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    Title: 探討不同背景群體之創新能力差異
    Other Titles: Investigating innovation ability in different backgrounds of groups
    Authors: 江宜庭;Chiang, Yi-Ting
    Contributors: 淡江大學管理科學學系碩士班
    牛涵錚;Niu, Han-Jen
    Keywords: 創新能力;科學素養;偶然力;自我實現;經驗累積;Innovation ability;Science Literacy;Serendipity;Self-realization;Experience Accumulation
    Date: 2016
    Issue Date: 2017-08-24 23:39:14 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 知識經濟的時代是一個進化、取代、淘汰的動態循環過程。企業需要創新來維持競爭力,個人也需要持續進步才能不被知識的洪流給淹沒。企業的創新需要大量的資源與個人創新能力;個人的創新能力則是必須仰賴知識的累積並轉化成一張知識網絡,才能提升自身的創新能力。
    Knowledge-based economy era is a dynamic cycle with evolutionary, substitution and elimination. Company need innovation to maintain competitiveness, individuals also need to continue progress. Business innovation requires a lot of resources and individual innovation ability. Individual innovation ability must rely on accumulated knowledge.
    This study adopted questionnaires to collect datas. The samples including Taiwan T school college Students, works and China J college Students. The age distribution of samples are substantially between 18 to 45 years old, and university education accounted for the largest proportion. Data analyzed using descriptive statistics, two-way ANOVA and simple linear regression. This study will investigate differences of individual innovation ability between groups with different backgrounds; differences of individual innovation ability between three period and the relationship between innovation ability and self-realization.
    The results, first, Workers and students have significant differences in scientific literacy; works who participate in club are More prominent. Second, Taiwan students'' serendipity has significant difference in serendipity; T2 > T1, T2 > T3. Last, scientific literacy and serendipity with self-realization are showing significant positive correlation.
    The study suggest using the scale to explore the potential ability and qualities of members, and base on the results to find the members who are suitable. Workers have outstanding scientific literacy ability, so we suggest students should not only learn knowledge but also contact with the working environment moderately to find innovation ability and adapt the pressure from working environment.
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