OPEN INNOVATION AND PERFORMANCE NEXUS: ROLE OF EMPLOYEE COMMITMENT, CULTURE, AND INNOVATION CLIMATE

Authors

  • Hieu Minh Vu

Abstract

Firms are increasingly depending on information and research collaboration from outside and
within to develop products, services and processes that create value for stakeholders. The
purpose of this paper is to develop a framework and suggest future research agenda for
researchers to empirically establish the moderating effect of employee commitment, culture,
and innovation climate. The empirical literature has been reviewed on open innovation and
firm performance. Based on our review, a conceptual model and propositions for future
research opportunities are identified. The proposed framework highlights the different
measures of open innovation, firm performance, employee commitment, national culture and
innovation climate. Our model can be applied to similar situations in different organisational
settings and countries. Validating this model will enrich management and open innovation
literature by providing insights into how employee commitment, national culture and
innovation climate hinder or enhance inbound, outbound and coupled open innovation
activities and performance.

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2020-11-29 — Updated on 2020-11-29

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Hieu Minh Vu. (2020). OPEN INNOVATION AND PERFORMANCE NEXUS: ROLE OF EMPLOYEE COMMITMENT, CULTURE, AND INNOVATION CLIMATE. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 1040 - 1049. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/819