Research on the evaluation of Universities Collaborative Innovation Center in Henan Province under the perspective of two-dimensional matrix performance ——Based on the analysis of 10 sample data of universities collaborative innovation centers

Huishuang HE


How to promote the collaborative innovation center performance and to smoothly promote the collaborative innovation center to achieve the desired objectives is one of the main problems facing the collaborative innovation management. The two-dimensional evaluation of key break through of science and technology-completion rate of construction target, system mechanism reform and innovation effectiveness-collaborative innovation level are multidimensional evaluation cores of collaborative innovation center. Using the Boston Matrix model to build a two-dimensional performance evaluation of collaborative innovation center model, the construction target completion degree and construction effectiveness, innovation synergy level are chosen as the first class index sets; scientific research, scientific and technological cooperation platform as the second class index sets; patents, team building as the third class index sets, choosing 10 colleges and universities collaborative innovation centers as the research samples. The conclusion shows that the evaluation and rank of collaborative innovation centers under the perspective of two-dimensional performance matrixis clear and simple, which can be used to complement the evaluation of the universities collaborative innovation centers.


Two-dimensional matrix; Henan Province; Universities Collaborative Innovation Center

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