Document Type : Research Paper

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1 Ph.D. student of entrepreneurship, technology major, Islamic Azad University, Qazvin branch

2 Assistant Professor, Department of Management, Qazvin Branch, Islamic Azad University

3 Assistant Professor, Department of Industrial Management, Islamic Azad University, Qazvin branch

10.22034/jtd.2023.704491

Abstract

This research has been carried out with the aim of measuring the indicators of readiness levels for the development of new products in organizational entrepreneurship in Iran's nanotechnology industry. This research is applied and done with the help of quantitative method and using survey and correlation method. The necessary information was collected using a questionnaire from 384 statistical samples from the community of theoretical and experimental experts in the field of new product development. The measurement tool has been adapted and used by experts and their views. In order to analyze the evidence, multivariate analyzes such as exploratory factor analysis, first-order and second-order confirmatory factor analysis and comparison of the mean of a group were used. Various indicators have supported the reliability and validity of the components identified in the supporting research and the fit indicators of the capability of the measurement part and the structural part of the model. In the analysis of data from MaxQDA statistical software, S. P. S. S and Imus were used and the results were decided and analyzed based on the rule of statistical software. This part of the research has been analyzed with descriptive and inferential indicators. Based on the results of the exploratory analysis, 15 components have been identified and supported by confirmatory factor analysis, and based on the second-order factor analysis, the components and dimensions of the speed of internationalization of new product development in organizational entrepreneurship in Iran's nanotechnology industry have been identified. The components of the culture of entrepreneurship and innovation, scientific institutions and networks and the ability of networking and communication forming the behavioral dimension, the components of entrepreneurial skills, the face and position of new product development, the teaching and learning process and the structural capabilities forming the contextual dimension, the components of the speed of internationalization In the development of new products in organizational entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial leadership, international commercialization process forming the functional dimension and components of laws and regulations, support structure, research system, international strategic orientation and entrepreneurial perspective and educational system forming the structural dimension of the new product development model in entrepreneurship organizations in Iran's nanotechnology industry, and finally, based on the extracted dimensions and components, new product development indicators are presented in organizational entrepreneurship in Iran's nanotechnology industry.

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