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International Review
2020, br. 1-2, str. 119-127
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: istraživanja
objavljeno: 13/09/2020
doi: 10.5937/intrev2001119K
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Determining the dimensions of the innovation ability in logistics sector by using plithogenic-critic method: An application in Sakarya Province
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aGiresun University, Bulancak Kadir Karabaç Applied Sciences School, Department of International Logistics and Transportation, Turkey
bPiri Reis University, Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Department of Management Information Systems, Turkey
cAnadolu University, Faculty of Management, Department of Business Administration, Turkey
dUniverzitet u Istočnom Sarajevu, Saobraćajni fakultet, Doboj, Republika Srpska, BiH

e-adresa: selcuk.korucuk@giresun.edu.tr, edemir@pirireis.edu.tr, ckaramasa@anadolu.edu.tr, zeljkostevic88@yahoo.com

Sažetak

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Today's changing and developing level of competition and power, continuous learning, knowledge and technology management, transformation in the production process, market-oriented-based innovation and knowledge as communication applications, companies are routed to make more resources and research about the ability of innovation. The innovation factor has enabled new processes, products, ideas to adapt successfully for the production and market structure, and correspondingly implementation of them. In this point of view, innovation ability is the integration of new information resulting in product and process innovation by activating the power that a company provides to its employees. This ability has referred to the information between internal knowledge and external market demands. Accordingly, the factors affecting the innovation capability dimensions have a vital importance for companies. The fact that there exist limited number of studies on the weighting of the factors affecting the dimensions of innovation ability in the comprehensive literature review, is another factor increasing the importance of the subject. In this study, the innovation ability dimensions have been weighted in corporate logistics companies in Sakarya. Plithogenic set based CRITIC method, which is one of the multi criteria decision making techniques, has been used. The most important factor in the study was determined to be ability of accessing information resources.

Ključne reči

innovation; innovation ability; dimesions of innovation ability; plithogenic sets; CRITIC

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