Here's the abstract:
"Not all creative ideas get implemented. Drawing on achievement goal theory, we propose that the interplay of two types of motivational climates (mastery and performance) moderates the curvilinear relationship between idea generation and implementation. We further suggest that these effects are universal across nations. Two field studies in non-Western countries (China: 117 employees nested within 21 groups; Slovenia: 240 employees, nested into 34 groups), revealed a triple interaction of idea generation × performance climate × mastery climate in predicting idea implementation. Results of random coefficient modeling indicate that mastery and performance climates together transform the relationship between idea generation and implementation from an inverse U-shaped curvilinear shape to a positive and more linear one. Creative ideas are most effectively implemented in conditions characterized by high mastery and performance climates. The implications for practice and future research are discussed."