Management of Technology: Managing Effectively in Technology-Intensive Organizations

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Wiley, May 25, 2005 - Technology & Engineering - 400 pages
* Presents assessment methods for organization and management processes.
* Provides special tools and techniques for managing and organizing R&D, new product, and project-oriented challenges.
* Includes real-world case studies.

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Managing in an eBusiness World
Organizing the HighTechnology Enterprise
Concurrent Engineering and Integrated Product Development

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HANS J. THAMHAIN, PHD, is Professor of Management and Director of the Technology and Project Management Programs at Bentley College in Waltham, Massachusetts. His industrial experience includes twenty years in high-technology management positions at GTE/Verizon, General Electric, Westinghouse, and ITT. Well known for his research on project team leadership, he is the author of more than seventy research papers and five professional reference books on project and technology management. In 2000, he received the IEEE Engineering Management Society's Engineering Manager of the Year Award.

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