IMPACT OF STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP ON ADMINISTRATIVE INNOVATION IN YEMENI INSURANCE COMPANIES IN SANA'A
The summary of the study: aimed to determine the impact of strategic leadership on administrative creativity in Yemeni insurance companies in the capital Sana'a. The researchers used a descriptive-analytical method and a questionnaire as a study tool. The study population included all employees in various job titles in the insurance companies in the study area. The researchers used a comprehensive census method for all study variables, which included 276 individuals in the specified job levels. The study hypotheses were tested using various statistical methods, and the study found several results, including: The level of strategic leadership practice in Yemeni insurance companies was high in all dimensions, with strategic determination being the most practiced dimension, and organizational culture enhancement being the least practiced. The level of administrative creativity was low in all dimensions (originality, fluency, flexibility, risk-taking, and sensitivity to problems). The study showed a statistically significant effect of strategic leadership dimensions (strategic determination, human capital development, balanced regulatory control implementation, ethical practices enhancement, and essential capabilities utilization) on administrative creativity in Yemeni insurance companies. However, there was no statistically significant effect of ethical practices enhancement on administrative creativity in Yemeni insurance companies. The study recommended creating a suitable work environment and climate for implementing company plans and programs and spreading leadership concepts and culture of creativity and innovation among employees and adopting cultures and employee participation in decision-making.
Strategic Leadership, Administration Creativity.