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Factors of successful innovation in services
Marko Ropret, Peter Fatur, Karmen Rodman, Borut Likar, 2011, original scientific article

Abstract: The objective of the research was to identify innovation factors influencing the performance of service companies. The study encompassed 87 Slovenian companies. The statistical analysis was performed in three phases. The first phase encompassed a principal component analysis, during which five potentially influential input and two output innovation factors were extracted. The second phase consisted of descriptive statistics, thus providing insights into the state of innovativeness in the service sector. Regression analysis followed in the final phase. The results of regression analysis identified the factor of innovation and market policy and the factor comparison with competition as influential on the average total benefit of the company from innovations. Interestingyz, both factors reveal an innovation 'follower' pattern in services, thus indicating that stronger company's own incentives may be required for a breakthrough innovation.
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Summary of found: ...The objective of the research was to identify innovation factors influencing the... ...service innovation, services, service management, research and development, analysis, Slovenia, principal component analysis, PCA, innovation...
Keywords: service innovation, services, service management, research and development, analysis, Slovenia, principal component analysis, PCA, innovation policy, market policy, breakthrough innovation
Published: 15.10.2013; Views: 2177; Downloads: 45
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Research and development spending and export performance by the technological intensity of the products
Imre Fertő, Štefan Bojnec, 2014, original scientific article

Abstract: This article examines the effects of research and development (R&D) spend-ing on merchandise export by low, medium-low, medium-high, and high technological intensity of the products between OECD countries by panel data econometric approaches using a gravity model. R&D spending is positively associated with merchandise exports, particularly for high technological intensity products in exporting countries. R&D spending can contribute to offsets the effect of distance on merchandise export, except for low technological intensity products. R&D spending fostered catching-up in merchandise export from developing to developed OECD countries in each technological intensity of the products, particularly for high and medium low technological intensity of the products and served in successful import penetration in medium-high and medium-low technological intensity of the products. R&D spending can play important role in strategies of export-oriented industrialization by a shift of merchandise exports towards higher technological intensity of the products and in successful import penetration.
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Keywords: merchandise exports, technological intensity, research and development spending, OECD countries, panel data analysis
Published: 14.10.2015; Views: 1038; Downloads: 10
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Training on sustainable use of water in the processing industry
Melita Moretti, Mirko Markič, 2015, original scientific article

Abstract: Namen prispevka je predstaviti izide iz raziskave o vplivih dejavnikov usposabljanja o trajnostni rabi vode (o podpori usposabljanju, ki jo kažejo nadrejeni in sodelavci, spodbudah za uporabo znanj in veščin, pridobljenih med usposabljanjem) in vplivu usposabljanja na tehnično in delovno učinkovitost zaposlenih. Empirično raziskavo smo opravili na vzorcu 328 srednje velikih in velikih podjetij v slovenski predelovalni dejavnosti. Ugotovili smo, da podpora usposabljanju, ki jo kažejo nadrejeni in sodelavci, ter spodbude za uporabo znanj in veščin, pridobljenih med usposabljanjem, statistično značilno in pozitivno vplivajo na uposabljanje o trajnostni rabi vode, uposabljanje o trajnostni rabi vode pa statistično značilno in pozitivno vpliva na tehnično učinkovitost. Izidi iz raziskave prinašajo nova teoretična spoznanja in praktične usmeritve za vse, ki se ukvarjajo z menedžementom trajnostnega razvoja z vidika ohranjanja naravnih virov.
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Summary of found: ...Management, water, processing industry, research, sustainable development, training, ...
Keywords: Management, water, processing industry, research, sustainable development, training
Published: 24.01.2018; Views: 625; Downloads: 38
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