Technology Exchange in the Information Age:
A Guide to Successful Cooperative R & D Partnerships
by John Lesko (editor), Phillip Nicolai (editor), Michael Steve (editor)
Technology Exchange in the Information Age offers advice, guidance, and insight for those engaged in or considering a government-industry technology partnership. It includes "best practices" and "lessons learned" drawn from an analysis of successful ventures and interviews with key practitioners and technology managers.
This new second edition covers important provisions of the recently enacted National Technology Transfer and Advancement Act as well as the development of the World Wide Web as an information resource. The accompanying companion disk contains HTML files with links to the various technology transfer-related sites on the Internet.
Technology Exchange in the Information Age provides an overview of the business environment for partnerships, and candidly captures the perceptions of both government and industry practitioners of technology exchange. It provides a pragmatic look at the cross-cultural concerns and hurdles that must be addressed to successfully negotiate, execute, and harvest cooperative R&D investments.
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Paperback: 187 pages
Publisher: Battelle Press; 2 Pap/Dsk edition (1997)