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Technology is a key driver for innovation and sustainable business growth. Whilst industrial interest in the area is growing, from an academic perspective the conceptual basis of the subject of technology management is fragmented and poorly defined. This paper describes a framework that has been...
Knowledge management, especially in technological innovation, is becoming the most important organisational activity for the long-term success of a firm and related conceptual and empirical research is increasing rapidly. However, little empirical research into effective team processes has been...
The aim of this paper is to analyse the relationship between organisational structure and the accumulation of technological assets in Spanish telecommunications equipment manufacturing companies. In order to do this, the methods of asset acquisition have been analysed and a model presented which...
This paper examines the causality issue between information technology (IT) investment and economic development for Korea by applying modern time series techniques. Tests for unit roots, co-integration, and Granger causality are presented. The results show that bi-directional causality runs from...
This paper explores the relationship between inter-organisational networks and innovation in the construction industry. This is analysed through detailed interviews with the largest contractors, and a number of professional institutions, representatives of government, quasi-government bodies,...
This paper describes one of the first empirical explorations into organisational knowledge creation theory as first elucidated by Nonaka and Takeuchi. We extend the theory and examine it in the inter-organisational context of University-Industry (U-I) collaborative R&D Projects. More...
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