Applied Technology And Innovation Management

Author by : Heinrich Arnold
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : Rapid application of new technologies and highly leveraged innovation processes are key for the success of companies and organizations in dynamic markets. Based on the experiences of one of the industry’s most modern innovation centers this book provides an insight into the tools and methods used to align customer requirements, competitive challenges and technological development. Both, scientists and practitioners, will benefit from the lessons learned and presented in this volume.


Encyclopedia Of Technology And Innovation Management

Author by : V. K. Narayanan
Languange : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Description : Get complete, up-to-date and authoritative coverage of technology and innovation. A broadly encompassing encyclopedia on the emerging topic of technology innovation and management (TIM), this volume covers a wide array of issues. TIM is a relatively new field and is highly interdisciplinary, incorporating strategy and entrepreneurship, economics, marketing, organizational behavior, organization theory, physical and life sciences, and even law. All of these disciplines are represented in this volume, and their intersections are made clear. Entries are contributed by scholars from around the world who are leading experts in their respective topics. This volume is appropriate for scholars who are new to this particular field, as well as industry practitioners interested in understanding the state of knowledge in these specific areas. Entries may also serve as useful instructional materials, given their span of coverage as well as their currency. VK Narayanan is Stubbs Professor of Strategy & Entrepreneurship and Associate Dean of Research at Drexel University, Philadelphia, U.S.A. Gina O'Connor is Associate Professor of Marketing in the Lally School of Management and Technology at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, U.S.A.


Innovation And Transformation

Author by : Martin Kaschny
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : This book discusses a six-step transformation cycle in which the tasks of innovation management – ranked according to their relevance for companies – are placed in a systematic order. Presenting an in-depth discussion on innovation and transformation, the authors delve into strategic themes such as business models and strategic positioning, which are fundamental to the innovation process. It also describes the underlying processes and roles of innovation management, and the required organizational structures. Following process organization and organizational structure, the authors highlight how the appropriate human resource strategy should look and the manner of personnel selection or development to be implemented. The authors also provide tools and systems that are assigned to specific employees working with innovation management; these deal with innovation audit, knowledge management, idea management, financing and budgeting innovations, marketing and property rights. The book also sheds light on how the effectiveness of the innovation process can be monitored using indicator systems. This is a handy resource for managers looking for a structured strategy and how to implement it to achieve optimal innovation management and reap its benefits.


Global Perspectives On Achieving Success In High And Low Cost Operating Environments

Author by : Roos, Göran
Languange : en
Publisher by : IGI Global
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Description : Competing in both high and low-cost operating environments can present a number of unique challenges. In light of global competition and the changing scope of various industries due to technological advancement, these challenges must be addressed in order to ensure business success. Global Perspectives on Achieving Success in High and Low Cost Operating Environments features a collection of research and case studies addressing contemporary issues surrounding operational success in various regions. Business professionals, managers, academics, and upper-level students will find this publication an essential resource for the latest tools and solutions for managing operations in diverse operating environments.


Managing Technology Entrepreneurship And Innovation

Author by : Paul Trott
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : Managing Technology Entrepreneurship and Innovation is the first textbook for non-business based entrepreneurship courses, focussed on students with a background in science and technology. Its comprehensive, rigorous and yet accessible approach originates from the authors’ considerable experience mentoring students as they turn their technological ideas into real-life business ventures. . The text is separated into three parts providing a roadmap for successful entrepreneurial projects: Part I focusses on how to create your venture, turning technology into businesses and how to link together entrepreneurship and innovation Part II shows you how to grow your venture and make it profitable, looking at the early development of academic spin-outs and how to adapt your technology to the customers’ needs. Part III takes you through the day-to-day running on your business; whether to adopt a contingency or contextual approach, how to develop new products and services and alternative options for growth. With a wide range of practical steps, lists of things to consider and guidelines on how to turn your technology based ideas into a successful business, this text will be essential for all non-business students who need to understand entrepreneurship, management and innovation. It will also prove a useful introduction to all Masters-level students taking these subjects in business schools.


