EXPLORING THE EFFECTS OF SHARED LEADERSHIP ON OPEN INNOVATION IN VIETNAMESE MANUFACTURING ENTERPRISES: EXAMINING THE MEDIATING INFLUENCE OF STRATEGIC CONSENSUS AND TEAM PERFORMANCE
This study delves into the intricate dynamics within a Vietnamese manufacturing enterprise, investigating the influence of shared leadership, team performance, and open innovation on the advancement of strategic consensus and job effectiveness. Employing a comprehensive approach, the research seeks to unravel the interconnectedness of these key variables and their combined impact on the organizational landscape. Drawing on empirical data from the Vietnamese context, the study aims to provide valuable insights for practitioners and scholars alike, shedding light on the mechanisms that drive strategic alignment and enhance overall job performance in the unique context of a manufacturing setting in Vietnam. Through a nuanced exploration of shared leadership practices, team dynamics, and the integration of open innovation, this research contributes to the growing body of knowledge on organizational behavior and management strategies, particularly within the context of the Vietnamese industrial sector.
Shared Leadership, Open Innovation, Strategic Consensus, Team Performance.