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THEORY AND RESULTS – USER-DRIVEN INNOVATION

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Проблема исследования, обсуждаемая в статье, – инновационный процесс, называемый инновации, управляемые пользователем (User-Driven Innovation (UDI). Цель исследования – определить, является ли система ИУП более эффективной при внедрении инноваций, чем линейная. Анализируются различные подходы ведущих ученых к пониманию сущности инноваций и теории возникновения инновации.
Сформулирована следующая гипотеза: компании, внедряющие системы ИУП, представляют более высокий уровень инновационности, чем компании, внедряющие линейный процесс. Использовались следующие методы: анкетирование, стандартизированное интервью и метод ранжирования. Гипотеза была проверена. Исследование показало относительно небольшую роль правления по отношению к заказчикам в инновационных процессах на обследованных предприятиях.

Об авторах

R. Bespayeva
Karaganda Economic University Kazpotrebsoyuz
Казахстан


R. Bugubayeva
Karaganda Economic University Kazpotrebsoyuz
Казахстан


B. Begezhanov
Karaganda Medical University
Казахстан


G. Shinet
Miras university
Казахстан


N. Kuttybaeva
Karaganda Economic University Kazpotrebsoyuz
Казахстан


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Для цитирования:


Bespayeva R., Bugubayeva R., Begezhanov B., Shinet G., Kuttybaeva N. THEORY AND RESULTS – USER-DRIVEN INNOVATION. Central Asian Economic Review. 2019;(3):113-121.

For citation:


Bespayeva R., Bugubayeva R., Begezhanov B., Shinet G., Kuttybaeva N. THEORY AND RESULTS – USER-DRIVEN INNOVATION. Central Asian Economic Review. 2019;(3):113-121.

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