Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Evaluation of R and D processes|
|Series||The Artech House technology management and professional development library|
|LC Classifications||HF5415.15 .E44 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 257 p. :|
|Number of Pages||257|
|LC Control Number||96037126|
Measurements in the R & D process --Ch. 5. Manage the interaction with other functions --Ch. 6. Evaluating crossfunctional innovation teams --Ch. 7. Cycle time: outcome and output evaluation metrics --Ch. 8. From time measurement to time management --Ch. 9. Interaction and input metrics --Ch. Evaluating internal R & D processes --Ch. Technological innovations -- Evaluation. New products -- Evaluation. Contents. Ch. 1. Introduction to Evaluating R& D Process Management Ch. 2. Managing the Financial Boundary Ch. 3. Evaluating the External Commercial and Technical Tasks of R& D Ch. 4. Measurements in the R& D Process Ch. 5. Manage the Interaction With Other Functions Ch. 6. An invaluable "how to" guide for R&D managers, this book is also an excellent source of information for product managers, engineering managers, and technology management professors. Contents: 1. Introduction to Evaluating R&D Process Management: Motivation for Evaluating Projects. Government Policy Toward R&D. Finding Funds for R&D. Guide to the evaluation of R&D institutes | 9 pathway to excellence, by way of the proposal with means for improvement to enhance the institute's structure, activities and results. The proposed institutional evaluation process is, in principle, retrospective and focuses on.
This was in sharp contrast to the R&D project evaluation and R&D personnel evaluation on which articles, books, etc. abound (Clarke, ; Clarke and Reavley, , ). With few exceptions, the literature that did exist on evaluating R&D programs dealt with the evaluation of industrial R&D programs and usually in the context of measuring R&D. Experts’ Group on R&D Priority Setting and Evaluation Research and development (R&D) of innovative technologies is crucial to meeting future energy challenges. The capacity of countries to apply sound tools in developing effective national R&D strategies and programmes is becoming increasingly important. Many theoretical studies on evaluation of R&D quality can be found in the literature toward improving the theory of R&D quality assurance and R&D processes. The European Industrial Research Management Association (EIRMA) developed a model that assesses R&D effectiveness to enhance innovation through more effective market-oriented R&D . Process Evaluation Definition Process evaluations are largely qualitative investigations conducted in parallel with quantitative (‘outcome’) evaluations of policy and practice interventions, particularly but not exclusively in the health services.
Peter Teirlinck is a professor in research methods and (project) innovation management at the Strategy, Innovation & Entrepreneurship (SIE) research unit at the Faculty of Economics and Business, KU Leuven University, Belgium. His areas of research interest include innovation and R&D policy making, innovation management in SMEs, evaluation, impact assessment, Cited by: Part I. R&D Evaluation and Its Benefits program elements and processes, to select projects, to decide whether to continue or discontinue projects, and how best to modify the research direction of the R&D portfolio. Network analysis is 2 For example, applied energy R&D programs. Applied research is defined by OMB as the systematic study to gain. Chapter 1: Introduction to Evaluating R&D Process Management Overview New theories of managing change for the s are rolling out with increasing frequency: empowerment; reinventing or reengineering the corporation; tearing up the floors (fewer management layers); ripping down the internal and external walls; concurrent or simultaneous engineering; . Evaluation of R & D Processes 作者: Ellis, Lynn 出版社: Artech House on Demand 出版年: 页数: 定价: $ 装帧: HRD ISBN: 豆瓣评分.