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Table 2 Means, standard deviations, and correlations among variables (N = 147)

From: Ambidextrous leadership, ambidextrous employee, and the interaction between ambidextrous leadership and employee innovative performance

  M SD 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Age 2.9 .75         
EdL 2.8 .54 .41**        
Gen .67 .52 .24** .25**       
FaP 2.8 .99 − .60** − .73** − .31**      
LOB 3.6 .77 .07 .16 .02 − .17*     
LCB 3.9 .62 .03 .11 − .07 − .14 .64**    
ERB 4.4 .59 .02 .13 − .18* − .13 .41** .37**   
EIB 4.3 .52 − .03 .08 − .20* − .08 .42** .45** .75**  
EIP 4.2 .64 .11 .21* − .17* − .21* .46** .42** .62** .55**
  1. Age age in years, EdL educational level, Gen gender, FaP faculty positions, LOB leader opening behavior, LCB leader closing behavior, ERB employee exploration behavior, EIB employee exploitation behavior, EIP employee innovative performance
  2. *P < 05
  3. **P < 01, two-tailed significance