the relationship between employee empowerment and managerial creativity. The present study provides the number of conclusions, recommendations and future studies.
Abdulaziz Qamber, Alaa; Kh. Muttar, Ahmed; and Ali Alzyoud, Adel
"The Impact of Employee Empowerment on Managerial Creativity: An Empirical Study in the Ministry of Information Affairs in the Kingdom of Bahrain,"
Information Sciences Letters: Vol. 10
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Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/isl/vol10/iss4/16