اجرای نوآوری باز برای حفظ شرکت های کوچک و متوسط اندونزی
|کد مقاله||سال انتشار||تعداد صفحات مقاله انگلیسی||ترجمه فارسی|
|18717||2012||11 صفحه PDF||سفارش دهید|
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Publisher : Elsevier - Science Direct (الزویر - ساینس دایرکت)
Journal : Procedia Economics and Finance, Volume 4, 2012, Pages 223–233
Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) in Indonesia plays an important role in social and economic growth, due to great number of industry, GDP contribution, and total employment. SMEs’ characteristic more agile and adaptable that capable to survive and raise their performance during economical crisis than larger firm. But the increasing of business competition, in particular against large and modern competitor, put SMEs in a vulnerable position. The development of sustainable SMEs becomes important step to strengthen and sustain Indonesian economy. According to previous studies, factors affecting success among Indonesian SMEs are marketing, technology, capital access and human resources quality. Unfortunately, all of these factors still becoming problem in Indonesian SMEs. Open innovation is a proposed methodology to overcome Indonesian SMEs’ problem, because several Indonesian SMEs’ characteristics match with open innovation implementation. The innovation value chain framework is used to explain how open innovation could help to succeed and sustain Indonesian SMEs.
It has been already known that Small and Medium scale Enterprises (SMEs) in Indonesia play an important role on social and economic growth. According to the statistics (BPS & KUKM, 2004), 43.22 millions small and medium enterprises accounted 99.985% of the total number of enter prises in Indonesia in 2006. Their output contributed 53.28% of GDP in 2006, and, with over 85.42 million workers, SMEs account for 96.18% of the total employment in Indonesia at that year (Pa dmadinata, 2007). Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) including micro-enterprises form the backbone of the economy in ASEAN Member countries (SEOM, 2004).The role of SMEs become more important, because according to research by AKATIGA, the Center for Micro and Small Enterprise Dynamic (CEMSED), and the Center for Economic and Social Studies (CESS) 2000,SMEs have unique ability to survive and raise performance during economical crisis, because of their flexibility in adapting production process, ability of develop with their own capital, ability to pay high interest loan and only a little get involve with bureaucracy. With this vital position in the economy, the development of SMEs would contribute to economic and social development through economic diversification and accelerated structural changes that promote stable and sustainable long-term economic growth (Padmadinata, 2007).SMEs have unique characteristics if compare with large company. These unique characteristics build several SMEs condition that must be considered carefully when developing them. Characteristic of small medium enterprises (Chesbrough, 2010):Size. Their smaller size makes smaller markets attractive to SMEs while these markets would not be attractive for larger firms.Focus. Their focus lets them execute very effectively against larger, diversified firms with more diffuse objectives.Business specialization. SMEs can specialize their bu siness more deeply in narrow fields.Entrepreneurial persons. SMEs attract more entrepreneurial R&D employees.Speed. Smaller firms take decisions faster and implement them more rapidly.Increasing business competition, in particular against large and modern competitors, put SMEs in a vulnerable position. In Indonesia, most SMEs operate along traditional lines in production and marketing (Indarti & Langenber, 2004). They also have several challenges such as lack of knowledge, lack of qualified human resource as well as quantity, non conducive atmosphere, lack of facility, limitation of market and information access, and bureaucracy. Considering th e limitation of SMEs, especially in knowledge and resources, open innovation model will be the suitable methodology for SMEs to grow. Open innovation assumes that firms can and should use external ideas as well as internal ideas, and also internal and external paths to market (Chesbrough, 2003). This paper try to propose a strategy that can help SMEs implementing open innovation, to raise their competitiveness and sustainability, and in turn can raise national economy.
نتیجه گیری انگلیسی
Open innovation has already applied to foster foreign SMEs developing. In Indonesia, open innovation would encourage the developing of SME business center into an advanced cluster. Indonesian SMEs need to implement both of technology exploration and technology exploitation form of open innovation. The role of government, universities, non profit research centers and business development service are needed to help Indonesian SMEs to implement open innovation. Open innovation will generate sustainability and create SMEs competitive advantage.