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Management of Technology and Innovation
Competing Through Technological Excellence

Second Edition
  • P N Rastogi - Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow, India

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© 2009 | 386 pages | SAGE Response
This updated, second edition of the book offers an understanding of the management of technology and innovation, not in isolation, but as a dynamic integrated system connected to organizational culture, knowledge management and value creation. To enhance the understanding of the hypercompetitive industrial markets of the globe, this edition carries two new chapters focusing on how technological innovation can lead to wealth creation. In doing so, it weaves wealth creation with other seminal concepts of social capital, human capital and knowledge management. An additional appendix outlines a few technologies and approaches that are useful in technology management.

Management of Technology and Innovation: Competing through Technological Excellence provides a synoptic account of the diverse dimensions of technology management, from incremental innovation, integration of design and manufacture to technological innovation and creation of hybrid technologies. It provides an outline of the rationale of the strategic evaluation of investments in technology, and brings about its contrast with the conventional accounting framework of net present value (NPV) and discount cash flow (DCF) analyses. It also discusses the national technological/industrial policies of USA and Japan.

This book will be an invaluable resource for management students and teachers studying the theory and practice of technology management.

 
Preface
 
Technology as the Driving Force of Global Industrial Competition
 
PART I: Concepts and Themes
 
The Axes and Atlas of Technology Strategic Management of Technology
 
PART II: Manufacturing Technology
 
Productivity and Incremental Innovation
 
Technology Absorption
 
Structure of World Class Manufacturing
 
Crucial Issues in Flexible Technology
 
Strategic Evaluation of Technological Investments
 
PART III: Technology Development
 
The Product Development Cycle - Integration of Design and Manufacturing
 
Management of Technological Innovation
 
Technology Fusion and the New R&D
 
Core Competencies in Technology and its Commercialization
 
PART IV: The Organizational Support System
 
Structural Imperatives of Technology Management
 
Building Organization Culture
 
The Organization as a Laboratory for Learning
 
PART V: Cooperation between Government and Industry
 
Role, Rationale and Requisites of National Technology Policy
 
Coping with Continuous Change-The Structure of the Japanese Innovation System
 
Spectrum of Technological Excellence and Generation of Wealth
 
Prosperity of Companies and Countries - Is Social Capital the Missing Resource?
 
Appendix I Methods for Coping with Uncertainty in Technovation and New Product Development
 
Appendix II. Some Useful Methods and Approaches
 
References and Select Bibliography
 
Index

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P N Rastogi

P N Rastogi was professor at IIM Lucknow and IIT Kanpur. He has been a post-doctoral Fellow at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT); Nuffield Fellow at the London School of Economics; National Fellow at the Centre for Policy Research and Senior Fellow of the Indian Council of Social Science Research. He is well-known for his work in the field of social and management cybernetics, computer simulation of systems, dynamics of conflict, rural development, societal systems, organizational design and development, management of productivity and technovation, technology policy, and policy analysis and problem-solving methodology for complex... More About Author

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