Knowledge and Innovation Culture as Determinants of Financial Performance in New Product Development
This paper investigates the relationship of a quantified knowledge measure with innovation cultural factors and new product performance. Regression results show that their relationships are significant statistically.
||Knowledge, Innovation, Culture, New Product Development, Performance
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 3, pp.95-108.
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Paul Shum is a PhD student in the Centre for Advanced Manufacturing Research at the University of South Australia. He has many years of industrial, teaching, and research experience in Australia and Hong Kong. He has completed an MBA and other degrees/diplomas in engineering management, accounting/economics, and IT. He is a Fellow CPA of the CPA Australia.
Grier C. I. Lin is the Professor of Manufacturing Technology and Management, and the Director of the Centre for Advanced Manufacturing Research at the University of South Australia. He has many years of industrial, teaching, and research experience in Australia, the United States, Singapore, Malaysia, Jordan, China, and Taiwan. He has published six books and over two hundred papers and has received prizes and outstanding awards for his research and publications. He is a Fellow of the International CIM Society, and a Fellow of the Institution of Engineers, Australia. He is the founder of the prestigious International Manufacturing Leaders Forum. In addition, he is the Co-Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Robotics and Computer Integrated Manufacturing, an editor and a member of editorial board of several international journals.
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