2 edition of Technological change and technology strategy found in the catalog.
Technological change and technology strategy
Robert E. Evenson
Includes biographical references.
|Statement||by Robert E. Evenson and Larry E. Westphal.|
|Series||Center discussion papers -- no.709|
|Contributions||Westphal, Larry E., Yale University. Economic Growth Center.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||132|
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" Managing Technological Change is the first volume that addresses the importance of including workers and their unions in the strategy management of technological change.
It also contributes to the literature on this subject by moving beyond manufacturing and into the service and education sectors/5(5). Little is said about the organizational dimensions of technological change, and no mention is made of strategy-based partnerships with frontline technology users or their union representatives.
Most of the existing technology management literature is also limited to the manufacturing sector. Managing Technological Change is a blueprint for creating the university or college of the future a timely, nuts-and-bolts guide to changing strategies for the leaders of campuses undergoing technological by: In a globalizing world economy, the reason for differences in economic growth and inter-country income inequality is explained on the grounds of technological differences.
The goal of science and technology is to enable enterprises and individuals to use technologies more efficiently. Technological change is today central to the theory of economic growth.
It is recognised as an important driver of productivity growth and the emergence of new products from which consumers derive welfare. It depends not only on the work of scientists and engineers, but also on a wider range of economic and societal factors.
Supporting Schumpeter's characterization of technological innovation as a process of creative destruction, research supports the idea that technologies evolve over time through cycles of long periods of incremental change, which enhance and institutionalize an existing technology, punctuated by technological discontinuities in which new, radically superior technologies displace old, inferior.
Technology policy is made by public bodies at the international, national, and regional levels. Private enterprises and individuals also make policy, largely by responding to incentive systems established by public policy makers.
The chapter discusses policy options for international and multilateral agencies, as well as for national by: Technological change is a key force affecting firms’ competitive positions, and, over the past decades, a comprehensive literature has demonstrated that firms face non-trivial strategic challenges when responding to technological change conducted by rivals, and when trying to set the agenda themselves through technological innovation.
TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE AND THE WORK ENVIRONMENT ment impacts of technological change, this evidence is mixed in its quality and conclusions because of several major shortcomings. As we suggested in Chapters 2 and 5, the skill requirements and job characteristics of many of the occupational categories for the overall U.S.
economy can change. Internationalization, Technological Change and the Theory of the Firm looks in detail at various questions surrounding firms’ organisation, including why we can observe ordered paths of production, whether proximity between firms matters, and whether patenting is always worthwhile.
In addition, several essays explore technology and innovation Cited by: 6. My bibliography Save this book chapter. Technological change and technology strategy In: "Technological change and technology strategy," Handbook of Development Economics, in: Hollis Chenery & T.N.
Srinivasan (ed.), Handbook of Development O15 - Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth - - Economic Development.
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For technical questions regarding this item, or to correct its authors, title, abstract, bibliographic. Beginning with a survey of various types of defense technologies, this book argues that the overall thrust of contemporary military innovation is probably not of a revolutionary magnitude.
Some. Management of technology (MOT) is a field of study dedicated to the planning and ongoing assessment of technology in organizations, incorporating the innovation, development, and engineering processes into one discipline.
Managing Technological Change: A Strategic Partnership Approach fills a critical void by presenting an integrative, strategic, and participative approach to technology.
How has technology changed your life in the last 5, 10, or 20 years. In this lesson, you will learn the definition of technological change as well as its advantages, impacts, and several examples.
technological change” (Schmookler, 2).3 To Edwin Mansfield, the technical (technique) refers to “a utilized method of production” and technological or the technological change to “advance in knowledge to the industrial arts” or “advance in technology” or technique “first discovered” (Mansfield, b: 3, 10, 11).File Size: KB.
"Managing Technological Change is the first volume that addresses the importance of including workers and their unions in the strategy management of technological change. It also contributes to the literature on this subject by moving beyond manufacturing and into the service and education sectors.
Next, we’ll take a look at some of the technological advances currently leaving their mark on the industry and will, according to various studies, bring significant short-term changes to the sector.
The seven most important tech solutions for the tourism industry 1. Mobile Technology. This is undoubtedly the main character in the new ways of Author: Bvidal. the management of technological innovation that have grown in importance over the past two decades are technology strategy and technology entrepreneurship.
The creation of this handbook, and the inclusion of the chapters on these topics, allows attention to. An area of neglect in much of current economic theory has been its lack of attention to the impact of technological innovation on the structure and behavior of firms and the market.
This book is a comprehensive study of the economic implications of technological change for three primary institutions: the firm, the market, and the civil sector.5/5(2).
Introductions are also included for each chapter, explaining the fundamental point each reading raises and how it is integrated within the rest of the book. Managing Strategic Innovation and Change also features readings on topics including technological evolution, technology strategy, globalization, and organizational learning, offering a.
