By Steven W. Anderson, Tom Bramorski, George Tesar, Sibdas Ghosh
Fresh significant traits in present day complicated and aggressive excessive expertise international society have underscored the significance for a textbook on strategic expertise administration. the 1st is the need of significant worldwide organisations and excessive expertise enterprises to rent graduates who're in a position to comprehend engineering and technological know-how, and make sound strategic enterprise judgements. the second one is the expanding curiosity between engineering and technological know-how scholars to take classes in company administration. This priceless ebook makes an attempt to bridge company and medical administration practices in order to foster higher knowing among the 2 entities. the second one variation is up to date with fascinating case stories on biomedical and renewable applied sciences. Contents: coping with the artistic technique in a Cross-Functional international setting; Product suggestion improvement in a aggressive marketplace position; company research and industry strength; Getting a Product from the Laboratory to the industry; Commercialization of latest know-how.
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The institute employed a modest crew of about eight post-doctoral workers and research scientists from all over the world and a team of three lab technicians. Bill had toyed with the idea for a while now of marketing a few of the chemical reactions developed in his lab, which seemed very popular, judging by the inquiries from other labs that kept coming to him regarding the methodologies he used. qxd 3/28/2008 3:31 PM Page 29 Anderson Research Institute: Marketing of a New Technology 29 in documenting and marketing this technology was to escape this everyday nuisance of pestering phone calls/letters/e-mails from other scientists trying to process these products in better and purer yields.
At this point in the meeting, Jim suggested, “Why don’t we ask Marvin”? Marvin First is a long-time friend and mentor to Mike Woods. They played golf and traveled together socially. Marvin was a retired senior vice president of operations for a very large US-based international corporation. He frequently stopped at FRI to check on Tom and had recently taken an interest in Jim’s area of international sales. Marvin frequently served as a “sounding board” or a resource person for both Mike and Jim.
However, most of these products were in an early stage of clinical development. Thus, we are looking at a monopoly in this particular market, at least at the present time. There were at least 50 research labs in the United States working on advances in pure science, with most of them being affiliated with universities. Although a third of them were focusing on developing chemical substrates and their derivatives that could be used in medicinal applications, Bill was not sure how many of the research labs were focused on boron amino acid research or alternatives to that.
Strategic Technology Management: Building Bridges Between Sciences, Engineering and Business Management, 2nd Edition by Steven W. Anderson, Tom Bramorski, George Tesar, Sibdas Ghosh