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Yuosre F. Badir
Asian Institute of Technology
52Publications
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#1Yuosre F. Badir (AIT: Asian Institute of Technology)H-Index: 14
#2Björn Frank (Waseda University)H-Index: 1
Last.Marcel Bogers (UCPH: University of Copenhagen)H-Index: 19
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Leveraging external sources of knowledge has become a vital element of innovation strategy, especially in emerging markets, where many firms lack the sophisticated knowledge required to innovate. However, extant research in this domain puts little emphasis on emerging economies and also typically treats openness as a firm-level concept. In contrast, this study investigates how individual employees rely on both internal and external knowledge to increase their innovative work output (and, seconda...
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Purpose Innovation is critical for the firms to gain competitive advantage and improve performance. Such innovation stems from process innovation generation (PIG) and/or process innovation adoption (PIA). PIG vs PIA motivates firms for cutting development cost, reducing development time, improving product quality, saving energy, preventing or mitigating pollution and recycling waste. Various factors have been identified as the determinants of PIG and PIA. One of them is social capital. Therefore...
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#1Adeel Tariq (AIT: Asian Institute of Technology)H-Index: 2
#2Yuosre F. Badir (AIT: Asian Institute of Technology)H-Index: 14
Last.Supasith Chonglerttham (AIT: Asian Institute of Technology)H-Index: 1
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The purpose of this paper is to investigate the influence of green product innovation performance (GPIP) on a firm’s financial performance (i.e. a firm’s profitability and risk). In addition, it has adopted the resource-based view and contingency theory to explore how GPIP and a firm’s financial performance relationship is manifested when subject to the moderating role of a firm’s market resource intensity and certain environmental factors, such as technological turbulence and market turbulence....
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#1Apinya Kamolsook (AIT: Asian Institute of Technology)H-Index: 1
#2Yuosre F. Badir (AIT: Asian Institute of Technology)H-Index: 14
Last.Bjoern Christian Frank (Waseda University)H-Index: 10
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This study explores consumers' motivations to switch to new products in the context of disruptive innovation, and investigates the role of technology differences (i.e., network externality vs. stand-alone technology). Switching from an existing technology product to a disruptive technology product (DTP) involves not only benefits but also requires major sacrifices, which are not encountered in the context of continuous innovation. To model the tradeoff between the benefits and sacrifices, this s...
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#2Yuosre F. BadirH-Index: 14
Last.Umar SafdarH-Index: 2
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This study contributes to green innovation management literature by examining the relationships among firm’s green strategic intent, intellectual capital (human, organizational, and relational), an...
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#2Yuosre F. BadirH-Index: 14
Last.Umar SafdarH-Index: 2
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#1Umar SafdarH-Index: 2
#2Irtaza Sajid (Information Technology University)
Last.Yuosre F. BadirH-Index: 14
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This Paper emphasizes the role of market dynamics in determining the extent of openness for knowledge sourcing measured on the basis of breadth and depth for startups. The backdrop was formulated on the padding of the resource-based view, knowledge-based view, network theory, organizational learning, opportunistic behaviour and trust, each of which serve as a valuable theoretical underpinning to encapsulate fragmented branches. Protection mechanisms play a critical role when opening up the syste...
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#1Aungkhana Atitumpong (AIT: Asian Institute of Technology)
#2Yuosre F. Badir (AIT: Asian Institute of Technology)H-Index: 14
Purpose This study aims to examine the effects of leader–member exchange (LMX) and employee learning orientation on employee innovative work behavior (IWB) through creative self-efficacy. Design/methodology/approach Data have been collected from 337 employees and 137 direct managers from manufacturing sector. A hierarchical linear model has been used to test the hypotheses. Findings Results showed that LMX and employee learning orientation are positively related to employees’ IWB, and these rela...
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