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Aim: This study analyses the implications of organizational management, leadership and innovation variables in the enhancement of organizational citizenship behaviors. Methods: It departs from the assumption that management, motivation, commitment, leadership styles, innovation and other relevant factors affect organizational citizenship behaviors. Results: The method employed links the analysis, description and reflection based on the theoretical and empirical literature review. The analysis results on management and leadership styles express appreciation to their employees and promote organizational citizenship behaviors to create an atmosphere of motivation to organizational innovation. Conclusions: It is concluded that organizational management variables enhance the self-efficacy of organizational members and the effectiveness of the organization involved in organizational citizenship behaviors. The work is original.
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