Factores de la innovación en las empresas

Gerardo Gabriel Alfaro Calderón, Víctor Gerardo Alfaro García, Rodrigo Gómez Monge

Resumen


En la presente investigación identificamos en qué medida las variables: Estrategia de Innovación, Gestión del Conocimiento, Gestión de Proyectos, Gestión de Portafolio, Estructura y Organización, explican la innovación de las firmas que integran la industria manufacturera de alimentos bebidas y tabaco del sector manufacturero de la ciudad de Morelia Michoacán México, lo anterior tomando como principal referencia de medición, la propuesta desarrollada por Adams et al. (2006), mediante una prueba empírica de corte transversal y apoyándonos en métodos econométricos hemos logrado obtener dos modelos de regresión que explican la innovación en base a las variables enunciadas.

Palabras clave


Innovación; PyMES; Industria manufacturera

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