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Management Training in High-Tech and R&D : Concept for Enterprises under Transition

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Innovative actIvItIes on the development of which Russia puts its hopes for the preservation and successful reconstruction of the former USSR applied science are based on three key factors: funding, infrastructure and management. These factors are of equal significance, however, under today's economic conditions in Russian two latter ones become of critical importance. This determines the range of readers to whom the present book is addressed: - representatives of official institutions both Russian and international in charge of technological and scientific sphere reorganization, high-tech industry conversion, market transformations under transit economies; ~ Western experts, lecturers, consultants participating in the implementation of various bilateral and international programs according to the above mentioned directions; - Russian specialists establishing new high-tech enterprises and organizations and corresponding innovative infrastructure. This book brought to readers' attention includes edited presentations at NATO Advanced Research Workshop (ARW) "Concept of Management Training for in High-Tech, Science and R&D" (1-5 July, 1996, St.Petersburg, Russia).
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Product details

  • Hardback | 198 pages
  • 155 x 235 x 12.7mm | 1,050g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1997 ed.
  • VIII, 198 p.
  • 0792344316
  • 9780792344315

Table of contents

Preface; H.Q. Muth. Reorganization of High-Tech Industries: Federal and Regional Aspects; D. Sergeev. Major Factors of Success in Small Business Sphere; A. Kobyshev. Partner-Search and Networking; C. Verkoeyen. Problems in R&D Management Training; V. Ivanov, Y. Bessarabova. Management Skills for the Science Business; H.P. Muth. Peculiarities of Innovative Activities of Small and Medium High-Tech Enterprises; A. Fursenko, V. Spivak. Some Problems of Investments in Russian High-Tech Production; V. Levitski. The Difficult, but Rewarding Way of Turning R&D Results into Business Success; M.F. Gardian. Growth Management: The Experience of Successful Russian Enterprises; I. Suvorova. From Know-How to Know-Why; C. Ergun. Management Skills for a Global Economy: The Challenge of Transition; G. Meyer Escoe. An Integrated Approach of Business Development and Information Systems Development; H.L. Leijdesdorff. The Management of International Collaborative Search Projects and the Impact of Partnerships; L. Massimo. Polish Experience with International Management Training Programs; T. Kozek. Technology and Business Auditing of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises; W. Whitlow. Cooperation of Russian and Foreign Specialists in High-Tech Management Training and Consulting; A. Fursenko, et al. Quality Control of Training: The Role of Lecturers and Students; S. Kosharnaia. Experience of Laser Association in Technical Specialists Training in Modern Management for High-Tech Industries; Y. Slomtchinskaia. Project Management: Knowledge and Training; A. Yanchevskiy. Problems of Conversion at the Obninsk Enterprises and Preparation of the Managers in the Sphere of High-Tech; I. Gonnov, A. Sorokin. Project and Quality Management Training Within theFramework of the Program Support of Small Businesses and New Economic Structures in Science and Scientific Services for High School; A. Victorov. Participants. Index.
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