Improving the Indonesian Air Force technician skill through technology transfer
McGonigal, Richard A.
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The evolution in weapon system technology has led to the need of the innovative process. This thesis addresses the Technology Transfer as an improvement and development tool as it might be applied in development of skills for Indonesian Air Force technicians. Factors associated with the technology transfer process, aids and barriers to technology transfer, the innovative and creative processes, and managerial requirements for technology transfer are related to the job of the maintenance technician. From the relationship, a Paradigm is selected for the action for middle management and senior technicians as linkers and innovators to improve technical and skill capability by utilizing technology and the transfer concept.
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