Pengaruh Pengelompokan Industri Terhadap Kemampuan Inovasi Pada Industri Komponen Mesin

  • Untung Setiyo Purwanto
Keywords: industrial clustering, innovation capability, component industry

Abstract

Manufacturing industry has an important role in the process of industrialization and national economy development. However, manufacturing industry is still facing difficulties to compete in the market due to their lower operational performance and innovation capability. One factor widely proposed as a driving force in developing innovation capability is industrial clustering. This study aims to investigate the effect of industrial clustering on innovation capability in machine component industry. To achieve this goal, this study has conducted a survey involving 67 companies located in Jababeka Industrial Estate. This research is important, given the existing literature is often examined separately the impact of industrial clustering on innovation capability. The results showed that industrial clustering can be represented by four valid dimensions: the local network, the presence of related industries, government support, and local advantages. Meanwhile, four dimensions are also valid to represent innovation capability; product innovation, process innovation, organizational, innovation and marketing innovation capabilities. The results indicate that industrial clustering and innovation capability is positively and significantly correlated

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Published
2021-07-13
How to Cite
PurwantoU. S. (2021). Pengaruh Pengelompokan Industri Terhadap Kemampuan Inovasi Pada Industri Komponen Mesin. Jurnal Ilmiah Teknologi Industri, 1(2). Retrieved from https://ojs.uid.ac.id/index.php/jti/article/view/270