Relationship between innovation management and student satisfaction with their well-being at university

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The present study sought to analyze the relationship between innovation management and student satisfaction with their well-being at a higher education institution from Barranquilla (Colombia). The study followed a latent variable design. Two Likert-type scales were used to collect information. Boh were applied to a sample of 406 participants. The results showed that innovation management was composed of two dimensions: process structure and process management. Likewise, student satisfaction was composed of three factors: trust and security, tangible elements, and motivation to participate. The relationship between the study variables was corroborated based on the proposed dimensions. These findings allow concluding that applying innovation management into the well-being of university students improves student satisfaction

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Olivero-Vega, E., Vega-Sampayo, Y., Acosta-Prado, J. C., & Castro-Miranda, A. (2022). Relationship between innovation management and student satisfaction with their well-being at university. Formacion Universitaria, 15(4), 9–20. https://doi.org/10.4067/S0718-50062022000400009

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