Research on the Mechanism of Human Capital to the High-tech Enterprises’ Performance
|School||Northeast Normal University|
|Keywords||High-tech enterprises Human Capital Enterprise Performance Mechanism of action|
With the advent of the knowledge-based economy , high-tech enterprises to get a larger development . The focus of this study is to analyze the role of human capital and the performance of high-tech enterprises relationship . First, human capital theory , theory of sources of corporate performance , and high-tech enterprise theory are reviewed. On this basis , the analysis of the constituent elements of the human capital of high-tech enterprises , that high-tech enterprise human capital , including the five elements of knowledge, skills , abilities , experience and attitude . Enterprises according to Michael Porter's theory of competitive strategy , low cost and differentiation as intermediate variables of human capital on the role of corporate performance , explore the knowledge , skills , abilities , experience and attitudes of low-cost and differentiation relations in order to establish the mechanism of high-tech enterprise human capital and business performance model , and make assumptions . Finally , this paper empirical research on the model test data collected through the questionnaires , the use of the AMOS statistical analysis software to validate the data , including the reliability test , validity test ( Principal Component Analysis ) and structural equation modeling fit test . The results show that : ( 1) the increase of knowledge and experience to be able to reduce costs , improve differentiation ; (2) the improvement of skills and the ability to be able to reduce costs, improve differentiation ; (3) improvement of the attitude to reduce costs , increase the difference of corporate financial performance ; (4) the increase of the cost can be reduced to improve the performance of growth . (5) differences in the degree of improvement be able to increase the performance of financial performance and growth .