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- Nurturing successful innovation. Sheridan, John H. // Industry Week/IW;05/18/98, Vol. 247 Issue 10, p16
Focuses on innovation while stating that the real magic is in nurturing and managing an organization's commitment to the development of an idea. Comments from Mark Sebell, founder and chief executive officer (CEO) of Creative Realities Incorporated; Information on the firm; Listing of obstacles...
- Love that fast lane. Poe, Randall; Courter, Carol Lee // Across the Board;Oct93, Vol. 30 Issue 8, p5
Reports on a survey by OfficeTeam of executives' views on the impact of technological advancements on business tempo. Disagreement with research; Managers' integration of technology into workplace; Adaptation to computers.
- The evolution of the silver bullet. Burgetz, Bruce // CMA Magazine;Apr92, Vol. 66 Issue 3, p8
Discusses the continuous improvement done to evolve and streamline the development technology. How many International Standards (IS) organizations are addressing the topic of development technologies; Components of the rapid application development (RAD) proposed by James Martin; Factors that...
- Managing discontinuous innovation. Rice, Mark P.; O'Connor, Gina Colarelli; Peters, Lois S.; Morone, Joseph G. // Research Technology Management;May/Jun98, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p52
Focuses on the mechanisms and practices under management's control that can help to further the discontinuous innovation process. Difference between incremental changes and breakthroughs; Setting the boundaries for discontinuous innovation; Ways to stimulate the process.
- Encourage the Wallaces of this world. Ross, Ian M. // Research Technology Management;May/Jun98, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p59
States that when a major technology breakthrough occurs, its further development should not be restricted to the originally intended applications. Background information on R. Wallace, a researcher at Bell Labs. INSET: Inventing the transistor.
- Information management. Gotleib, Leo // CMA Magazine;Nov93, Vol. 67 Issue 9, p8
Comments on the difference people make in the use of new technology. Change management; Remote technical support using sophisticated help facilities, problem tracking and resolution software, and voice mail; Benefits of satisfaction surveys.
- Where's the beef? Fagiano, David // Management Review;Oct93, Vol. 82 Issue 10, p4
Comments on the partnership of planning methodology and technological advances. Using advanced technology as a planning driver; Putting relevant technological advances upfront as part of the normal environmental scan.
- Why New Technologies Fail. Griffith, Terri L.; Zammuto, Raymond F.; Aiman-Smith, Lynda // Industrial Management;May/Jun99, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p29
Examines the problems confronting project nanagers (PM) in bringing visibility to the implementation process for new technologies. Why advices offered by technology implementation models are often overlooked; Three-step process to aid the PM in bringing visibility to implementation issues;...
- Sustaining profitable growth: Strategies for enterprise-wide innovation. // CMA Management;Mar2000, Vol. 74 Issue 2, p8
Focuses on Gemini Consulting's report `Sustaining Profitable Growth: Strategies for Enterprise-Wide Innovation,' on tools needed by executive teams to foster and profit from successful innovation. Key issues addressed; Contact information.