Technology transfer: a compilation of varied approaches to the management of innovation
Bailey, Claudia Lynn
Creighton, J. W.
Jolly, James A.
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Today's managers often find themselves at a loss when trying to deal with the vast amount of technology and innovative information available to them; they do not know how to actively implement technological innovation. The manager who desires to learn about the effective management of technological innovation and change is faced with sources too numerous and diverse to be readily accessed and integrated. A simple reference is needed. A review and analysis of the available transfer of technology data was conducted to identify those concepts, approaches and techniques that will be of assistance to managers who must recognize, evaluate and implement the technological advances within their organizations. This thesis provides a compilation of pertinent selected works on technology transfer and addresses the foundations of technology transfer; the elements of the Predictive Technology Transfer Model; applications of technology transfer; and the associated public policy issues.
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NPS Report NumberNPS-54-82-011
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