tmgt540 | Graduate
Management Of R&D And Innovation Processes
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Special Issues in Innovation and R&D
- Evaluate other issues connected with innovation and R&D.
- Mitigate other issues connected with innovation and R&D.
- Identify other issues connected with innovation and R&D.
Summary of Innovation and R&D
- Analyze the paradox of innovation, research, and development.
- Determine the effect of technology on business and its relation to innovation.
- Explore change and how it relates to innovation.
Overview of Innovation
- Define innovation.
- Discuss needs for innovation.
- Identify types of innovation.
- Analyze case studies of innovation.
Innovation in the Organization-Why?
- Explain the relevance of innovation in organizations.
- Identify reasons for innovation in organizations.
- Assess the impact of disruptive technology on innovation strategy.
Innovation in the Organization-How?
- Identify attributes of an environment that promote innovation.
- Evaluate management techniques to promote innovation.
Research and Development
- Identify steps in the research process.
- Discuss the preliminary design process, prototypes, testing, and the final design process.
- Analyze case studies of research and development.
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