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    Title: 創新型態對創新活動需求程度之關聯性研究 : 以台灣製造業與服務業為例
    Other Titles: A study of the relationship of innovation types on the requirements for innovation activities : a case of manufacturing and service industries in Taiwan
    Authors: 李盈慶;Lee, Ying-Ching
    Contributors: 淡江大學統計學系碩士班
    Keywords: 技術創新;非技術創新;創新活動需求程度;結構方程模式;多群組分析;Technology innovation;Non-technological Innovation;Requirements for Innovation Activities;Structural Equation Modeling (SEM);Multiple-Group Analysis
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 09:53:06 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 現今不論企業規模大小為何,若想要有新的突破與發展,皆需透過創新來增強企業的實力,在全球化的競爭環境中,創新活動儼然成為企業追求進步、永續發展的必經歷程。
    In recent years, if enterprises in Taiwan want to have a new breakthrough and development, they must enhance their strength through innovation. In the competitive environment of globalization, innovation activities has become the pursuit of progress, sustainable development way. Therefore, we refer to 2011 the National Science Council of Taiwan-“The Third Industrial Innovation Survey in Taiwan Area”, through the compilation and review of the literature, propose a causal model that linking three factors: “technology innovation”, “non-technological innovation” and “requirements for innovation activities” in this study. Besides, by the multiple-group analysis, this study confers on whether different groups of “enterprise characteristics” and “business characteristics” will interfere in the causal model or not.
    The results of the analysis show that:(1)The causal model has good model fits and explanatory abilities, therefore, technology innovation and non-technological innovation has positive effect on requirements for innovation activities. At the same time, the impact of “product innovation” is higher than “process innovation” relatively; the impact of “organization innovation” is higher than “marketing innovation” relatively.(2)The study also found that “major markets” and “enterprise types” of the enterprise characteristics, “business types” and “main collaborators” of business characteristics on the causal model with a significant regulates. Besides, the group of domestic market(Taiwan), foreign markets, single enterprise manufacturing industries , market and non-profit organizations has effects respectively on the path of “technology innovation” unto “requirements for innovation activities”; the group of foreign markets, single enterprise, manufacturing industries and internal R&D has effects respectively on the path of “non-technology innovation” unto “requirements for innovation activities”.
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