The Handbook Of Technology And Innovation Management

Author by : Scott Shane
Languange : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Description : This timely handbook represents the latest thinking in the field of technology and innovation management, with an up-to-date overview of the key developments in the field. The editor provides with a critical, introductory essay that establishes the theoretical framework for studying technology and innovation management The book will include 15-20 original essays by leading authors chosen for their key contribution to the field These chapters chart the important debates and theoretical issues under 3 or 4 thematic headings The handbook concludes with an essay by the Editor highlighting the emergent issues for research The book is targeted as a handbook for academics as well as a text for graduate courses in technology and innovation management


Technology And Innovation Management

Author by : Reinhard Meckl
Languange : en
Publisher by : Oldenbourg Verlag
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Description : Die Inhalte und Methoden, die chinesische Forscher im Feld der Wirtschaftswissenschaften bearbeiten und verwenden, sind trotz des intensivierten wissenschaftlichen Austauschs noch immer weitgehend unbekannt in Deutschland. Der Herausgeberband "Technology and Innovation Management: Theories, Methods and Practices from Germany and China" gibt einen aktuellen Einblick in die Themengebiete, mit denen sich chinesische Wissenschaftler im Bereich der Technologieforschung in China und Deutschland beschäftigen und stellen diesen die aktuellen Forschungsgegenstände namhafter Vertreter der Forschung in diesem Bereich aus Deutschland gegenüber. Es entsteht ein informatives Bild der wichtigsten Zielrichtungen und Projekte, mit denen sich die Wissenschaftler aus den beiden Ländern inhaltlich und methodisch beschäftigen.


Business Acceleration 2 0

Author by : Alexander F. Bergfeld
Languange : en
Publisher by : BoD – Books on Demand
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Description : This book is about the strategic building of technology ventures, either through self-creation or professional guidance in corporate accelerators. It outlines the Acceleration 2.0 framework, based on latest research concerning business acceleration, corporate venturing and startup development. The “business Acceleration 2.0 framework is explained in three case studies. The comparison of the case studies from the ICT industry explains the dynamic development of startups, including the needs and wants as well as strengths and weaknesses. Overall the book provides a guideline including all important terms and elements to successfully realize a business plan and to build a startup accordingly. In essence this book supports the efficient growth of young companies by providing a guideline to follow and supports young companies during the starting, funding and building phase of the business.


Innovations For Community Services

Author by : Michal Hodoň
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Innovations for Community Services, I4CS 2018, held in Žilina, Slovakia, in June 2018. The 14 revised full papers and the three revised short papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 38 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on architectures and management; data analytics and models; community and public collaboration; innovations and digital transformation.


Applied Technology Integration In Governmental Organizations New E Government Research

Author by : Weerakkody, Vishanth
Languange : en
Publisher by : IGI Global
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Description : "This book provides organizational and managerial directions to support the greater use and management of electronic or digital government technologies in organizations, while epitomizing the current e-government research available"--Provided by publisher.


Innovations For Community Services

Author by : Karl-Heinz Lüke
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Innovations for Community Services, I4CS 2019, held in Wolfsburg, Germany, in June 2019. The 16 revised full papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 43 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on communication systems; teaching and collaboration; smart cities; innovations and digital transformation; data analytics and models; community and quality.


Innovation Management And New Product Development

Author by : Paul Trott
Languange : en
Publisher by : Pearson Education
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Description : This is an ideal introduction to the processes and issues of managing technological innovation and the development of new products. It offers students a contemporary view of innovation management that focuses on the links between groups.


Bringing Technology And Innovation Into The Boardroom

Author by : European Institute for Technology and Innovation Management
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : Europe is waking up to the challenge of technology and innovation. We see EU commitment to spend 3% of GDP on R&D, but who is thinking about how to spend? Who is thinking about technology management? Does the corporate board have the means to manage this spend? Should some percentage of the R&D be spent on improving technology and innovation management? This is where this book makes a contribution. It brings together the latest practice, research findings and thinking, presented in a way that addresses top management requirements. The goal is to secure the economic future of the firm, in the context of a sustainable industry and society. Using the ideas and methods in this book, the board can assess and improve its own ability to deal with the challenge of technology and innovation.


Technology Roadmapping For Strategy And Innovation

Author by : Martin Moehrle
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : Technology roadmapping is a significant method to help companies gain orientation concerning future challenges. This work contains a description of technology roadmapping in four major parts, providing expert knowledge on framing/embedding of technology roadmapping, processes of technology roadmapping, implementing technology roadmapping and linking technology roadmapping to other instruments of strategic planning. The book provides a comprehensive survey of technology roadmapping since it contains papers by leading European, American and Asian experts, provides orientation regarding different methods of technology roadmapping and their interconnections, supplies readers with a compilation of the most important submethods, and embeds and links technology roadmapping in the framework of management research. This book aims at becoming the leading compendium on technology roadmapping.


