This study aims at revealing the individual and organizational factors that affect teachers' innovative behaviors and examining and evaluating the results of organizational intelligence in these factors. The study group of the research included 20 teachers with different levels of education and different branches working in public schools affiliated with the Turkish Ministry of National Education (MoNE) in Ankara during the 2020-2021 school year. This study was designed in the basic qualitative research design, one of the qualitative research methods. The data collection tool was an open-ended questionnaire. Descriptive analysis and content analysis techniques were used to analyze the obtained data. In addition, direct quotations were included in this study to enable participant teachers to reveal their opinions more clearly. In line with the participants' opinions, it was determined that organizational intelligence produced results stimulating and strengthening individual and organizational factors that were effective in teachers' innovative practices. Therefore, it can be concluded that organizational intelligence with all its dimensions positively affects teachers' innovative work behaviors.