1.吳青松. (1992). 台灣資訊電子產業成功關鍵因素--公司能力與聯盟策略之實證研究. 1992 產業科技研究發展管理研討會論文集, , 1-13.
2.吳思華. (1996). 策略九說: 策略思考的本質. 台北: 麥田.
3.林晉寬. (1995). 從資源基礎理論探討資源特性與成長策略之關係. 國立政治大學企業管理研究所博士論文
4.經濟部 統計處. (2008). 中華民國臺閩地區各行業工廠名錄. 台灣：台北: 經濟部統計處.
5.經濟部工業局. (2008). 中華民國96年工業發展年鑑. 台灣：台北: 經濟部工業局.
6.賴士葆. (1987). 企業技術特性與新產品發展績效相關之研究. 管理評論, 6, 102-114.
1.Abecassis-Moedas, C., & Mahmoud-Jouini, S. (2008). Absorptive capacity and source-recipient complementarity in designing new products: An empirically derived framework. The Journal of Product Innovation Management, 25(5), 473-490.
2.Ambos, B., & Schlegelmilch, B. B. (2007). Innovation and control in the multinational firm: A comparison of political and contingency approaches. Strategic Management Journal, 28(5), 473-486.
3.Amit, R., & Schoemaker, P. J. H. (1993). Strategic assets and organizational rent. Strategic Management Journal, 14(1), 33-46.
4.Appleyard, M. M. (1996). How does knowledge flow? interfirm patterns in the semiconductor industry. Strategic Management Journal, 17, 137-154.
5.Atuahene-Gima, K. (1992). Inward technology licensing as an alternative to internal R & D in new product development: A conceptual framework. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 9(2), 156-167.
6.Autry, C. W., Griffis, S. E., Goldsby, T. J., & Bobbitt, L. M. (2005). Warehouse management systems: Resource commitment, capabilities, and organizational performance. Journal of Business Logistics, 26(2), 165-183.
7.Ayers, D., Dahlstrom, R., & Skinner, S. J. (1997). An exploratory investigation of organizational antecedents to new product success. JMR, Journal of Marketing Research, 34(1), 107-116.
8.Baker, W. E., & Sinkula, J. M. (2007). Does market orientation facilitate balanced innovation programs? An organizational learning perspective. The Journal of Product Innovation Management, 24(4), 316-334.
9.Barnett, W. P., & Pontikes, E. G. (2008). The red queen, success bias, and organizational inertia. Management Science, 54(7), 1237-1251.
10.Barney, J. (1991). Firm resources and sustained competitive advantage. Journal of Management, 17(1), 99-120.
11.Becker, G. S. (1964). Human capital. New York: Columbia.
12.Bharadwaj, A. S. (2000). A resource-based perspective on information technology capability and firm performance: An empirical investigation. MIS Quarterly, 24(1), 169-196.
13.Booz, A., & Hamilton, I. (1982). New products management for the 1980s. New York: Booz Allen & Hamilton.
14.Bresman, H., Birkinshaw, J., & Nobel, R. (1999). Knowledge transfer in international acquisitions. Journal of International Business Studies, 30(3), 439-441.
15.Brinberg, D., & Wood, R. (1983). A resource exchange theory analysis of consumer behavior. Journal of Consumer Research, 10(3), 330-338.
16.Brynjolfsson, E., & Hitt, L. (1996). Paradox lost? firm-level evidence on the returns to information systems spending. Management Science, 42(4), 541-558.
17.Cannon, J. P., & Perreault Jr, W. D. (1999). Buyer-seller relationships in business markets. Journal of Marketing Research, 36(4), 439-460.
18.Chen, D., & Li, D. (2008). Resource commitment, organizational control, and alliance performance in emerging and developed economies. Journal of Global Business Issues, 2(2), 125-133.
19.Chen, Y. S., Lin, M. J., & Chang, C. H. (2009). The positive effects of relationship learning and absorptive capacity on innovation performance and competitive advantage in industrial markets. Industrial Marketing Management, 38(2), 152-158.
