Sustaining innovative capabilities of light emitting diode (led) manufacturers through dynamic entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues
This study aims to explore how dynamic entrepreneurship would contribute to an organisation's innovative capabilities. Using samples from the Malaysian Light Emitting Diode (LED) manufacturing industry, this study conducted semi-structured interviews with four local companies, involving 17 respondents holding various designations and levels. Data collected were transcribed and content analysis was conducted to group the themes and categories. The findings indicate that entreprenurial attitudes
... renurial attitudes and ethusiasm, corporate culture and empowerment, cross-functional teams, customer integration, supplier integration, communication, trust resource and knowledge sharing as some of the important domains emphasised in order for a company to reap the benefits of dynamic entrepreneurship. The findings of this study could help the local companies to understand how, as entrepreneurs, they could move forward from small scale to contract manufacturers by addressing the innovation capabilities through dynamic entrepreneurship. This is important, as failure to satisfy these requirements, may lead to them being excluded from the global supply chain.