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Understanding management of technology as a dynamic capability: Case study by dynamic analysis model for technology management activities

  title={Understanding management of technology as a dynamic capability: Case study by dynamic analysis model for technology management activities},
  author={H. Hayashida and H. Funashima and H. katayama-Yoshida},
  journal={2013 Proceedings of PICMET '13: Technology Management in the IT-Driven Services (PICMET)},
This study is part of our attempt to understand the management of technology (MOT) through the lens of dynamic models. Technological evolution creates new products, market opportunities, services, and organizational developments. For chemical firms, in particular, new materials or product developments are the cornerstone of sustainable competitiveness. Effective and dynamic technology management is essential for converting these developments into products of tangible value. MOT has previously… Expand

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