Identificación de factores que afectan las industrias individuales

Maryam Sadat Mirzadeh, Yashar Salamzadeh, Aidin Salamzadeh

Resumen


En el mundo moderno de hoy, el alto conocimiento y la tecnología se están convirtiendo rápidamente en una ventaja competitiva. Las industrias individuales son consideradas como uno de los sectores clave en la industria del país. Clasificar los factores que afectan a este tipo de industrias nos hace estar más familiarizados con su efectividad y, por tanto, tomar acciones para mejorarlos en las empresas basadas en el conocimiento. Con el fin de alcanzar este objetivo, tras revisar las investigaciones que se han realizado en el área de industrias individuales, a través del método de campo y utilizando un cuestionario aplicado por el investigador, el presente estudio investiga y clasifica los factores que afectan al establecimiento de estas industrias.

En cuanto a su finalidad, se trata de una investigación aplicada, y en términos de recogida de datos, se considera una encuesta descriptiva. Utilizando el método censal se recolectaron 60 cuestionarios. Los factores efectivos se clasificaron utilizando el software SPSS y técnica TOPSIS.

Los resultados de este estudio sugieren que los factores de contenido ocupan el primer lugar y los factores contextuales y estructurales, el segundo y tercer lugar, respectivamente. Por lo tanto, se recomienda a ejecutivos y gerentes en industrias individuales enriquecer las normas de empresa conjunta y los valores y creencias dominantes en las empresas basadas en el conocimiento, con el fin de lograr el crecimiento y el desarrollo de este tipo de industrias.


Palabras clave


Industrias únicas; Industrias basadas en el conocimiento; Política industrial; Clasificación; TOPSIS

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