TIC, innovation et effets perçus dans les entreprises luxembourgeoises
[ICT, Innovation and perceived effects in Luxembourgish firms]
This study has two main contributions summarized as follows: 1. Impact of ICT on the capacities of innovation: The most intensive firms in ICT are also those that tend more frequently to innovate and to combine several innovations types - i.e. they are also “intensive innovator”. However, this assertion must be moderate when the type of combination of innovation is taken into account and either only the number. 2. Innovation impact on firms’ performance: In first seen, effects of the innovation depend on the intensity of innovation activities measured as number of innovations of various types implemented during the last period. In the second approach, detailed analysis of the particular combinations of innovation deployed show different performance. Moreover, all combinations of innovation do not produce positive effects and, according to the desired effects, some combinations appear more effective. More precisely, the expected impacts of each type of innovation are more frequently reached when the innovation combined at least organizational change with others.
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