- Volume 39 Issue 3
For the success of construction projects, construction companies have begun to recognize the innovation ability of members who participate in projects that can adapt and cope with environmental changes caused by knowledge-based informatization and globalization. The questionnaire of the research selected 254 final valid samples of the members participating in the construction project using online. An empirical analysis of the research model used the structural equation model (Smart-PLS 2.0). The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of psychological ownership on person-job fit and rewards system in the construction project. First, person-job fit has a positive effect on psychological ownership. Second, intrinsic rewards and extrinsic rewards in the rewards system have a positive effect on the psychological ownership. Third, psychological ownership has a positive effect on innovative behavior. Finally, the mediating effects of psychological ownership were found to have no mediating effect on person-job fit and rewards system. In order to induce innovation behavior, the managers of construction companies need to recognize the importance of psychological ownership and build a model of construction project organization activation through development of person-job fit and rewards program.
Person-job fit;Rewards system;Psychological ownership;Innovative behavior