20.Christensen, C. M., Suarez, F. F., & Utterback, J. M. (1998). Strategies for survival in fast-changing industries. Management Science, 44(12), 207-220.
21.Cockburn, I. M., & Henderson, R. M. (1998). Absorptive capacity, coauthoring behavior, and the organization of research in drug discovery. The Journal of Industrial Economics, 46(2), 157-182.
22.Cohen, W. M., & Levinthal, D. A. (1990). Absorptive capacity: A new perspective on learning and innovation. Administrative Science Quarterly, 35(1), 128-152.
23.Cool, K. O., & Schendel, D. (1987). Strategic group formation and performance: The case of the U.S. pharmaceutical industry, 1963-1982. Management Science, 33(9), 1102-1124.
24.Cooper, R. G. (1984). How new product strategies impact on performance. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 1(1), 5-18.
25.Cooper, R. G. (1994). Third-generation new product processes. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 11(1), 3-14.
26.Cooper, R. G., & Kleinschmidt, E. J. (1993). Uncovering the keys to new product success. Engineering Management Review, 11(4), 5-18.
27.Cooper, R. G., & Kleinschmidt, E. J. (1995). Benchmarking the firm's critical success factors in new product development. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 12(5), 374-391.
28.Cooper, R. G., & Kleinschmidt, E. J. (1996). Winning businesses in product development: The critical success factors. Research Technology Management, 39(4), 18-29.
29.Cox, A. E., & Walker Jr., O. C. (1997). Reactions to disappointing performance in ManufacturerDistributor relationships: The role of escalation and resource commitments. Psychology & Marketing, 14(18), 791-821.
30.Coyne, K. P. (1986). Sustainable competitive advantage - what it is, what it isn't. Business Horizons, 29(1), 54-61.
31.Crawford, C. M. (1991). New product management. Homewood, IL: Irwin.
32.Daft, R. L. (1983). Organization theory and design. Cincinnati, OH: South-Western College Publishing
33.Daft, R. L., & Becker, S. W. (1978). The innovative organization: Innovation adoption in school organizations. New York: North Holland.
34.Daghfous, A. (2004). Absorptive capacity and the implementation of knowledge-intensive best practices. S.A.M. Advanced Management Journal, 69(2), 21-27.
35.Damanpour, F. (1991). Organizational innovation: A meta-analysis of effects of determinants and moderators. Academy of Management Journal, 34(3), 555-590.
36.de Ven, A. H. V. (1976). On the nature, formation, and maintenance of relations among organizations. Academy of Management Review, 1(4), 24-36.
37.Di Benedetto, A. (1999). Identifying the key success factors in new product launch. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 16(5), 530-544.
38.Dierickx, I., Cool, K., & Barney, J. B. (1989). Asset stock accumulation and sustainability of competitive. Management Science, 35(12), 1504-1513.
39.Downs Jr., G. W., & Mohr, L. B. (1976). Conceptual issues in the study of innovation. Administrative Science Quarterly, 21(4), 700-714.
40.Driva, H., Pawar, K. S., & Menon, U. (2001). Performance evaluation of new product development from a company perspective. Integrated Manufacturing Systems, 12(5), 368-378.
41.Duncan, R., & Weiss, A. (1979). Organizational learning: Implications for organizational design. Research in Organizational Behavior, 1(4), 75-124.
42.Dyer, J. H., & Singh, H. (1998). The relational view: Cooperative strategy and sources of interorganizational competitive advantage. The Academy of Management Review, 23(4), 660-679.
43.Evan, W. M., & Black, G. (1967). Innovation in business organizations: Some factors associated with success or failure of staff proposals. Journal of Business, 40(4), 519-530.
44.Evans, J. S. (1991). Strategic flexibility for high technology manoeuvres: A conceptual framework. The Journal of Management Studies, 28(1), 69-89.
45.Farh, J., Tsui, A. S., Xin, K., & Cheng, B. (1998). The influence of relational demography and guanxi: The chinese case. Organization Science, 9(4), 471-488.
