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標題: The Effect of Relationship Capital on Knowledge Integration Capability and Organizational Innovation Performances- Absorptive Capability as a Moderator
作者: 凃貞如
Tu, Chen-Ju
關鍵字: 關係資本;Relationship Capital;知識整合能力;組織創新績效;吸收能力;Knowledge Integration Capacity;Organizational Innovation Capacity;Absorptive Capacity
出版社: 企業管理學系所
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SMEs have been the majority in most Taiwan industries.It is thought that SMEs usually can not afford high risks and costs of R&D projects and tended to join research alliances with government research units or any possible solutions to reduce the total risks and costs. However, a firm's critical resources may extend beyond firm boundaries and may be embedded in interfirm collaboration. R&D consortium which in the competitive era has become an important source for organizational innovation which is not only to reduces costs and risks but also a strategic and effective means to acquire complementary assets, create knowledge and transfer technology for SME in Taiwan.
The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of relationship capital on knowledge integration capability, and examine the relation between organizational innovation performances and knowledge integration. Also, this study incorporates absorptive capability as one moderator variables to strengthen the process of the organizational innovation performances.
The research framework was empirically tested using a survey instrument given to 107 questionnaire responses from participants in ITRI-sponsored R&D consortia. Then we confirm the research hypothesis with descriptive statistical, Pearson correlation analysis, factor analysis, hierarchical regression analysis, and structural equation modeling.
The results show that relationship capital is positively related to knowledge integration capacity. Knowledge integration capacity positively affects the organizational innovation performances. The relationship between relationship capital and knowledge integration capability can be significantly and positively moderated by absorptive capability. Eventually, we discuss the theoretical and practical implications of our findings, along with limitations and directions for future research.

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