Request PDF on ResearchGate | The Relationship between Innovation and Business Performance—A Comparative Study between Manufacturing and Service Firms | This paper explores the relationship between innovation performance (in terms of product and process) and business performance (sales growth, market share and profitability) and compares this relationship between manufacturing and …
First, there was no significant difference between manufacturing and service firms in both product and process innovation performance. The second finding, however, indicated a stronger correlation existed for manufacturing firms than for service firms between innovation and business performance, particularly in relation to process innovation.
Prajogo, Daniel 2004, The relationship between innovation and business performance – a comparative study between manufacturing and service firms in Australia, in CINet 2004 : Proceedings of the 5th International CINet Conference : Continuous Innovation : Strategic Priorities for the Global Knowledge Economy, Causal Productions [for] InCITe, Adelaide, S.Aust., pp. 901-911.
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Based on this assumption, this article examines academic research of administration in order to study the relationship between service innovation and performance. To accomplish this, we analyzed 61 articles published in administration journals with impact factors greater than or equal to 0.8.
2.1 A Classification of Relationship between Innovation Capabilities and Business, Financial and Marketing Performances A total of 28 empirical studies are analyzed in this study. Of these 19 of them used survey methods. Other research uses questionnaire to address the aspect of innovation capabilities.