The relationship between open innovation and management relationships, adaptability, and government support


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  • Vuong Quoc Thang Science, Technology and Environment Committee, National Assembly
DOI: https://doi.org/10.57110/vnu-jeb.v4i3.308

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Open innovation, adaptability, government support, management

Abstract

This research examines internal and external open innovation combined with management relationships, adaptability, and government support. The study utilizes survey data collected from 237 respondents, including middle and senior managers working in diversified companies based in Vietnam, Japan, and Malaysia. The findings reinforce the proposed model by the author, demonstrating that management relationships influence both internal and external open innovation. Additionally, the roles of adaptability and government support are clearly shown to impact open innovation.

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Vuong Quoc Thang. (2024). The relationship between open innovation and management relationships, adaptability, and government support. VNU JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, 4(3), 1. https://doi.org/10.57110/vnu-jeb.v4i3.308

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