46.Floyd, S. W., & Lane, P. J. (2000). Strategizing throughout the organization: Managing role conflict in strategic renewal. The Academy of Management Review, 25(1), 154-177.
47.Fornell, C., & Larcker, D. F. (1981). Evaluating structural equation models with unobservable variables and measurement error. Journal of Marketing Research, 18(1), 39-50.
48.Frankel, E. G. (1990). Management of technological change: The great challenge of management to the future. New York: Kluwer.
49.Fredericks, E. (2005). Infusing flexibility into business-to-business firms: A contigency theory and resource-based view perspective and practical implications. Industrial Marketing Management, 34(6), 555-565.
50.Galbraith, J. R. (1973). Designing complex organizations. Massachuutess: Addison-Wesley.
51.García-Morales, V. J., Ruiz-Moreno, A., & Llorens-Montes, F. J. (2007). Effects of technology absorptive capacity and technology proactivity on organizational learning, innovation and performance: An empirical examination. Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, 19(4), 527-558.
52.Ginsberg, A., & Venkatraman, N. (1985). Contingency perspectives of organizational strategy: A critical review of the empirical research. The Academy of Management Review, 10(3), 421-434.
53.Grant, R. M. (1991). The resource-based theory of competitive advantage: Implications for strategy formulation. California Management Review, 33(3), 114-135.
54.Grant, R. M. (1996). Toward a knowledge-based theory of the firm. Strategic Management Journal, 17, 109-123.
55.Griffin, A., & Page, A. L. (1993). An interim report on measuring product development success and failure. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 10(4), 291-308.
56.Hair, J. F., Anderson, R. E., Tatham, R. L., & Black, W. C. (1998). Multivariate data analysis. New Jwesy: Prentice-Hall.
57.Hall, R. (1992). The strategic analysis of intangible resources. Strategic Management Journal, 13(2), 135-144.
58.Hamel, G. (1991). Competition for competence and inter-partner learning within international strategic alliances. Strategic Management Journal, 12, 83-103.
59.Hill, C. W. L., & Jones, G. R. (2007). Strategic management theory : An integrated approach. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.
60.Holt, K. (1988). The role of the user in product innovation. Technovation, 7(3), 249-258.
61.Huber, G. P. (1991). Organizational learning: The contributing processes and the literatures. Organization Science, 2(1), 88-115.
62.Huber, G. P., & McDaniel, R. R. (1986). The decision-making paradigm of organizational design. Management Science, 32(5), 572-589.
63.Isobe, T., Makino, S., & Montgomery, D. B. (2000). Resource commitment, entry timing, and market performance of foreign direct investments in emerging economies: The case of Japanese international joint ventures in china. Academy of Management Journal, 43(3), 468-484.
64.Neelankavila, J. P., & Alaganarb, V. T. (2003). Strategic resource commitment of high-technology firms an international comparison. Journal of Business Research, 56, 493-502.
65.Jarratt, D. (2004). Conceptualizing a relationship management capability. Marketing Theory, 4(4), 287-309.
66.Keller, W. (1996). Absorptive capacity: On the creation and acquisition of technology in development. Journal of Development Economics, 49(1), 199-227.
67.Kim, L. (1997). The dynamics of samsung's technological learning in semiconductors. California Management Review, 39(3), 87-100.
68.Kim, L. (1998). Crisis construction and organizational learning: Capability building in catching-up at hyundai motor. Organization Science, 9, 506-521.
69.King, A. W., Fowler, S. W., & Zeithaml, C. P. (2001). Managing organizational competencies for competitive advantage: The middle-management edge. The Academy of Management Executive, 15(2), 95-106.
70.Kleinschmidt, E. J., de Brentani, U., & Salomo, S. (2007). Performance of global new product development programs: A resource-based view. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 24, 419-441
71.Knight, K. E. (1967). A descriptive model of the intra-firm innovation process. The Journal of Business, 40(4), 478-496.
72.Lai, C., Pai, D., Yang, C., & Lin, H. (2009). The effects of market orientation on relationship learning and relationship performance in industrial marketing: The dyadic perspectives. Industrial Marketing Management, 38(2), 166-172.
