- Project planning.
- Conversion or application of plans.
- Consolidation of change after the insertion of new technologies.
Introduction: David Wield and Ed Rhodes.
Part I: A Core Problem Area:.
2. Managing Our Way to Economic Decline: Robert H. Hayes and William J. Abernathy.
3. Investment in Technology - The Service Sector Sinkhole?: Gregory P. Hackett.
4. The Myth of a Post-Industrial Economy: Stephen S. Cohen and John Zysman.
5. Europe's Technological Performance: Pari Patel and Keith Pavitt.
6. Technology Development and Japanese Industrial Competitiveness: B. Bowonder and T. Miyake.
Part II: The Innovation Environment:.
8. Technology, Innovation Theory and The Implementation Process: Ed Rhodes and David Wield.
9. Structural Crises of Adjustment, Business Cycles and Investment Behaviour: Christopher Freeman and Carlotta Perez.
10. Interactive Innovation in Financial and business Services: The Vanguard of The Service Revolution: Richard Barras.
11. The Selection Environment: R.R. Nelson and S.G. Winter.
12. Capturing Value From Technological Innovation: Integration, Strategic Partnering, and Licensing Decisions: David J. Teece.
Part III: Strategy and Innovation:.
14. The Global Context of Firm Level Innovation: Ed Rhodes.
15. What We Know About The Strategic Management of Technology.
16. Technologies, Products and Firms' Strategies: A Framework for Analysis: Rod Coombes and Albert Richards.
17. Issues in User-Producer Relations: Role of Government: Roy Rothwell.
18. Managing Technology in Firms in the Service Industries: A.H. Rubinstein, E. Geisler and B. Grabowski.
Part IV: The Interdependence of Technology and Organization:.
20. Coping With Advanced Manufacturing Technology: Melvin Blumberg and Donald Gerwin.
21. Islands, Archipelagos and Continents: Progress on the Road to Computer-Integrated Manufacturing: John Bessant and Bill Haywood.
22. The Successful Exploitation of new Technology in Banking: Harry Scarborough and Ronnie Lannon.
23. Manufacturing by Design: Daniel E. Whitney.
Part V: Technology, Skills and Work Organization:.
25. Industrial Change in Europe: The Pursuit of Flexible Specialization in Britain and West Germany: Christel Lane.
26. The Need for Skills in the Factory of the Future: Peter Senker and Mark Beesley.
27. Can Human Skill Survive Microelectronics?: H.H. Rosenbrock.
28. Computerised Machine Tools, Manpower Consequences and Skill Utilization: A Study of British and West German Manufacturing Firms: Gert Hartmann, Ian Nicholas, Arndt Sorge and Malcolm Warner.
29. Social Choice in the Development of Advanced Information Technology: Richard E Walton.
30. Worker Involvement in Implementing New Technology: Thomas J. Hyclack and Michael G. Kolchin.
Part VI: Financing Innovation:.
32. Implications of CAD/CAM for Management: Peter Senker.
33. Capital Budgeting as a General Management Problem: Joseph L. Bower.
34. Managing as if Tomorrow Mattered: Robert H. Hayes and David A. Garvin.
35. Charting a Course to Superior Technology Evaluation: Bela Gold.
36. The Economic Justification of advanced Manufacturing Technology (with special reference to AGVs): A.J. Pendlebury and E. Lacey.
Part VII: The Dynamics of Project Organization:.
38. Implementation as Mutual Adaptation of Technology and Organization: D. Leonard-Barton.
39. Strategy, Organizational Culture and Symbolism: Sebastian Green.
40. Information Systems and Organizational Change: Peter G.W. Keen.
41. Post-Project Appraisals Pay: Frank R. Gulliver.