Multinational corporations claim that their synergistic innovative capabilities--their ability to create and deploy innovations rapidly and successfully--have been enhanced by global R&D. But have they? In attempting to answer this question, the authors seemlessly integrate rigorous quantitative analysis--e.g., multivariate regression, factor analysis, and partial least squares analysis--with qualitative analysis of data from interviews and surveys.
TechnologicalInnovations in Small-Scale Industries: Case Studies of Two Foundries in Karnataka Subrahmanya, M. H. Bala Balachandra, P. Mathirajan, M..
South Asian Journal of Management, Vol. 11, No. 2, April-June 2004
The Influence of Communication Source and Mode on Consumer Adoption of TechnologicalInnovations Lee, Eun-Ju Lee, Jinkook Schumann, David W..
The Journal of Consumer Affairs, Vol. 36, No. 1, Summer 2002
Future Online Teachers' Scaffolding: What Kind of Advanced TechnologicalInnovations Would Teachers like to See in Future Distance Training Projects? Passig, David.
Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, Vol. 9, No. 4, Winter 2001
Surviving Everest: Despite TechnologicalInnovations, Climbing Everest Remains One of the World's Most Challenging Physical Endeavours. Dr Charles Clarke, Who Accompanied Chris Bonington on His 1975 and 1982 Expeditions, Discusses the Problems That Mountaineers Face at High Altitude and the Ways in Which Their Bodies React Clarke, Charles.
Geographical, Vol. 75, No. 5, May 2003
Lethal Weapon; the Long-Awaited Eurofighter Typhoon Enters Service in Britain This Summer. Its TechnologicalInnovations Will Revolutionise Air Combat, Says Neil Crossley Crossley, Neil.
The Mail on Sunday (London, England), April 7, 2002
From Looking after the Bedpans to Big Changes; Medical and TechnologicalInnovations over the Past 60 Years Have Led to Major Advances in Health Care since the NHS Was Created. Health Correspondent Emma Brady Asked Staff and Volunteers What Changes Have Had the Biggest Impact
AGENDA: From Nightingale Nurse to High Tech of Today; Medical and TechnologicalInnovations over the Past 60 Years Have Led to Major Advances in Health Care since the NHS Was Created. Health Correspondent Emma Brady Asked Staff and Volunteers What Changes Have Had the Biggest Impact
THE IDEAS EXCHANGE: ECONOMIC VIEW - America Still Has the Drive to Build More Success Stories ; Last Week's Catastrophe Could Spur the Dynamic Country into More TechnologicalInnovations McRae, Hamish.
The Independent (London, England), September 16, 2001