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.
|Translated title of the contribution
|Relationship between innovation management and student satisfaction with their well-being at university
|Number of pages
|Published - Aug 2022
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- Innovation management
- Structural equations
- Student satisfaction
- Student well-being