Key factors of enterprise innovation activity

Pichugina Maryna Anatoliivna
PhD in Economics, Associate Professor of the Department of Management,
National Technical University of Ukraine «Kyiv Polytechnic Institute», Ukraine

  • The article deals with the studies of factors and conditions that define enterprise innovative activity. It is distinguished factors that influence the orientation on innovation of a company and factors that influence the innovation ability. It is noted an interdependence between innovative ability, orientation and activity. The article is also dedicated to analyses of influence specific industry characteristics and inner view of enterprise. It is discussed the influence of such factors as knowledge base, the organizational learning mechanisms, an external openness and the structure of innovative connections on the company opportunities to innovate. It is tried to focus on the impact of the environment on enterprise capabilities.
  • innovation activity, ability to innovate, orientation on innovation of a company.
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