Innovation in the past few years has affected various countries to enhance the quality of the life of their citizens in either a positive or negative way. It is indeed said to be the main contributor for the success of many third world countries but what has innovation actually accomplished to make these countries better? Many factors such as politics, economy, women empowerment, community development, and career satisfaction rates have been used in this article to identify what innovation has actually accomplished in these third world countries.
COUNTER: In 2016, there were over 300 participants chosen from both profit and non-profit organizations for the study to explore the effects of organizational politics on the career satisfaction rates in a third world country, Nigeria. The data which was analyzed from Pearson correlation, t-test, and linear regression analysis (Methods) resulted in the perceived organizational politics negatively correlating with the career satisfaction rates. The results implied that the higher the perceived organizational politics the lower employees’ career satisfaction rates (Arogundade, 2016). WS51
Federal policymakers and politicians seem to cooperate with the nonprofit organizations as they are creating various policies such as President Bill Clinton’s national urban policy, “Empowerment: A New Covenant with America’s Communities”, which articulates an approach for the impoverished families in distressed communities to link in with the wider metropolitan region, to benefit the communities, regions and the public (Mulroy, 1997). Federal policymakers on the other hand also limited the public investments into community development for specific regions so that with the help of entrepreneurial public identities, and community-based organization they can craft an innovative and creative solution to solve the issue of distressed communities.
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