Case study on England
Rod Coombs, Albert Richards, Commission of the European Communities. Strategic Analysis in Science and Technology Unit
Directorate-General for Science, Research and Development, Commission of the European Communities, 1994 - Reference - 47 pages
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PROBLEMS OF TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT IN ENGLAND
CONCLUSIONS AND POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS
25 ﬁrms Alvey analysis approach areas average skill levels beneﬁts Big Science business focus business unit business-unit level centres of technical corporate R&D CROMTEC study customers de-centralisation difﬁcult difﬁculties diversiﬁed emerged engineering ﬁrms engineering sector enterprises European Communities ﬁeld ﬁnancial ﬁndings ﬁrst Food sector Framework global networks HEls identiﬁed industrial interviews issues John Goddard knowledge infrastructure lack large ﬁrms larger ﬁrms management in England market-driven mechanical engineering NACE near-market overall Paper on Science paradigm three PICT practice of technology product development projects proportion R&D and technology R&D intensity R&D management reﬂect region relative sample SAST Science and Technology scientiﬁc shift shortages signiﬁcant small ﬁrms SMEs sources specialised supplier speciﬁc strategic archetypes strategic management strong structure supply chain Supply chain management technical change technical focus technology management styles technology portfolio technology transfer Type UK economy under-performance White Paper