Desempenho da Inovação de Produto: Teste de uma Escala para Aplicação em PME's

Nilvane Boehm Manthey, Miguel Angel Verdinelli, Carlos Ricardo Rossetto, Carlos Eduardo Carvalho

Abstract


A crescente pesquisa em gestão da inovação incita a necessidade de medir o desempenho proporcionado pelas variadas ações de inovação. No entanto a medição de desempenho da inovação, especialmente da inovação de produto, encontra-se ainda dispersa em uma variedade de modos, seja quanto as suas entradas e saídas e/ou ainda quanto a utilizar-se dados objetivos e subjetivos. A replicação de métodos tradicionais de mensuração do desempenho da inovação de produto que não consideram os diversos resultados da inovação de produtos para a organização, agrava a questão de medida do desempenho da inovação de produto. Neste sentido, o presente estudo visa avaliar a validade e confiabilidade de uma escala multidimensional proposta por Hanachi (2015) que considera medidas de percepção, bem como o desempenho da inovação de produto como um output, para aplicação em Pequenas e Médias Empresas (PME) do setor industrial. A pesquisa é de caráter descritivo, de tipo survey e com corte transversal. A aplicação da escala de desempenho da inovação do produto foi realizada com 94 gestores de pequenas e médias indústrias do setor têxtil. Para a realização da análise empregou-se os softwares Statistica® e SPSS 2.0 onde se realizaram os testes de unidimensionalidade e confiabilidade dos constructos e posterior aplicação da análise fatorial. O resultado aponta à pertinência e aplicabilidade da escala proposta e disponibiliza uma escala válida para novos estudos que buscarem relacionar desempenho da inovação de produto com outros construtos apresentados na literatura.

 


Keywords


Desempenho da Inovação de Produto; Escala de Mensuração; Setor Industrial; Pequenas e Médias Empresas.

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