Boutellier, Roman

Managing Global Innovation

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Table of contents

Part I. Challenges and Trends

1. Challenges of Organizing International Research & Development

2. Extent of R&D Internationalization

3. Foreign R&D in China

4. Internal Drivers

5. External Drivers

6. Establishing Overlaying Structures

7. Organizing Virtual R&D Teams

Part II. Emerging Patterns

8. The Market as a Challenge for R&D

9. Technology Listening Posts

10. Managing the International R-to-D Interface

11. Transnational R&D Processes

12. Information & Communication Technologies

13. Directors of International R&D Labs

14. Managing Knowledge and Human Resources

Part III. Best-in-Class: The Pharmaceutical and Chemical Industry

15. DuPont: Gaining the Benefits of Global Networks — from the Science Base to the Market Place

16. Hoffmann-La Roche: Global Differentiation between Research and Development

17. Schering: Synchronized Drug Development

18. Ciba: International Research Laboratories in Japan: Practical Validation of a Strategic Concept

19. Kao: Localizing R&D Resources

Part IV. Best-in-Class: The Electronics, Software, and Service Industry

20. Xerox: The Global Market and Technology Innovator

21. Canon: R&D-Driver for Continuous Growth and Diversification

22. Hewlett-Packard: Planet-Wide Patterns in the Company’s Technology Tapestry

23. IBM: Using Global Networks for Virtual Development

24. SAP: Global Intellectual Property Management in the Software Industry Sector

25. Unisys: Localization of Software Development

26. Huawei: Globalizing through Innovation

27. Fujitsu: Solutions for the Ubiquitous Networking World

28. Swiss Re: Global Intellectual Property Management in the Financial Services Industry

Part V. Best-in-Class: The Electrical and Machinery Industry

29. ABB: Management of Technology: Think Global, Act Local

30. Daimler: Global Knowledge Sourcing and Research

31. Schindler: Institutionalizing Technology Management and R&D Core Competencies

32. Hitachi: Management Practices for Innovation in Global Industrial Research

33. Leica Microscopy: International Transfer of R&D Activities

34. MTU: Partner in International High-Tech-Cooperations

35. BMW Group: Strategic Framework for Global Innovation to Enhance the Efficiency of Global R&D

36. Siemens: Flying with the Dragon - Innovation in China

Part VI. Implications

37. Implications for Organizing Global R&D


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Keywords: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Management Science BUS042000

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