Construction of index weight for organizational innovation in Taiwanese high-tech enterprises.


Chun-Chu Liu*, Li-Min Chuang, Chien-Min Huang, Wen-Chia Tsai

The objective of this research is to construct Taiwan’s high-tech industries organizational innovation evaluation index weight, in order to evaluate Taiwan’s current level of ability in this area, and to be a guideline for business. In addition, an organizational innovation model was also constructed to act as a foundation for innovation theory. The research methods being employed included literature review, in-depth interview and small group technique, which were used as a first step in constructing an organizational innovation measurement model. Before constructing the organizational innovation measurement model for the present study, a weighted measurement index was created through integrating the subjective and objective weight restriction to create. After finishing the construct of organizational innovation model, the empirical studies conclude that the most important dimension to measure organizational innovation including: product innovation, process innovation and organizational structure and climate innovation.

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