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Patent Filing Strategies And Patent Management

Author : Florian Jell
ISBN : 9783834971180
Genre : Business & Economics
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Florian Jell empirically investigates the objectives that companies pursue with their patenting activities and presents empirical insights into how patent management is organized within industrial companies. The book concludes with a case study of how a company reacted to its competitor’s patenting – which led to a patent arms race.

Motoren Der Innovation

Author : Carsten Schultz
ISBN : 9783658061357
Genre : Business & Economics
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​Diese Schrift erscheint zu Ehren von Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Hans Georg Gemünden (TU Berlin). Die betriebswirtschaftliche Innovationsforschung befähigt Unternehmen, erfolgreich Innovationen zu initiieren, Innovationsprojekte durchzuführen und neue Produkte und Dienstleistungen in den Markt einzuführen. Es werden Anforderungen an die strategischen, organisatorischen und kulturellen Rahmenbedingungen abgeleitet und unternehmensinterne und -externe Motoren der Innovation aufgezeigt. Unternehmensintern wird die Rolle des Menschen, unnternehmensextern wird die Einbindung von Wertschöpfungspartnern und Kunden im Innovationsprozess betont. Einer der herausragenden Protagonisten in vielen dieser Themengebiete ist Prof. Gemünden. Die Beitragsautoren gehen der Frage nach, wie sich die Anforderungen an das Innovationsmanagement in Zukunft ändern und welche Zukunftsperspektiven sich daraus für die Praxis und Forschung eröffnen.


Author : Lothar Walter
ISBN : 9783110443431
Genre : Business & Economics
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Patents are a time-honored and proven tool for protecting inventions. Since patents have critical importance for the success of a company, expert patent management has become a core task in technology-oriented organizations. This textbook shows how it is possible to proactively boost a company’s success through a three-stage patent management process.

Managing Innovation Technology And Entrepreneurship

Author : Fred Phillips
ISBN : 9781841264486
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book offes an overview of all three subjects - innovation, technology and entrepreneurship - that fits well with the compressed curricula in modern MBA programs. The affordable and easy-to-carry volume fits the needs of students in the targeted countries. If offers a comprehensive approach whereas other competing books are dated and/or deal only with two of the three subjects found in this book.

Driving The Economy Through Innovation And Entrepreneurship

Author : Department of Management Studies,
ISBN : 9788132207467
Genre : Business & Economics
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Modern technologies are central to creation of wealth through business expansion leading to economic development. This is visible in the fast-paced technology-induced economic growth experienced by most countries, especially by rapidly growing economies such as India, China, Brazil, South Korea, among others. Increasing individual scientific contribution, nurturing entrepreneurial talent, promoting innovative competence, strategically prioritizing and investing in technologies and enhancing national economic wealth are some of the important Technology Management goals. Technology Management has emerged as a strategic and knowledge domain of interest to academicians, practitioners, and policy makers across the globe. Technology Management has also evolved into an inter-disciplinary concern which requires national and international collaborations and exchange of insights. Keeping this objective in mind the International Conference on Technology Management is organized by the Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, a leader in research and education in Technology Management for the last several decades. This conference aims at integrating experiences of academicians, industry leaders, Technology Managers and Innovators towards effective knowledge creation and economic development. The contributions of the present volume are presented at the International Conference on Technology Management-2012 during 18-20 July 2012.

