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Organization of R&D: An Evaluation of Best Practices

  • Authors
  • Pradosh¬†Nath
  • N.¬†Mrinalini

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Pradosh Nath, N. Mrinalini
    Pages 1-5
  3. Pradosh Nath, N. Mrinalini
    Pages 6-14
  4. Pradosh Nath, N. Mrinalini
    Pages 15-25
  5. Pradosh Nath, N. Mrinalini
    Pages 26-39
  6. Pradosh Nath, N. Mrinalini
    Pages 40-55
  7. Pradosh Nath, N. Mrinalini
    Pages 56-85
  8. Pradosh Nath, N. Mrinalini
    Pages 86-111
  9. Pradosh Nath, N. Mrinalini
    Pages 112-124
  10. Pradosh Nath, N. Mrinalini
    Pages 125-130
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 131-180

About this book

Introduction

Being in the business of generation and dissemination of knowledge, R&D organizations have to attain a balance between revenue generation and creation of knowledge advantage for clients. Based on a global study, this book argues that R&D organizations must not become market driven but must internalise the market in the organisational processes through developing partnerships with clients. The book uses the benchmarking technique to evaluate organisational best practices for enhancing the effectiveness of R&D organisations.

Keywords

business human resources Organisation organization organizations

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