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  • Authors: Nguyễn, Thị Huyền, 1991-;  Advisor: Tran, Bich Hanh; Kodo, Yokozawa (2019)

  • Innovation is the key for organizations to maintain their competitive advantages in the world of growing competition. The employees are individuals who creates and implements these innovations and innovative behaviors of employees have been asserted to have a significant impact on work outcomes and organizational innovation performance. Interested in understanding effects of environmental factors on employee’s innovative behavior, this research adopted an 8-dimensional model from Amabile (1996) and 4-dimensional innovative behavior from De Jong and Den Hartog (2010) to test the relationship between them. Moreover, as there are very limited in innovative behavior are conducted in Vietn...

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  • Authors: Hoàng, Đức Trung;  Advisor: Vũ, Anh Dũng; Kodo, Yokozawa (2020)

  • Aconsiderable amount ofstudiesonthe influence of role models on entrepreneurial intentionshave been conducted. However, the specific mechanism by which role models exercise such influence is not yet fully discovered. This paper attempts to explore such mechanism, with the possiblemediating effect from entrepreneurial self-efficacy, and expectedmoderating effect from perceived similarity and previous entrepreneurial experience. The author used quantitative method with a sample of 205 undergraduate business-majored students of Foreign Trade University in Vietnam.The results show that role models positively impact students’e...

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  • Authors: Nguyễn, Ngọc Cương;  Advisor: Vũ, Anh Dũng; Kodo, Yokozawa (2020)

  • This study examinedthe relationship between trust and cooperationin an interorganizational level. Aconceptual model was proposed here,whichconsistedof affective trust, cognitive trust, relationship commitment and cooperation. Atotal of 90usable questionnaireswereexploredto test the conceptual model using the exploratory factor analysis, correlation andregression analysisonSPSS26.0in acurrentemerging economy.The study result presented aninsignificant direct relationshipbetween affectivetrustand cognitivetrustwith cooperation.Cognitive trust was highlighted as the foundation for interorganizational relationship while affective trust was emphasized with the stronger impact on relationshi...

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  • Authors: Nguyễn, Thị Hải Yến;  Advisor: Kodo, Yokozawa; Do, Xuan Truong (2020)

  • In the context of controversy surrounding the issue of increasing maximum overtime hour in Vietnam, the study was conducted to clarify the effects of overtime on workers' intention to leave their jobs. This research aims to explain the relationship between overtime hour, burnout, engagement and intention to leave organization. The study was conducted by online surveys targeting workers who are working in manufacturing companies in Vietnam. There were 465 responses, but only 139 valid questionnaires were selected for data analysis. Results obtained from linear and quadratic analysis have drawn conclusions about both positive and negative roles of working overtime hour. All 6 hypotheses...

Browsing by Author Kodo, Yokozawa

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  • 16. Nguyen Thi Huyen.pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Nguyễn, Thị Huyền, 1991-;  Advisor: Tran, Bich Hanh; Kodo, Yokozawa (2019)

  • Innovation is the key for organizations to maintain their competitive advantages in the world of growing competition. The employees are individuals who creates and implements these innovations and innovative behaviors of employees have been asserted to have a significant impact on work outcomes and organizational innovation performance. Interested in understanding effects of environmental factors on employee’s innovative behavior, this research adopted an 8-dimensional model from Amabile (1996) and 4-dimensional innovative behavior from De Jong and Den Hartog (2010) to test the relationship between them. Moreover, as there are very limited in innovative behavior are conducted in Vietn...

  • 00051000499.pdf.jpg
  • Thesis


  • Authors: Hoàng, Đức Trung;  Advisor: Vũ, Anh Dũng; Kodo, Yokozawa (2020)

  • Aconsiderable amount ofstudiesonthe influence of role models on entrepreneurial intentionshave been conducted. However, the specific mechanism by which role models exercise such influence is not yet fully discovered. This paper attempts to explore such mechanism, with the possiblemediating effect from entrepreneurial self-efficacy, and expectedmoderating effect from perceived similarity and previous entrepreneurial experience. The author used quantitative method with a sample of 205 undergraduate business-majored students of Foreign Trade University in Vietnam.The results show that role models positively impact students’e...

  • 00051000497.pdf.jpg
  • Thesis


  • Authors: Nguyễn, Ngọc Cương;  Advisor: Vũ, Anh Dũng; Kodo, Yokozawa (2020)

  • This study examinedthe relationship between trust and cooperationin an interorganizational level. Aconceptual model was proposed here,whichconsistedof affective trust, cognitive trust, relationship commitment and cooperation. Atotal of 90usable questionnaireswereexploredto test the conceptual model using the exploratory factor analysis, correlation andregression analysisonSPSS26.0in acurrentemerging economy.The study result presented aninsignificant direct relationshipbetween affectivetrustand cognitivetrustwith cooperation.Cognitive trust was highlighted as the foundation for interorganizational relationship while affective trust was emphasized with the stronger impact on relationshi...

  • 00051000498.pdf.jpg
  • Thesis


  • Authors: Nguyễn, Thị Hải Yến;  Advisor: Kodo, Yokozawa; Do, Xuan Truong (2020)

  • In the context of controversy surrounding the issue of increasing maximum overtime hour in Vietnam, the study was conducted to clarify the effects of overtime on workers' intention to leave their jobs. This research aims to explain the relationship between overtime hour, burnout, engagement and intention to leave organization. The study was conducted by online surveys targeting workers who are working in manufacturing companies in Vietnam. There were 465 responses, but only 139 valid questionnaires were selected for data analysis. Results obtained from linear and quadratic analysis have drawn conclusions about both positive and negative roles of working overtime hour. All 6 hypotheses...