The Influence of Human Capital on the Enterprise Independent Innovation Ability
The ability of independent innovation is the fundamental driving force to improve the enterprise actual competitiveness and promote the comprehensive development of enterprises. Human capital is the source of innovation and knowledge has become the most fundamental construction of enterprise independent innovation ability. This article analyzed the human capital mechanism of enterprise independent innovation ability from the perspective of knowledge transformation. We tested the hypothesis through empirical research and then drew a conclusion that human capital has the positive effect on enterprise independent innovation.
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