Handbook of technology management

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McGraw-Hill, Jun 1, 1996 - Business & Economics - 912 pages
Master the proven principles of technology management (TM) to improve your company's financial performance and competitive position. Handbook of Technology Management, edited by Gerard H. Gaynor, gives you an enterprise-wide view of technology to help you manage your business as a system. . .optimize investments in technology. . .achieve efficient business integration. . .and monitor and measure TM effectiveness. Detailed case studies illustrate the TM efforts of such organizations as Motorola and Digital Equipment--valuable lessons you can use to ensure the success of your own company.

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Appendix A Institutions Offering Courses or Advanced Degrees
The Contribution of Technology to Competitive
A Business Architecture for Technology Management

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About the author (1996)

Gerard H. (Gus) Gaynor (Minneapolis, MN) has more than 45 years' experience as a manager, including 24 years at 3M. He is the author of" Innovation by Design"(0-8144-0696-3).