Managing Innovation And Entrepreneurship In Technology Based Firms

Author : Michael J. C. Martin
ISBN : 0471572195
Genre : Business & Economics
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While innovation may be the lifeblood of technology based industry, it does not guarantee success to the individual firm within it. The ability to bring useful and desirable products to market in a timely, cost-effective fashion requires the unique talents of managers armed with an arsenal of modern principles and methodologies specifically geared to the technology invention and innovation process. But even in technology based firms, many managers have only scant technical background, while scientists and engineers may have little or no management training. And courses on managing technology based firms are currently taught only in a meager handful of universities. This book grew out of Michael J. C. Martin's experiences developing and teaching courses in managing technological innovation-entrepreneurship to business, engineering, and science students. It provides a dynamic framework within which managers from virtually any professional background can develop efficient, highly productive work systems guaranteed to maximize a high-tech firm's competitive edge. Throughout, the emphasis is on leveraging a company's strategic advantage. To that end, the author provides a host of "battle-tested" tools of the trade, including technology development programs, industry- and market-specific strategic plans, R&D project planning techniques, socioeconomic forecasting and market analysis techniques, and techniques for matching company capabilities with customer and product demands. All of the tools and techniques presented are applicable to the development of a broad range of products, from small high-tech consumer goods to large and complex systems such as aircraft and heavy weapons technology. Anindispensable survival tool in today's hypercompetitive international high-tech marketplace, Managing Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Technology Based Firms is must reading for industrial engineers, project managers, and R&D managers.

Proceedings For The 8th Europen Conference On Innovation And Entrepreneurship

Author : Stijn Kelchtermans
ISBN : 9781909507593
Genre : Entrepreneurship
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Ecie2012 7th European Conference On Innovation And Entrepreneurship

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ISBN : 9781908272874
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Patent Management And Valuation

Author : Grid Thoma
ISBN : 9781317405719
Genre : Business & Economics
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Research on patent valuation has become increasingly important in academic and policy circles in the last few decades. In part, this is the outcome of the wide consensus that innovation is a crucial ingredient for growth at various levels. On the other hand, there has also been an overcoming of growth models unilaterally focused on technological-oriented approaches. This book presents novel and original research on patent value determinants, which are intrinsic or extrinsic to the innovator's business model. Grid Thoma has undertaken a long study on the strategic factors affecting patent valuation, bringing extensive quantitative evidences across various geographical and institutional contexts. Beforehand, the valuation of the patent real options is appraised when the innovator can postpone the additional investment required for the patent's successful exploitation. Then, he analyses what other complemental IP strategies are combined with patenting that in turn directly affect the value of patents. Moreover, the book scrutinizes the so-called 'strategic patenting' hypothesis according to which innovators obtain patents for other reasons beyond gaining IP protection. A second order of strategic factors affecting the value of patents resides at the outset of the invention process. These are constituted by knowledge spillovers, which are typically mediated by the local geographical context where the invention process takes place. The analysis shows that the contribution of knowledge spillovers from business and nonbusiness organizations to the value of the patented R&D constitutes a relevant aspect for an innovator's decision making. This thoughtful, cutting-edge research book is vital reading for researchers, academics, and policy decision makers in the area of in market valuation, management of technology, innovation management, and economic geography.

Innovation And Entrepreneurship In Biotechnology An International Perspective

Author : Damian Hine
ISBN : 9781845428853
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book is aimed at providing a large audience, including practitioners, politicians and decision-makers, with useful insights in relation to innovation and entrepreneurship in the biotechnology industry. It offers an international perspective and a set of theoretical lenses to underline the roles and the effects of entrepreneurship and scientific innovation as key factors to support new firm emergence and to achieve and maintain competitiveness in this so important industry. Alain Fayolle, EM Lyon, CERAG Laboratory, France and Solvay Business School, Belgium The biotechnology industry across the globe is growing dramatically in line with rapidly emerging scientific and technological developments. This book explores both the theoretical and practical aspects of entrepreneurship in the biotechnology industry, focusing on the innovation processes underpinning success for new biotechnology firms (NBFs). It argues that biotechnology is at a crossroads: to date the science has been solid, yet commercial success remains elusive, and that it will be the commercial success of NBFs which will dictate the long term viability of this crucial industry. The authors go on to examine the roles played by both entrepreneurship and innovation in the competitiveness of biotechnology companies through a focus on: intellectual property strategies, product development, valuing biotechnology ventures, funding innovation and R&D, alliances and networking, changing industry structures evidenced through the shifting value chain and the impact of globalization on the changing industry and organizational life cycles. International case studies with a focus on human biosciences support the important theoretical developments at the heart of this book. Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Biotechnology offers original and valuable insights to researchers, academics and students as well as to practitioners involved with innovation and entrepreneurship in the field of biotechnology.

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