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Effects of Innovative Education on Innovation Capability and Organizational Performance in High-Tech Industry

 
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Department of Business, China University of Science and Technology, Nangang Dist., Taipei City, TAIWAN, ROC
EURASIA J. Math., Sci Tech. Ed 2018;14(3):777–784
Online publish date: 2017-11-30
Publish date: 2017-11-30
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Looking at the development of domestic industries, the industrial structure has turned from agriculture in the past to the focus on manufacturing and service industries. With constant investment in R&D and the promotion of technology, manufacturing even turns to technology-intensive high-tech industry. Excellent talents and R&D innovation capability have been the critical but difficult problems for high-tech industry. For this reason, the quality of work force and the product innovative R&D capability in high-tech industry could merely be enhanced by reinforcing innovative education. Semiconductor manufacturers with the revenue ranked top three in 2016 in Taiwan are selected as the research subjects. Total 600 copies of questionnaire are distributed to the supervisors and employees, and 469 valid copies are retrieved, with the retrieval rate 78%. The research results show significantly positive effects of 1.innovative education on innovation capability, 2.innovation capability on organizational performance and 3.innovative education on organizational performance. According to the results, suggestions are proposed in this study, expecting to assist high-tech businesses in promoting human capital and innovation capability.
 
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