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The empiric literature regarding on technological innovation suggests that cooperation has a highly positive effect on the performance of firms’ technological innovation, however, very little is known about its impact on the organizational innovation. To fill this gap, the present study aims to analyze the impact of the external relationships with business and science partners about the capacity of firms to introduce organizational innovation. To reach the objective proposed, a quantitative investigation was chosen, based on a sample of 684 firms. Data were obtained through the inquiry CIS 2010 – Community Innovation Survey 2010. There came evident the external relationships established with business partners and with science partners on the performance of organizational innovation of the firms. This study contributes for the development of the existent theory when analyzing the external relationships of firms and the innovating development on the organizational level, considering that the investigation that has been carried out about innovation has been focused, in general, on the technological innovation.
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SIMÃO, L. B.; RODRIGUES, R. G.; MADEIRA, M. J. External relationships in the organizational innovation. Innovation and Management Review, v. 13, n. 3, p. 156-165, 2016.
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Simão, L. B., Rodrigues, R. G., & Madeira, M. J. (2016). External relationships in the organizational innovation. Innovation and Management Review, 13(3), 156-165.
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