Managing Foreign R & D Laboratories in China

@inproceedings{Zedtwitz2003ManagingFR,
  title={Managing Foreign R & D Laboratories in China},
  author={Maximilian von Zedtwitz},
  year={2003}
}
Local R&D laboratories are traditionally a primary source of information and technology involving local talent and intelligence. This paper focuses on R&D units established by foreign companies in China, investigating their R&D mission, laboratory management, integration with the parent organizations, and overall performance. The research is based on 28 qualitative expert interviews with local R&D directors and managers conducted in 2001 and 2002, using a semi-structured research questionnaire… CONTINUE READING
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