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Global Higher Education Technology Transfer Office Staffing & Compensation

  • Published: December 2011
  • Region: Global
  • 54 Pages
  • Primary Research Group

Derived from our popular Global Higher Education Technology Transfer Office Benchmarks, this condensed report focuses solely on the staffing, salary, and budget concerns of technology transfer offices. Extensive departmental employment statistics are provided for 2009, 2010, and 2011, including total spending on direct office salaries and allocations for outside personnel serving in the tech transfer office. With over 100 tables broken out by country, enrollment, technological area, institution, and number of employees, the report sheds light on the changing sizes and budgets of these offices. How many individuals has the university assigned from other departments to work for the tech transfer office? How many employees have over 10 years of service? These questions and more are answered in this 54-page report based on information provided by 35 university technology transfer offices in the US, the UK, and Europe.

LIST OF TABLES
QUESTIONNAIRE
PARTICIPANTS
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
SUMMARY OF MAIN FINDINGS

CHAPTER ONE: STAFFING METRICS FOR THE UNIVERSITY TECHNOLOGY OFFICE
Question One: How many individuals (FTE) were employed directly in the technology transfer or similar office in 2009?
Question Two: How many individuals (FTE) were employed directly in the technology transfer or similar office in 2010?
Question Three: How many individuals (FTE) are projected to be employed directly in the technology transfer or similar office in 2011?
Question Four: How many individuals (FTE) has the university assigned from other departments (FTE) to work for the technology transfer office in 2009?
Question Five: How many individuals (FTE) has the university assigned from other departments (FTE) to work for the technology transfer office in 2010?
Question Six: How many individuals (FTE) has the university assigned from other departments (FTE) to work for the technology transfer office projected for 2011?

CHAPTER TWO: COMPENSATION TRENDS FOR UNIVERSITY TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER OFFICES
Question Seven: What was the office’s total spending on direct office salaries in 2009?
Question Eight: What was the office’s total spending on direct office salaries in 2010?
Question Nine: What is the forecast of the offices total spending on direct office salaries in 2011?
Question Ten: What was the estimated university total spending on allocated salaries for personnel from other university departments that served in your department in 2009?
Question Eleven: What was the estimated university total spending on allocated salaries for personnel from other university departments that served in your
department in 2010?
Question Twelve: What is the forecast of the estimated university total spending on allocated salaries for personnel from other university departments that
served in your department in 2011?
Question Thirteen: What is the number of years served at the university in his/her current position for the chief administrative officer in the technology transfer
office?
Question Fourteen: How many office direct employees in the technology transfer office have over 5 years of service?
Question Fifteen: How many employees in the technology transfer office have over 10 years of service?

CHAPTER THREE: BUDGET
Question Sixteen: What was the overall budget for the office in 2010? In US$
Question Seventeen: What had been the overall budget in 2009? In US$
Question Eighteen: What do you expect will be the office budget for 2011? In US$

- Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
- Boston University OTD
- Cardiff University
- Case Western Reserve University
- City University London
- Clemson University Research Foundation
- Florida State University
- Isis Innovation, University of Oxford
- Johns Hopkins University
- Joslin Diabetes Center
- Michigan Technological University
- National Jewish Health
- North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University
- Ohio University
- Oregon Health & Science University
- Oregon State University
- REWACO
- Rush University Medical Center
- The University of Toledo
- UH Off of Tech Trans & Econ Dev
- University of Aberdeen
- University of Guelph
- University of Louisville
- University of Manitoba
- University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey
- University of Michigan
- University of North Dakota
- University of Notre Dame
- University of Surrey
- University of the West of Scotland
- Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties
- Wake Forest University Baptist
- Wichita State University

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