عنوان انگلیسی مقاله:
Improving high-tech enterprise innovation in big data environment: A combinative view of internal and external governance
ترجمه فارسی عنوان مقاله:
بهبود نوآوری شرکتهای پیشرفته در محیط داده های بزرگ: نمای ترکیبی از حاکمیت داخلی و خارجی
Sciencedirect - Elsevier - International Journal of Information Management, 50 (2020) 575-585: doi:10:1016/j:ijinfomgt:2018:11:009
Runhui Lina,b, Zaiyang Xiea,b,⁎, Yunhong Haoc, Jie Wangc
The emergence of big data brings both opportunities and challenges to high-tech enterprises. How to keep
competitive advantages and improve innovation performance is important for enterprises in big data environment.
Except from organizational learning ability and the use of advanced technology, the corporate governance
also plays an important role in the process of enterprise’s innovation practice. This article creatively combines
with the insights of internal and external governance, and explores how the managerial power and network
centrality affects enterprise’s innovation performance in big data environment. Considering about the differences
among distinct regional big data environment (strong/weak), this paper also takes classification research on it.
The research findings show that managerial power has a significant positive impact on innovation performance,
managerial power could enhance enterprise’s centrality in network, and the enterprise which located in network
central position has more advantages in obtaining resources and significantly improves firm’s innovation performance.
Network centrality plays a mediating role on managerial power and innovation performance. Further
research finds that the positive effects of managerial power and network centrality are more significantly in the
strong big data environment. These findings enrich the research of high-tech enterprise innovation from a
combinative governance view, and contribute to the literatures on enterprise innovation in big data environment
Keywords: Big data environment | High-tech enterprises | Innovation performance | Managerial power | Network centrality