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Conjectures In order to unfold the research question, assumptions and hypotheses were formulated from the literature review, leading to the constitutive and operational definition of variables and constructs related to the theoretical clipping on Knowledge Management, Intellectual Capital, Intangible Assets, Value Creation and Innovation Management. The process of innovation based on the different knowledge and skills held in each UP is the result of the combination of resources under the management of these organizations — assets — with the predominance of those of an intangible nature.
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The expected results for testing H 0,1 are i Refutation of H 0,1a , up to H 0,1n — indicating the existence of a positive and significant correlation among the constructs or dimensions that express the Intellectual Capital; and ii Refutation of H 0,1g , H 0,1h , indicating the existence of a positive and significant correlation between Intellectual Capital, Value Creation and Innovation Management.
So, we formulated Assumption 2 — [A2] Perceptions about value creation and management derive and depict components intrinsic to each organization, but from a population viewpoint it is possible to use the theoretical framework of Intellectual Capital Management and Intangible Assets to establish — empirically — differences and, consequently, taxonomies of the UP — and respective Hypothesis 2 — [H0,2] There are no differentiated hierarchical clusters of UP based on the dimensions Human Capital, Structural Capital, Relationship Capital and Financial Capital.
The expected results is the refutation of H 0,2 — pointing out the existence of at least three hierarchical clusters capable of classifying the UP according to the dimensions of value creation, with statistical significance. Methodological procedures This study discusses, from a functionalist and descriptive approach Vergara, , the perception about the presence of Intellectual Capital and the interaction dynamics of these drivers for the transformation and creation of value in UP.
The research adopts the quantitative approach to identify: i the extension of the perception of Intellectual Capital by the directors and managers of the UP; ii the recognition of the intangible assets inserted in the UP and their form of conversion for the creation of value; and iii if it occurs, what is the perception regarding the management of the innovations developed by the UP. The bibliographic study addresses the theoretical reference about Intellectual Capital, Intangible Assets and Knowledge Management, addressing the field research, data collection of the questionnaires made available via e-mail to the administrators commissioned at the Research Units of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation MCTI.
The sample used is non-probabilistic and chosen for accessibility; thus, and due to the response rate, we did not use statistical procedures to select subjects. Constitutive and operational definition of variables and constructs. Source : own elaboration..
Table 2. Reliability of constructs. Table 3. Pearson's correlation intensity. Source : Filho and Silva Table 4. Interaction among the researched constructs. Table 5. Tests of multivariate and univariate analysis of variance. Table 6. Statistics and mean differences in clusters. Mann—Whitney U test. Wilcoxon-signed ranks. Table 7. Hierarchy of value drivers. Appendix 1. Selected studies on Intangibles and Intellectual Capital in organizations and research activities in Brazil.
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