Enterprise Culture and Technological Innovation Capability From the Perspective of Resources

Dezhi QIN, Desen ZHAO, Lan YAO


Enhancing the technological innovation capability is important for the enterprises to get core competencies. In view of the resources is important for the enterprises’ technological innovation capability, this paper builds a model of enterprise culture-enterprise resources-technological innovation capability based on the perspective of resources. It analyzes the mechanism of enhancing the technological innovation capability with enterprise culture, including the way of accumulating basic resource, shaping innovational resource and promoting technological innovational ability, and put forward the way to enhance the technical innovation ability with enterprise culture.


Enterprise resource; Enterprise culture; Technological innovation capability

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.ccc.1923670020130906.Z014


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