The Road To A Modern It Factory

Author by : Ferri Abolhassan
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : IT is currently going through one of its most critical phases of transformation. IT vendors and IT service organizations are revolutionizing their production and service processes, adopting industrial practices. It is only through the consistent transformation into factory-like structures that quality, effectiveness and efficiency can be increased. By integrating professional concepts and methods taken from the context of industrial production, it is possible to meet functional and qualitative requirements from the departments and therefore from the end user. On top of that this new paradigm enables the implementation of optimal processes in the organization. An interdisciplinary team of authors addresses the current challenges for global IT services organizations and describes the process of IT industrialization. The transformation of the IT industry towards the model of an IT factory is the core theme of this book, which takes the latest findings from applied research, consulting and IT business practices and combines them into a consistent and innovative approach to IT services.


Technology And Innovation Management

Author by : Anonim
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : 80 papers selected from PICMET '99 as representative of the field.


Handbook Of Research On Strategic Innovation Management For Improved Competitive Advantage

Author by : Jamil, George Leal
Languange : en
Publisher by : IGI Global
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Description : Innovation is a vital process for any business to remain competitive in this age. This progress must be coherently and optimally managed, allowing for successful improvement and future growth. The Handbook of Research on Strategic Innovation Management for Improved Competitive Advantage provides emerging research on the use of information and knowledge to promote development in various business agencies. While covering topics such as design thinking, financial analysis, and policy planning, this publication explores the wide and complex relationships that constitute strategic innovation management principals and processes. This publication is an important resource for students, professors, researchers, managers, and entrepreneurs seeking current research on the methods and tools regarding information and knowledge management for business advancement.


Proceedings Of The 4th Mac 2015

Author by : Collective of authors
Languange : en
Publisher by : MAC Prague consulting
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Description : Science and research.


The Routledge Companion To Innovation Management

Author by : Jin Chen
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : Innovation contributes to corporate competitiveness, economic performance and environmental sustainability. In the Internet era, innovation intelligence is transferred across borders and languages at an unprecedented rate, yet the ability to benefit from it seems to become more divergent among different corporations and countries. How much an organization can benefit from innovation largely depends on how well innovation is managed in it. Thus, there is a discernible increase in interest in the study of innovation management. This handbook provides a comprehensive guide to this subject. The handbook introduces the basic framework of innovation and innovation management. It also presents innovation management from the perspectives of strategy, organization and resource, as well as institution and culture. The book’s comprehensive coverage on all areas of innovation management makes this a very useful reference for anyone interested in the subject.


Managing Amidst Rapid Change

Author by : Simon Collyer
Languange : en
Publisher by : Project Management Institute
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Description : The ability to deliver value in dynamic environments has become an essential skill for today’s project managers given the ever increasing rates of change driven by deregulation, the information age, and globalization. Managing Amidst Rapid Change responds to this new reality with specific management techniques that refine the theory of how best to handle projects significantly challenged by dynamism.


Disruptive Technologies Innovation And Global Redesign Emerging Implications

Author by : Ekekwe, Ndubuisi
Languange : en
Publisher by : IGI Global
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Description : "This book provides case studies as well as practical and theoretical chapters on the issues surrounding disruptive technologies, innovation, and global redesign"--Provided by publisher.


Agile Approaches For Successfully Managing And Executing Projects In The Fourth Industrial Revolution

Author by : Bolat, Hür Bersam
Languange : en
Publisher by : IGI Global
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Description : Communication between man and machine is vital to completing projects in the current day and age. Without this constant connectiveness as we enter an era of big data, project completion will result in utter failure. Agile Approaches for Successfully Managing and Executing Projects in the Fourth Industrial Revolution addresses changes wrought by Industry 4.0 and its effects on project management as well as adaptations and adjustments that will need to be made within project life cycles and project risk management. Highlighting such topics as agile planning, cloud projects, and organization structure, it is designed for project managers, executive management, students, and academicians.


Perspectives On Vietnam S Science Technology And Innovation Policies

Author by : Dao Thanh Truong
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Nature
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Description : This book provides an overview of the science, technology, and innovation (STI) policies in Vietnam in a globalized world. Science, technology and innovation policies play important roles in boosting research and development, promoting entrepreneurship and building national innovation systems, especially in developing countries. The author offers in-depth analyses and insights on the STI system of Vietnam and provides comparisons with the major STI development trends around the world. Each chapter of the book includes intensive studies and analyses of the STI system and policies in Vietnam, providing valuable arguments and essential tools for students, researchers, and policy makers in the field of science and technology management, political science, public policy and business studies. The author then addresses potential challenges and proposes policy recommendations to overcome them to improve the performance of the Vietnam's STI system in the context of globalized economies and international integration of science and technology.


