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What is Organizational Well-Being

Human-Computer Interaction and Technology Integration in Modern Society
Well-being can be seen as a state of complete physical, mental, and social health and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity of an individual. Organizational wellbeing, along this way can be seen as the organization's ability to promote and maintain the physical, psychological and social workers wellbeing at all levels and for every job.
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Open Innovation: Reaching Out to the Grass Roots Through SMEs – Exploring Concerns of Opportunities and Challenges to Attain Economic Sustainability
Hakikur Rahman (Presidency University, Bangladesh)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-5849-2.ch003
While talking about successful entrepreneurship and value addition within an enterprise through innovation, one could comprehend that the innovation paradigm has been shifted from simple introduction of new thoughts and products to accumulation of diversified actions, actors, and agents along the process. Furthermore, when the innovation process is not being constrained within the closed nature of it, the process takes many forms during its evolution. Innovations have been seen as closed innovation or open innovation, depending on its nature of action, but contemporary world may have seen many forms of innovation, such as technological innovation, products/service innovation, process/production innovation, operational/management/organizational innovation, business model innovation, or disruptive innovation, though often they are robustly interrelated.
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