Technological change and technology strategy. Robert E. Evenson and Larry E. Westphal. Chapter 37 in Handbook of Development Economics,vol. 3, Part 1, pp from Elsevier. JEL-codes: O15 (search for similar items in EconPapers) Date: References: Add references at CitEc Citations: View citations in EconPapers () Track citations by RSS feed Cited by: Technological change (TC) or technological development, is the overall process of invention, innovation and diffusion of technology or processes.
In essence, technological change covers the invention of technologies (including processes) and their commercialization or release as open source via research. Understanding why some workers resist technological change, while others accept and facilitate it, can be crucial for the survival of many firms.
Unfortunately, the industrial relations literature on employees and technological change suffers from a lack of common focus and the absence of a Cited by: 8. Current manufacturing strategy models fall short of explaining how firms adapt to technological change and what is the source of that change.
To meet this need, we can turn to evolutionary : Viki Sonntag. 13 Globalization, Technological Change and the Spatial Organization of Economic Activity 14 Regional Clusters and Firm Strategy 15 Global Location Behavior and Organizational Dynamics of Japanese Electronics Firms and Their Impact on Regional Economies*.
Chapter 3-The Nature of the Technological Process. U.S. Policies and Technological Progress Technology and the Economic Base The Technological War General Conclusion. Chapter 4 - Strategic Analysis. Note to the Second Edition: The Creation of Technological Strategy The Elements of Technological Strategy: An Overview.
Technological change and company strategies: economic and sociological perspectives. [Rod Coombs; Paolo Saviotti; Vivien Walsh;] -- In this volume, a number of international scholars from a variety of related disciplines explore the possibility of a more unified approach to linking company strategy and technological change.
Higher Education, Technological Change, and Local Development: Experiences and Challenges in Cuban Context: /ch In the 90s, Cuban universities directed their efforts toward innovation. This “innovation turn” intended to increase the role of Higher Education (HE) in theAuthor: Jorge Núñez Jover, Galia Figueroa Alfonso, Ariamnis Alcázar Quiñones, Isvieysys Armas Marrero.
the technological environment is no longer stable. In this sense, the management of technology is really concerned with the management of technological change, and technology strategy begins with an un- derstanding of the effects of changing technology on the strategic and operational decisions of.
Meanwhile, Hema Chauhan, marketing executive at agency TMW, asked whether brand teams, technologists or agencies were best placed to implement new technology systems. The panel agreed that it is Author: David Benady.
technological change. There are two opposing historical models for technologi-cal change: technological determinism and social constructivism. Social constructivists consider social (environmental) issues, which tend to be stable rather than revolutionary, as governing the process of technological change.
Humanistic imperatives and technological change Job design and technological change Corporate culture and technological change A systems approach for managing technological change An information-processing model of organizational design for technological change Information technology and change Managing Technological Change: Organizational Aspects of Health Informatics, Edition 2 - Ebook written by Nancy M.
Lorenzi, Robert T. Riley. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Managing Technological Change: Organizational Aspects of Health Informatics, Edition 2.
Professor Haddad′s book on the management of technological change, published by Sage, emphasizes the benefits of strategic and participative approaches to technology adoption. Her current work is on the gendered dimensions of technology "About this title" may belong to /5(7).
This book scrutinizes the relationship between entrepreneurship and change in technological domains in order to discover how each element influences the other. Fresh empirical evidence is placed under the lens of recent theoretical advancements, through the exploration of entrepreneurial initiatives at firm, regional and industrial levels.
Technological Change and the Environment Adam B. Jaffe, Richard G. Newell, Robert N. Stavins. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in October NBER Program(s):Productivity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship, Environment and Energy Economics Environmental policy discussions increasingly focus on issues related to technological by: In Technological Change and the United States Navy, William M.
McBride examines how the navy dealt with technological change—from the end of the Civil War through the "age of the battleship"—as technology became more complex and the nation assumed a global by: This book presents a detailed overview of the economics and technological change in all its various dimensions.
Topics covered include: * Game-theoretic approaches to the modelling of technological change * Finance and technological change * Technological change in internatonal trade The Handbook will be essential reading for students and researchers of the economics of technological change Author: Paul Stoneman.
Handbook on the Economic Complexity of Technological Change - Ebook written by Cristiano Antonelli. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Handbook on the Economic Complexity of Technological Change.5/5(2).
A possible effect of technological change may be increased loyalty to one's profession rather than to one's organization. The effect of technological change on the manager's quest for self-actualization is still debatable. The net result of technological change for all organizations is a greater requirement for strategic planning.
"Managing Technological Change is the first volume that addresses the importance of including workers and their unions in the strategy management of technological change. It also contributes to the literature on this subject by moving beyond manufacturing and into the service and education : SAGE Publications.Other indicators of technological performance also suggest considerable Japanese strength.
Technology adoption is a critical factor in national competitive performance, and in some technologies Japanese adoption performance appears to exceed that of the U.S. economy. The rate of adoption and intensity of utilization of advanced manufacturing.