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Vol. 1

International Journal of Technology Management

2011 Vol. 53 No. 2/3/4

Special Issue on Managing Research and Development People, Projects and Technology Dimensions

Guest Editors: Associate Prof. Tugrul U. Daim, Prof. Dundar F. Kocaoglu and Associate Prof. Timothy R Anderson


PagesTitle and authors
121-148Effects of technology cycles on strategic alliances
Yi-Yu Chen, George F. Farris, Yi-Hua Chen

149-160Internal technology valuation: real world issues
Valerie Thorn, Francis Hunt, Rick Mitchell, David Probert, Rob Phaal

161-189Sectoral systems of innovation in Asia. The case of software research activities
Krzysztof Klincewicz, Kumiko Miyazaki

190-215Challenges in managing the convergence of information and product design technology in a small company
Andrew T. Walters, Huw Millward

216-237Product development for successive generations: creating decision support graphic information utilising a generalised cost performance curve
Yasuo Kusaka, Yoshiki Nakamura, Jim Brogan

238-256The use of fuzzy logic and expert judgment in the R&D project portfolio selection process
Sarah Riddell, William A. Wallace

257-272Strategic management of a transformation in a multi-program technology program involving convergence and divergence of programs: observations from NASA
Tim Kotnour, Timothy R. Bollo

273-288Trial implementation of a highly autonomous small-team-type R&D management model in a Japanese electronics company
Kazuhiko Itaya, Kiyoshi Niwa

289-308Management of technical-personnel potential: five-factor performance model and its application to management in a Japanese automotive company
Kunio Shirahada, Kiyoshi Niwa

309-330Fostering knowledge sharing through human resource management in R&D teams
Wan-Yu Chen, Bi-Fen Hsu, Mei-Ling Wang, Yen-Yu Lin

331-351Team personality composition, affective ties and knowledge sharing: a team-level analysis
Bi-Fen Hsu, Wei-Li Wu, Ryh-Song Yeh