Strategic Planning Decisions in the High Tech Industry
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Dilek Cetindamar is Professor at the School of Management, Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey. She conducts research in the area of entrepreneurship and technology management. She has been visitor in several US and European universities. She has published many books and journal articles and was the recipient of the Encouragement Award from the Turkish Academy of Sciences.
Tugrul Daim is an Associate Professor and PhD Program Director in the Department of Engineering and Technology Management at Portland State University. Prior to joining PSU, he had worked at Intel Corporation for over a decade in varying management roles. Dr. Daim has been consulting to several organizations in sectors ranging from energy to medical device manufacturing. He is also a visiting professor with the Northern Institute of Technology at Technical University of Hamburg, Harburg. He has been recently appointed as Extraordinary Professor at the Graduate School of Technology Management at University of Pretoria in South Africa.
Nuri A Basoglu is Professor at the Department of Management Information Systems, Bogaziçi University, Istanbul and visiting Izmir Institute of Technology, Izmir, Turkey. He has been visitor in US and European universities. His interests include technology management, electronic health and change management. He has published a book and many journal articles and was the recipient of the award of Emerald Literati Network.
Berna Beyhan is a Researcher at the Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. She received her PhD degree in Science and Technology Policy Studies at Middle East Technical University in Ankara. Her main research interests are university-industry interactions, academic entrepreneurship, technology transfer in nanotechnology and emerging technologies.
The scale and complexity of research and practices of open innovation mandate a correspondingly sophisticated form of decision making. Strategic Planning Decisions brings together a number of tools that ease the decision process in technology companies, providing both conceptual frameworks and practical applications.
Innovative approaches are presented such as an ontology-based model where all the relevant aspects of a potential technology are interrelated to provide a comprehensive and logically connected data pool for decision makers. Divided into two sections, Strategic Planning Decisions describe both strategic approaches using the decision tools, and tactical approaches. Some of these tools are expanded while some others are embedded in a model that will lay the ground for practical application. These include:
lead user, six sigma, and
multi-actor & multi-objective decision making methods
Recent research and relevant theory are balanced with up–to–date practical applications and hands–on techniques making Strategic Planning Decisions ideal for engineers who wish to keep up–to–date with current ideas in the field of TM. It also provides workable methods for practising managers from all levels who wish to apply a more rigorous approach in their work and consultants concerned with technology assessment and its management.
; February 2013
259 pages; ISBN 9781447148876Read online
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Title: Strategic Planning Decisions in the High Tech Industry
Author: Dilek Cetindamar; Tugrul U. Daim; Berna Beyhan; Nuri Basoglu
1.Strategic Planning Decisions: An Overview.- PART I.Strategic Approaches.- 2.No Escape from the Dominant Theories: The Analysis of Intellectual Pillars of Technology Management in Developing Countries.- 3.Ontology- and Function-based Technology Model for decision making in new Product Development.- 4.Strategic Foresight Methodology to Identifying Business Opportunities and Technology Trends.- 5.Strategic Planning for Research Institutions.- 6.Platform Emergence in Double Unknown.- 7.Imovator’s Dilemma: How to Decide When to be Offensive and When to be Defensive?.- 8.Technology Acquisition by Collaboration: A Theoretical Framework.- PART II. Tactical Approaches.- 9.Decision-making for New Technology: A multi-actor, multi-objective Method.- 10.Evaluating and Communicating the Value of Technology: Concept and Practice.- 11.The Role of Policy Intervention for Technology Management.- 12.Utilizing Risk Analysis and Scenario Planning for Technology Roadmapping.- 13.Application of Six Sigma Methodology and Use of Data in Decision-Making in the Fixed Line Planning Process.