73.Lane, P. J., & Lubatkin, M. (1998). Relative absorptive capacity and interorganizational learning. Strategic Management Journal, 19(5), 461-477.
74.Lant, T. K., & Hurley, A. E. (1999). A contingency model of response to performance feedback. Group & Organization Management, 24(4), 421-438.
75.Levitt, T. (1966). Innovative imitation. Harvard Business Review, 44(5), 63-70.
76.Li, L. (2006). Relationship learning at trade shows: Its antecedents and consequences. Industrial Marketing Management, 35(2), 166-177.
77.Lichtenthaler, U. (2009). Absorptive capacity, environmental turbulence, and the complementarity of organizational learning processes. Academy of Management Journal, 52(4), 822-846.
78.Liu, X., & White, R. S. (1997). The relative contributions of foreign technology and domestic inputs to innovation in chinese manufacturing industries. Technovation, 17(3), 119-125.
79.Lukas, B. A., Hult, G. T., & Ferrell, O. C. (1996). A theoretical perspective of the antecedents and consequences of organizational learning in marketing channels. Journal of Business Research, 36(3), 233-244.
80.Luo, Y. (2004). Building a strong foothold in an emerging market: A link between resource commitment and environment conditions. The Journal of Management Studies, 41(5), 749-773.
81.March, J. G., & Simon, H. A. (1993). Organizations. Oxford: Blackwell.
82.Millson, M. R., & Wilemon, D. (2002). The impact of organizational integration and product development proficiency on market success. Industrial Marketing Management, 31(1), 1-23.
83.Mintzberg, H. (1973). The nature of managerial work. New York: Harper Collins Publishers.
84.Morbey, G. K., & Reithner, R. M. (1990). How R&D affects sales growth, productivity and profitability. Research Technology Management, 33(3), 11-14.
85.Mowery, D. C., & Oxley, J. E. (1995). Inward technology transfer and competitiveness: The role of national innovation systems. Journal of Economics, 19(1), 67-93.
86.Newbert, S. L. (2008). Value, rareness, competitive advantage, and performance: A conceptual-level empirical investigation of the resource-based view of the firm. Strategic Management Journal, 29(7), 745-768.
87.Nobeoka, K., & Cusumano, M. A. (1992). Multi-project strategy and organizational coordination in automobile product development.
88.Olson, E. M., Walker, O. C. Jr., & Ruekert, R. W. (1995). Organizing for effective new product development: The moderating role of product innovativeness. Journal of Marketing, 59(1), 48-62.
89.Pacheco-de-Almeida, G., Henderson, J. E., & Cool, K. O. (2008). Resolving the commitment versus flexibility trade-off: The role of resource accumulation lags. Academy of Management Journal, 51(3), 517-536.
90.Park, S. H., Chen, R., & Gallagher, S. (2002). Firm resources as moderators of the relationship between market growth and strategic alliances in semiconductor start-ups. The Academy of Management Journal, 45(3), 527-545.
91.Pennings, J. M., & Harianto, F. (1992). Technological networking and innovation implementation. Organization Science, 3(3), 356-382.
92.Penrose, E. T. (1959). The theory of the growth of the firm. New York: John Wiley.
93.Pfeffer, J., & Salancik, G. R. (1978). The external control of organizations: A resource dependence approach. New York: Harper and Row.
94.Powell, T. C., & Dent-Micallef, A. (1997). Information technology as competitive advantage: The role of human, business, and technology resources. Strategic Management Journal, 18(5), 375-405.
95.Prahalad, C. K., & Hamel, G. (1990). The core competence of the corporation. Harvard Business Review, 68(3), 79-91.
96.Prajogo, D. I., & Ahmed, P. K. (2006). Relationships between innovation stimulus, innovation capacity, and innovation performance. R & D Management, 36(5), 499-515.
97.Rhyne, L. C., Teagarden, M. B., & Van den Panhuyzen, W. (2002). Technology-based competitive strategies the relationship of cultural dimensions to new product innovation. Journal of High Technology Management Research, 13(2), 249-277.