Technology Education Innovation And Management

Author by : Kati Langer
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : Developing the interface between humans and technology involves the strategic question of how to connect innovation in teaching with the creation of value. Originating from an international conference on technology education, innovation and management, this book provides a focused overview of theoretical findings on this topic as well as starting points for practical work. It not only displays the existing level of international agreement, but also demonstrates a commitment to further development of technology education. For example, parallels between teaching innovation and the work situation in smaller firms point to a general trend toward linking value creation and education. The book presents theory and practice clearly arranged with diagrams, figures and tables.


Managing Technology And Innovation

Author by : Robert Verburg
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : Modern technology and innovation are vital to the success of all companies, be they hi-tech firms or companies seemingly unaffected by technology and innovation; whether established firms or business start-ups. This book focuses on understanding technology as a corporate resource, covering product development, design of systems and the managerial aspects of new and high technology. Topics investigated include: the internal organization of high technology firms the management of technology in society managing innovation dilemmas and strategies. The wide-ranging experience of the teachers and experts contributing to this book has resulted in an integrated, multi-disciplinary, textbook that provides an introductory overview to managing technology and innovation in the twenty-first century. This text is essential reading for students of business and engineering concerned with technology and innovation management.


Managing Technology Innovation

Author by : Yunus Dauda
Languange : en
Publisher by : Peter Lang
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Description : Technology in the world today has contributed to promote organisational competitiveness and national development. But most developing countries have not substantially benefited from science and technology, hence their underdevelopment and poverty. They could not harness and manage their scientific and technological innovations and use their human and material resources to meet basic needs of their people, reduce socio-economic inequalities, create employment opportunities and improve national security. The achievement of these is considered in this book to be dependent on provisions of conducive environments for effective human resource management for scientific and technological innovations. Human resource management concepts and practices were used to evolve frameworks and processes for the generation, acquisition, adoption, and transfer of technology, depending on the objectives of different countries and organisations.


The Digitalisation Of Science Technology And Innovation Key Developments And Policies

Author by : OECD
Languange : en
Publisher by : OECD Publishing
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Description : This report examines digitalisation’s effects on science, technology and innovation and the associated consequences for policy. In varied and far-reaching ways, digital technologies are changing how scientists work, collaborate and publish.


Prethinking Work

Author by : Sabina Jeschke
Languange : en
Publisher by : LIT Verlag Münster
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Description : The dynamic change of work is one the greatest challenges of advanced industrial societies. Work is a systematically relevant element of the global economy, part of our everyday life, and a reflection of our socio-economic conditions and developments. This book outlines important trends, opportunities, and risks in the working environment of the 21st century. International researchers, economic actors, and politicians from twelve different countries are rethinking (or 'prethinking') work, and have produced inspiring articles on the future of work and the future of our socio-economic reality. (Series: Ergonomics / Arbeitswissenschaften - Vol. 7)


Managing Global Innovation

Author by : Roman Boutellier
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : If R&D and innovation in the 1990s were about more internationalization, more corporate entrepreneurship, and more information-integration, then the 2000s have been about consolidating and expanding these trends further: more globalization including the technology mavericks of China and India, more open and inbound innovation integrating external technology providers, and more web- and Intern- enabling of innovation processes by involving R&D contributors regardless of their location. The corporate R&D powerhouses of the 1980s are now mostly history. Even where they survived, they had to yield to corporate efficiency efforts and business-wide integration programs. Still, it would be unfair to belittle them in retrospect as they have found new roles in corporate R&D and innovation n- works. In fact, the very successes of centralized R&D organizations of the 1970s and 1980s made possible the revolution of globalized innovation that we have been witnessing since the 1990s. The first two editions of Managing Global Innovation, published in 1999 and 2000, were testimonials of an increasingly internationalizing world of innovation and R&D. In this third edition of Managing Global Innovation, we have retained the basic structure of two conceptual parts (I and II) and three case study parts (III, IV, V). However, we have greatly revised all chapters, including the final “Imp- cations” chapter (part VI), and incorporated new chapters and cases that illuminate and describe the recent trends in the context of the beginnings of global innovation in the 1980s and 1990s.