A Study of Organizational Citizenship Behaviours, Organizational Structures and Open Innovation

@article{Naqshbandi2013ASO,
  title={A Study of Organizational Citizenship Behaviours, Organizational Structures and Open Innovation},
  author={Dr. M. Naqshbandi and S. Kaur},
  journal={Interorganizational Networks \& Organizational Behavior eJournal},
  year={2013}
}
With increasing technological advances, the need to create not only innovations but faster innovation has become a part of sustaining or gaining competitive advantage. Open innovation paradigm answers this need by utilizing larger resources and expertise that firms involved in the open innovation process offer. Given the recency of the concept of open innovation, the factors that influence the creation of open innovation are hazy. Most of the research on open innovation looks at the "hard… Expand
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