- Organising technology intelligence, planning, resource allocation, controlling, decision-making processes
- Choosing/using such processes, e.g. core competence analysis, roadmapping, bibliometrics
- Phenomenon of emergent strategies, implications for these processes
- Different management levels (lower/middle/top management), relevance to these processes
- Strategy implementation and these processes
- Entrepreneurial behaviour (promoters, gatekeepers, etc.), implications for these processes
- Strategy development:
- technology selection, make or buy, keep or sell decision making
- Technological change and technology decision-making processes
- Impact of technology intelligence/planning/controlling processes on decision making, organisational learning
- Politics, bounded rationality, etc., in technology decision making
- Linking technology strategy to company strategy and functional strategies
- Technological decision making in high velocity environments
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IJTIP aims to further the development of the field of technology intelligence and planning and related disciplines. A particular goal is to connect the research done by academics and by professionals in the field and to link it to research streams on organisational decision making and learning.Readership
IJTIP intends to disseminate knowledge and establish channels of communication between policy makers, professionals and experts working in universities, research institutions, as well as industry.Contents
IJTIP publishes original papers, theory-based empirical papers, review papers, case studies with profound implications for theory, conference reports, relevant technology intelligence and planning reports, book reviews and research notes. Commentaries on papers and reports published in the journal are encouraged. Authors will have the opportunity to respond to the commentary on their work before the entire treatment is published. Special issues devoted to important topics in technology intelligence and planning, and related topics, will be published occasionally.
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Editor in Chief
- Lichtenthaler, Eckhard, Germany
- Miyazaki, Kumiko, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
- Radnor, Michael, Northwestern University, USA
Editorial Board Members
- Alberti, Fernando, LIUC Universitŗ Cattaneo, Italy
- Antal, Ariane Berthoin, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin, Germany
- Ashton, W. Bradford, Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC), USA
- Caldwell, Barrett S., Purdue University, USA
- Chiesa, Vittorio, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
- Cohen, Susan K., University of Pittsburgh, USA
- De Meyer, Arnoud, Singapore Management University, Singapore
- Dodgson, Mark, University of Queensland, Australia
- Dou, Henri, University Aix Marseille, France
- Fleisher, Craig S., College of Coastal Georgia, USA
- Gemünden, Hans Georg, Technical University of Berlin, Germany
- Gerybadze, Alexander, Universitšt Hohenheim, Germany
- Guild, Paul, University of Waterloo, Canada
- Herstatt, Cornelius, Technische Universitšt Hamburg-Harburg (TUHH), Germany
- Kameoka, Akio, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
- Kappel, Thomas A., Danfoss Power Electronics, USA
- Klavans, Richard A., SciTech Strategies, Inc., USA
- Lichtenthaler, Ulrich, University of Mannheim, Germany
- Macdonald, Stuart, Sheffield University, UK
- Moehrle, Martin G., Universitšt Bremen, Germany
- Nobeoka, Kentaro, Kobe University, Japan
- Pizzurno, Emanuele, LIUC Universitŗ Cattaneo, Italy
- Prescott, John E., University of Pittsburgh, USA
- Probert, David, University of Cambridge, UK
- Reinmöller, Patrick, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands
- Savioz, Pascal, Mageba (Shanghai) Bridge Products Co., Ltd., China
- Tschirky, Hugo, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETHZ), Switzerland
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