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    Title: 技術者轉念:探索自動化科技應用創新的機會識別
    Technologists’ Mind-shift: Exploring Opportunity Recognition in the Innovation of Automation Technology Applications
    Authors: 劉怡均
    Liu, Yi-Chun
    Contributors: 蕭瑞麟
    Hsaio, Ruey-Lin
    Liu, Yi-Chun
    Keywords: 領域知識
    domain knowledge
    technical broker
    prior knowledge
    opportunity identification
    one resource multiple use
    Date: 2019
    Issue Date: 2019-09-05 17:30:18 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 在現今許多產業都面臨到激烈的競爭,在競爭激烈中該如何識別對的機會。既然在原有產業中面臨到激烈的競爭,那就不應該在這片紅海市場繼續發展,於是企業就會開始尋找到自己的藍海。藍海也就是尚未面臨到激烈競爭的地方,那麼原有產業就必須跨域到新的領域當中做開拓。對於新的行業做跨域創新時,並非是以強行進入的方式而是要對新的領域展開調查。在調查時也不是胡亂地探索,應該要針對新領域當中的領域知識(Domain knowledge)調查。並且開拓的同時並須謹慎小心的調查新領域中最重要的領域知識。當對領域知識做完整的瞭解,再利用先導知識去理解新的領域當中應該是哪些隱含創業信號。本研究著重分析在如果領域知識結合技術知識的過程中,當從領域知識去了解技術如何重新再應用時,會看到技術不只是單純的組合而是會看到先導知識不只會幫助創新者能夠看見機會的信號,也可能造成認知轉換,而引發技術產生仲介的組合,進而找到創新的機會。透過調查領域知識,能讓技術者從新思考創新的機會點在哪?為技術找到一源多用的同時,也幫助企業藍海發展。
    Abstract: In today's many industries, competition is very fierce. As such, how it is possible to identify the opportunities for innovation. Since there is fierce competition in the original industry, it should not continue to develop in this Red Sea market. It should start to find its own blue ocean. Blue Ocean is also a place that has not yet faced fierce competition, so the old industry must be developed across new industries. When doing cross-domain innovation in new industries, it is not forced to enter but to investigate new areas. It is not a random exploration during the investigation, and it should be investigated against the domain knowledge in the new field. And at the same time, we must carefully investigate the most important areas of knowledge in the new field. At the same time, we must carefully investigate the most important areas of knowledge in the new field. When you have a complete understanding of domain knowledge, use the lead knowledge to understand what implicit entrepreneurial signals should be in the new field. This study focuses on the analysis of how to appropriate technology from domain knowledge in the process of combining domain knowledge with technical knowledge. It will be seen that technology is not just a combination but will see that lead knowledge will not only help innovation. The ability to see the signal of opportunity is possible to induce cognitive conversion, and trigger the combination of technology to create an intermediary, and then find opportunities for innovation. By investigating domain knowledge, where can the opportunity for technology to think new about innovation? While finding a multi-purpose technology for technology, it also helps the development of blue ocean enterprises.
    Keywords: domain knowledge, technical broker, prior knowledge, opportunity identification, one resource multiple use
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    Description: 碩士
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0106364136
    Data Type: thesis
    DOI: 10.6814/NCCU201900934
    Appears in Collections:[科技管理與智慧財產研究所] 學位論文

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