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The Effect of Strategic Partnership On Innovation Capability and Business Performance Of Garment Industry In West Java - Indonesia

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Supriyadi, Ratna Ekawati



Index Terms: Strategic Partnership, Innovation Capability, Business Performance.



Abstract: As one of the largest contributors to export manufacturing in the province of West Java - Indonesia, the garment industry needs more attention. Todays many garment company established a strategic partnership with various parties. The purpose of this study was to examine the impact of strategic partnerships on innovation capabilities and performance of the business of garment enterprises in the province of West Java - Indonesia. A total of 250 garment companies studied as a sample. Data were collected by questionnaires, where the respondent is head of the company with manager-level positions. Data were analyzed with multiple regression. The results showed that the strategic partnership provides a positive and significant impact on innovation capabilities. Directly, strategic partnerships are also have a positive and significant effect on innovation capabilities. Innovation capability is also have a positive and significant impact on business performance.



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