¿Qué tipo de innovación desarrollar?

Cristian Geldes, Jorge Heredia

Resumen


En los últimos años, se ha observado un esfuerzo creciente por promover la innovación en las empresas con el objeto de aumentar su competitividad. Sin embargo, es necesario precisar el tipo de innovación que éstas deberían desarrollar porque sus efectos en el desempeño empresarial difieren dependiendo del sector productivo en que ésta se desarrolle. En este contexto, el objetivo de este artículo presentar distintos tipos de innovación y su relevancia en distintos sectores de la economía chilena.

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