Contemporary Research in Technology & Innovation Management
Date/Time: Monday 14:45-16:15
Cluster: Technology Management
Room: Bryan A
Chair: Michael K. Badawy
Chair Address: VA Tech., Pamplin Coll. of Bus., 7054 Haycock Rd., Falls Church, VA 22043 ,
Technology Assessment: A Socio-Cognitive Perspective Raghu Garud, David Ahlstrum --- NYU, Stern Sch. of Bus., Tisch Hall, Mgmt. Dept., 40 W 4th St., New York, NY 10012 , (email@example.com)
- Researchers use different approaches for assessing technologies. We¨ develop this proposition by examining differences in approaches that¨ 'insiders' and 'outsiders' use in their assessment of health care¨ technologies. We also illustrate how the juxtaposition of these¨ contrasting approaches creates a dynamic technological field.
What Do We Know About Japanese Product Development? Jeffrey Liker --- Univ. of MI, Dept. of IOE, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2117,
- I summarize some of the common features of Japanese product¨ development, as well as point to what may be significant company¨ differences. This talk is based on my own research as well as a¨ broader review of the literature.
IC2 Institute's Innovative MS Degree Program: Lessons Learned in Year Two Barbara Fossum, David L. Gibson --- Univ. of TX, IC2 Institute, 2815 San Gabriel Ave., Austin, TX 78705 , (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- IC2 Institute, the University of Texas at Austin's degree program in¨ Science and Technology Commercialization has benefited from 2 years¨ of 'experimental learning.' We discuss how this commercialization¨ projects being a central part of the degree program.
Some Research in the Management of Innovation Michael K. Badawy --- VA Tech., Pamplin Coll. of Bus., 7054 Haycock Rd., Falls Church, VA 22043 ,
- Some research issues in the field of MOT and innovation are¨ identified. Directions for future research is explored.
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