TITLE

The effect of Organizational Structure on Technology Transfer

AUTHOR(S)
Haeri, Seyyed Kazem; Rangian, Hassanali; Marjani, Seyyed Mahmood
PUB. DATE
May 2014
SOURCE
Journal of Applied Sciences Research;2014, Vol. 10 Issue Special, p445
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
As it is obvious, using technology in organizations brings about development and optimization of organizational operations. According to progresses in technology, managers have been encouraged to change existing organizational structures and design new methods of organizational structures, which have a better congruence with requirements of workplaces. Based on new rules of competition, organizations need to adapt to change and technology advantage, not traditional structures. In this study, besides reviewing characteristics of different organizational structures, their effects on transferring technology are studied as well. Also, other effective factors on technology transfer in organization and current and future conditions are analyzed.
ACCESSION #
96976811

 

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