AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON THE CONSTRUCTION OF A MODEL FOR MEASURING ORGANISATIONAL INNOVATION IN TAIWANESE HIGH-TECH ENTERPRISES
The objective of this research was to construct organisational innovation dimensions and the associated evaluation index for Taiwan's high-tech industries, in order to evaluate Taiwan's current level of ability in this area, and provide a guideline for businesses. In addition, an organisational innovation model was also constructed to serve as a basis for innovation theory. The research methods employed included a literature review, in-depth interviews and small group techniques, which were used as a first step towards constructing an organisational innovation measurement model. Before constructing the organisational innovation measurement model for the present study, a weighted measurement index was created by means of an analytic hierarchy process, multivariate analysis of variance and factor analysis, in order to confirm the index and the organisational innovation cause and effect relationship. After the organisational innovation model was constructed, the empirical study concluded that the most important dimensions for measuring organisational innovation included product innovation, process innovation and organisational structure and climate innovation.
High-tech enterprises, innovation, organisational innovation, measurement index, analytic hierarchy process
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