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IJIMT 2023 Vol.14(4): 143-147
doi: 10.18178/ijimt.2023.14.4.951

Organizational Performance through Organizational Creativity and Open Innovation in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)

Monika Ciesielkiewicz1,*, Claire F. Bonilla2, and Carlos Olave-Lopez-de-Ayala3
1. School of Education, Computense Unversity of Madrid, Spain
2. Department of Computer Science, UDIMA—Universidad a Distancia de Madrid, Spain
3. School of Ecomomics, University of Valencia, Spain
Email: monikacies@gmail.com(M.C.); clairefbonilla@gmail.com(C.F.B.); carolode@alumni.uv.es(C.O.-L.A.)
*Corresponding author

Abstract—Batik Tulis is a type of batik whose manufacturing process is done manually written by hand. One of the producers of Batik Tulis in Indonesia is on the island of Madura. Research on Batik Madura Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) is considered interesting because Batik Madura is an element of local wisdom that still has the potential to be developed. Based on information from one of the Batik Tulis Madura SMEs activists, it is known that all batik producers in Madura use traditional writing methods, and none use printing techniques. This research constructs a model that explains the organizational performance of SMEs, as well as its relation to organizational creativity and open innovation. This research is descriptive research that describes events in the object under study, and answers to these events. This research examines objects in a specific period, so the answers to the problems in this study are not necessarily relevant in the future. The variables that will become the conceptual model in this study include organizational performance, open innovation, and organizational creativity. The SMEs that are the object of this research is the Batik Tulis SMEs located on Madura Island, East Java. The results of this model can be used as a basis for consideration in determining strategies to improve organizational performance, especially Batik Tulis Madura SMEs.

Index Terms—Open innovation, organizational creativity, organizational performance, Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs)

The authors are with Telkom University, Bandung, CO 40257 Indonesia.
*Correspondence: daffa.dityo@gmail.com (D.R.D.)


Cite: Daffa Raihan Dityo*, Amelia Kurniawati, and Augustina Asih Rumanti, "Organizational Performance through Organizational Creativity and Open Innovation in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)," International Journal of Innovation, Management and Technology vol. 14, no. 4, pp. 143-147, 2023.

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