98.Richey, R. G., Genchev, S. E., & Daugherty, P. J. (2005). The role of resource commitment and innovation in reverse logistics performance. International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, 35(3/4), 233-257.
99.Rindfleisch, A., & Moorman, C. (2001). The acquisition and utilization of information in new product alliances: A strength-of-ties perspective. Journal of Marketing, 65(2), 1-18.
100.Roach, S. S. (1991). Services under siege-the restructuring imperative. Harvard Business Review, 69(5), 82-91.
101.Robertson, T. S., & Gatignon, H. (1986). Competitive effects on technology diffusion. Journal of Marketing, 50(3), 1-12.
102.Rowe, L. A., & Boise, W. B. (1974). Organizational innovation: Current research and evolving concepts. Public Administration Review, 34(3), 284-293.
103.Sanchez, R., & Heene, A. (1997). Managing for an uncertain future: A systems view of strategic organizational change. International Studies of Management & Organization, 27(2), 21-42.
104.Saraf, N., Langdon, C. S., & Gosain, S. (2007). IS application capabilities and relational value in interfirm partnerships. Information Systems Research, 18(3), 320-339.
105.Schumpeter, J. A. (1934). The theory of economic development. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
106.Selnes, F., & Sallis, J. (2003). Promoting relationship learning. Journal of Marketing, 67(3), 80-95.
107.Sicotte, H., & Bourgault, M. (2008). Dimensions of uncertainty and their moderating effect on new product development project performance. R&D Management, 38(5), 469-479.
108.Sivadas, E., & Dwyer, F. R. (2000). An examination of organizational factors influencing new product success in internal and alliance-based processes. Journal of Marketing, 64(1), 31-49.
109.Souder, W. E. (1988). Managing relations between R & D and marketing in new product development projects. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 5(1), 6-19.
110.Szulanski, G. (1996). Exploring internal stickness: Impediments to the transfer of best practice within the firm. Strategic Management Journal, 17, 27-43.
111.Teece, D. J. (1982). Towards an economic theory of the multiproduct firm. Jouranl of Economic Behavior and Organization, 3, 39-63.
112.Teece, D. J. (1986). Profiting from technological innovation: Implications for integration, collaboration, licensing and public policy. Research Policy, 15(6), 285-305.
113.Teece, D. J. (2007). Explicating dynamic capabilities: The nature and microfoundations of (sustainable) enterprise performance. Strategic Management Journal, 28(13), 1319-1350.
114.Teece, D. J., Pisano, G., & Shuen, A. (1997). Dynamic capabilities and strategic management. Strategic Management Journal, 18(7), 509-533.
115.Tomer, J. F. (1987). Organizational capital: The path to higher productivity and well-being. New York: Praeger.
116.Van Wijk, R., Van Den Bosch, F., & Volberda, H. (2001). The impact of knowledge depth and breadth of absorbed knowledge on levels of exploration and exploitation. 2001 Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Washington, DC.
117.Volberda, H. W. (1996). Toward the flexible form: How to remain vital in hypercompetitive environments. Organization Science, 7(4), 359-374.
118.von Hippel, E. (1988). The sources of innovation. New York: Oxford University Press.
119.von Hippel, E. (1994). "Sticky information" and the locus of problem solving: Implications for innovation. Management Science, 40(4), 429-439.
120.Wernerfelt, B. (1984). A resource-based view of the firm. Strategic Management Journal, 5(2), 171-180.
121.Wiig, K. M. (1999). What future knowledge management users may expect. Journal of Knowledge Management, 3, 155-165.
122.Williamson, O. E. (1973). Markets and hierarchies: Some elementary considerations. The American Economic Review, 63(2), 316-325.
123.Wu, W. Y., Chang, S. C., & Wu, Y. J. (2006). The impacts of specificity investments on relationship learning and competence building: The supplier's perspective. International Journal of Management and Enterprise Development, 3(3), 244-263.
124.Zahra, S. A., & George, G. (2002). Absorptive capacity: A review, reconceptualization, and extension. Academy of Management Review, 27(2), 185-203.