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    Title: How do established firms improve radical innovation performance? The organizational capabilities view
    Authors: 紀慧如;Chi, Hui Ru;Yuan-Chieh Chang;Huo-Tsan Chang;Ming-Huei Chen;Li-Ling Deng
    Contributors: 經營管理學系
    Keywords: Organizational capabilities;Radical innovation;Innovation performance;Established firms
    Date: 2012-07
    Issue Date: 2012-11-26 12:47:44 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The paper examines organizational capabilities for improving performance, with respect to radical innovation (RI), in established firms. These organizational capabilities are (1) openness capability, (2) autonomy capability, (3) integration capability and (4) experimentation capability. The paper proposes four research hypotheses, to examine the relationship between four types of organizational capabilities and radical innovation performance. A dataset of 112 corporate RI-specific capabilities and innovation performance data, from the top 500 Taiwanese manufacturing firms, is collected via a postal questionnaire survey. The multiple regression results reveal a positive relationship between organizational capabilities and radical innovation performance. Finally, some managerial recommendations, to develop radical innovation capabilities, are provided.
    Relation: TECHNOVATION,32(7-8),441–451.
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