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|Title: ||Entrepreneurship of professional managers in high-tech firms to enhance service innovation: Case study of Hsinchu Science Park and Silicon Valley Park|
|Authors: ||陳坤成;Chen, James K.C.;Purevdulam, A;Altantsetseg, Purevdulam|
|Issue Date: ||2018-04-03 09:46:14 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract: ||International Business Machines (IBM) points out that
academics and industries pay a higher attention on "Service Science"
since 1985. With the rotation of the wheel of a service era, many
companies has driven from production to service-orientation, and focus
on manufacturing services field. In the past, high-tech companies with
leading technologies and unique products were ahead of other companies,
but nowadays, this pattern is changed due to the changing market
environment, consumption and other factors. In order to attract
customers and to continue a leading position at the market, companies
require to have service innovation infrastructure. This study focuses on
enhancement of service innovation goal by professional managers’
entrepreneurship for high-tech companies in Hsinchu Science Park and
Silicon Valley areas.
Initially, in accordance with the purpose of the study, relevant
literatures integrated from domestic and international journals to
develop the draft questionnaire. Then, a survey was conducted at
Hsinchu Science Park and Silicon Valley by the participation of 12
experts to finalize the content of the questionnaire. Third, the pilot
questionnaire survey sent out to 250 participants (200 in Hsinchu Science
Park and 50 in Silicon Valley) through e-mail and internet platform.
Finally, the statistical software is used analyze multivariate regression.
Findings state that the personality (PersA) of Entrepreneurial
Orientation to Service Innovation (InnV) no significant correlation. The
personality (PersB) to InnV have significant correlation. When PersA
integrated environment (Env) to InnV generated significant positive
correlation; PersB integrated Env to InnV got strong positive correlation.
Consequently, environment factor hold on intermediary efficient results.
PersA integrated Organizational Factor (OrgV) have significant
correlation but only increase a little coefficient value. PersB integrated
OrgV have significant correlation but decrease the coefficient value.
Consequently, this study demonstrates that OrgV doesn’t have an
intermediary efficient result.
The result of the analysis is useful for decision – makings of top
managers, when they adopt service innovation in these two Science Park.
Moreover, results provide theoretical contribution for academicians for
their future academic reports.
|Relation: ||PICMET: Portland International Center for Management of Engineering and Technology, Proceedings|
|Appears in Collections:||[經營管理學系 ] 期刊論文|
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