This study aims at discussing the analytical typology of organizational innovation in high-tech industry, and using some methodology to construct organizational innovation measurement model. To do so, some methodology based on the in-depth interviews, focus group techniques, factor analysis, and analytic hierarchy process are applied. The results of the study show the “technical innovation” is more important than “administrative innovation” in high-tech industry. The term innovation frequently appears in the literature, with technology improvements or breakthroughs being the main subject of investigation in related studies. Innovation and technical innovation used to refer to the same thing in most cases. A large number of studies address innovations in technological research and development. Relatively fewer studies consider an organization as a whole and investigate organizational innovation. It is important to further explore the context of organizational innovation (OI) and contribute more theoretical supplements. Most previous studies on organizational theories are concerned with performance improvement, addressing how to achieve targets through better technological abilities but rarely proposing organizational innovation concepts or ways of coordinating related factors for the improvement of organization performance.