Knowledge Perspectives of New Product Development [electronic resource] : A Comparative Approach / edited by Dimitris G. Assimakopoulos, Elias G. Carayannis, Rafiq Dossani.

By: Assimakopoulos, Dimitris G [editor.]Contributor(s): Carayannis, Elias G [editor.] | Dossani, Rafiq [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Innovation, Technology, and Knowledge Management: Publisher: New York, NY : Springer New York, 2012Description: XVIII, 330 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781461402480Subject(s): Economics | Economic policy | Economics/Management Science | R & D/Technology Policy | Innovation/Technology Management | Economic PolicyAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 338.926 LOC classification: JF20-2112Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
How Path Dependency Affects Innovative Behavior of Firms -- Factors Affecting the Performance of New Product Development Teams: Some European Evidence -- Knowledge Flows in an NPD Team from the Semiconductor Industry -- Strategies for Fostering Local New Service Development Teams in CapGemini and the MINALOGIC Cluster in Grenoble -- Regional  Embeddedness of Multinational Enterprises in European Regions -- Competencies for the “Technological Europe” of Tomorrow: A New Model and an Emerging Concept of Inter-organizational Competence -- The Leader-Member Relationship at the Core of Innovation Development: Member Perceptions, Positions and Expectations -- A Stepwise, Actor-based Approach to the Establishment of Science-Industry Co-operations -- Turning from Laggard to Leader in National Radical Innovation and Beyond -- Japanese Firms’ Innovation Strategies in the 21st Century: An Institutional View -- Preparing India’s Workforce for the Knowledge Economy...
In: Springer eBooksSummary: New Product Development (NPD) is about the ideation, formulation, and implementation of new and superior solutions in the market. Beyond the obvious need for organizations to innovate in order to compete, embedded in any NPD program are knowledge, technological expertise, and the social networks that convert these capabilities into offerings that create value at every level—for customers, industries, communities, and regions.    This volume provides an array of knowledge perspective in NPD across multiple levels of analysis and geographic regions, including Europe, the United States, China, Japan, and India, to explore the dynamics of NPD in today’s global environment.   Presenting case studies from such industries as ICT services, semiconductors, software development, bio-technology, higher education, and even safety for children’s toys, and drawing from a variety of theoretical perspectives, including technology and knowledge management, sociology, economic geography, and organizational behavior, the authors highlight critical success and failure factors in NPD.   Among the topics covered: New product development teams, including multi-functional and multi-site teams De-localization and off-shoring of tasks and processes Individual competencies and organizational capabilities University-industry interactions, high-tech clusters, and technology transfer Technology policy
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How Path Dependency Affects Innovative Behavior of Firms -- Factors Affecting the Performance of New Product Development Teams: Some European Evidence -- Knowledge Flows in an NPD Team from the Semiconductor Industry -- Strategies for Fostering Local New Service Development Teams in CapGemini and the MINALOGIC Cluster in Grenoble -- Regional  Embeddedness of Multinational Enterprises in European Regions -- Competencies for the “Technological Europe” of Tomorrow: A New Model and an Emerging Concept of Inter-organizational Competence -- The Leader-Member Relationship at the Core of Innovation Development: Member Perceptions, Positions and Expectations -- A Stepwise, Actor-based Approach to the Establishment of Science-Industry Co-operations -- Turning from Laggard to Leader in National Radical Innovation and Beyond -- Japanese Firms’ Innovation Strategies in the 21st Century: An Institutional View -- Preparing India’s Workforce for the Knowledge Economy...

New Product Development (NPD) is about the ideation, formulation, and implementation of new and superior solutions in the market. Beyond the obvious need for organizations to innovate in order to compete, embedded in any NPD program are knowledge, technological expertise, and the social networks that convert these capabilities into offerings that create value at every level—for customers, industries, communities, and regions.    This volume provides an array of knowledge perspective in NPD across multiple levels of analysis and geographic regions, including Europe, the United States, China, Japan, and India, to explore the dynamics of NPD in today’s global environment.   Presenting case studies from such industries as ICT services, semiconductors, software development, bio-technology, higher education, and even safety for children’s toys, and drawing from a variety of theoretical perspectives, including technology and knowledge management, sociology, economic geography, and organizational behavior, the authors highlight critical success and failure factors in NPD.   Among the topics covered: New product development teams, including multi-functional and multi-site teams De-localization and off-shoring of tasks and processes Individual competencies and organizational capabilities University-industry interactions, high-tech clusters, and technology transfer Technology policy

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