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A Study on the Effect of Innovation Performance Through Business Innovation Activities and Techniques for the Small & Medium Size Company
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A Study on the Effect of Innovation Performance Through Business Innovation Activities and Techniques for the Small & Medium Size Company
Moon, Hee Young; Chang, Seog Ju;
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 Abstract
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of the innovation performance through business innovation activities by small and medium size company as well as to test the moderating effects on the innovation techniques'understanding and conformance. Methods: The data for the empirical analysis was collected from 132 companies mainly located in Jeolla and Gyeonggi Province. Cronbach's alpha factor analysis, multiple regression analysis and hierarchical multiple regression were used for statistical methods. Results: The Statistical analysis results show that innovation performance through business innovation techniques and activities was effected by CEO leadership, company capability and training for employees. Conclusion: Through this study we tried to give some suggestions for improving innovation performance through business innovation activities for the small and medium size company.
 Keywords
Business Innovation Activity;Innovation Techniques;Innovation Performance;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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