Strategies for Innovation. Creating Successful Products, Systems, and Organizations. Wiley Series in Systems Engineering and Management

  • ID: 2175698
  • Book
  • 272 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The principles of successful market–oriented and human–centered design are used to analyze the formation of a good business enterprise. Focusing on technology based enterprises, the author elaborates on the powerful methods for planning, organization and control; and on starting, growing and maturing organizations that create human–centered products and systems. Case studies include the aerospace, computer and electronics industries, as well as technology–oriented government institutions.
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Design for Success.

Case Studies.

Characteristics of Successful Enterprises.

A Model of the Enterprise.

Strategic Planning.

A Structured Approach to Planning.

Case Studies.

Management and Administration.

The Business Plan.

Implications for Senior Management.

The Broader Context of Innovation.

Indexes.
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William B. Rouse
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