The Handbook of Technology Management: Core Concepts, Financial Tools and Techniques, Operations and Innovation Management / Edition 1

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The discipline of technology management focuses on the scientific, engineering, and management issues related to the commercial introduction of new technologies. Although more than thirty U.S. universities offer PhD programs in the subject, there has never been a single comprehensive resource dedicated to technology management. The Handbook of Technology Management fills that gap with coverage of all the core topics and applications in the field. Edited by the renowned Doctor Hossein Bidgoli, the three volumes here include all the basics for students, educators, and practitioners.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470249475
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 1/12/2010
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1152
  • Product dimensions: 8.90 (w) x 11.10 (h) x 2.20 (d)

Table of Contents



Guide to the Handbook of Technology Management.

Reviewers List.


Volume 1: Core Concepts, Financial Tools and Techniques, Operations and Innovation Management.

Part 1: Core Concepts A Research Architecture for Technology Management Education (Michael K. Badawy).

Digital Economy (Nirvikar Singh).

Designing Sustainable Solutions: Frameworks and Tools for Considering Sustainability Issues in New Product Development (Sara L. Beckman and Nathan Shedroff).

Decision Techniques for Managing Information Technology (Daniel Port and Tung Bui).

Game Theory (Y. Narahari and Ramasuri Narayanam).

Organizational Behavior (Michael Workman).

Organizational Management (William H. Bommer and Michael Workman).

Organizational Psychology (Zinta S. Byrne).

Managing Organizational Change and Transformation (Dominie Garcia).

Knowledge Management (David Ellis and Ana Vasconcelos).

Business Ethics (Archie B. Carroll).

Negotiation (Holly Schroth).

Strategic Planning (Kenneth L. Nichols and Stephanie Welcomer).

Leadership (Richard H. G. Field and Stephanie Buddle).

Virtual Organizations (Satu Lähteenmäki, Eeli Saarinen, Iris Fischlmayr and Timo Lainema).

Managing the Virtual Workforce (Tamara L. Gillis).

Designing Workplaces to Support Creativity and Innovation (Sara L. Beckman and Peter Lawrence).

Service Oriented Architecture (Dawn G. Gregg and Mohamed Sidahmed).

IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL®) v3 (Sue Conger).

Human Resource Management (Richard J. Wagner).

Human Resource Information Systems (G. Stephen Taylor).

Virtual Work (John Gathegi and Michael Workman).

Organizational Impacts of Information Technology (Balaji Parthasarathy and Ricardo Lage).

IT Economics (James E. Goldman, Raymond A. Hansen and Victoria A. Farnsworth).

Technology Assessment and Acquisition (Tugrul U. Daim).

Technology Forecasting (Michael Verti and Irene J. Petrick).

Technology Transfer.

Strategic Management of Technology (Zafar Husain).

Competitive Strategies in Technology Management (Subhas Desa).

Part 2: Financial Tools and Techniques.

Financial Accounting (Virginia Cortijo and Ari Yezegel).

Managerial Accounting (Leslie Kren).

Return on Investment Analysis (Mark Jeffery).

Capital Budgeting (Patricia A. Ryan).

Asset Management (Vassilios Gargalas and John L. Teall).

Project Management Accounting Using Activity-Based Costing Approach (Wen-Hsien Tsai).

Engineering Economic Analysis (Olufemi A. Omitaomu).

Economics of Technological Innovation (Steven Payson).

Measuring the Value of Investments (Samuel C. Weaver).

Corporate Finance (Jonathan E. Clarke).

Cost of Capital (Thomas Hall).

Capital Structure (Charles Hickson).

Principles of Hedging (Ashok J. Robin).

Valuing High-Risk High-Return Technology Projects Using Real Options (Scott Mathews).

Project Financing (John D. Finnerty).

Risk Analysis and Mitigation for High-Tech Projects (John E. Turner).

Multinational Finance and Global Financial Market Integration (Kuntara Pukthuanthong).

Converging Towards Global Accounting Standards (Shirley A. Hunter).

Financing Strategies and Venture Capital (Ashok J. Robin and Patricia Wollan).

Mergers and Acquisitions (Robert Boehner, William Evans and Ashok J. Robin).

International Credit Markets: Players, Financing Techniques, Instruments, and Regulation (Emilios Avgouleas).

Global Investment Management (Gautam Vora).

Online Banking (Ronnie Phillips).

The ICT Sector Across Countries: A Regulatory Perspective Using DEA and Malmquist Index (Somesh K. Mathur).

Tax Considerations (Annette Nellen).

Part 3: Operations and Innovation Management

Operations Management Basics (Mike Tao Zhang and Shiming Deng).

Facility Design (Charlie Edmonson).

Product and Service Design (Bill Hollins).

Scheduling for Engineering and Technology Management (Paul Kauffmann).

Inventory Management (Shitao Yang).

Inventory and E-Commerce (Sridhar Seshadri and Dana Popescu).

Just-in-Time and Lean (Aage U. Michelsen).

Technology Project Management (Joseph F. Norton).

Enterprise Resource Planning (Zinovy Radovilsky).

Demand Forecasting (Stephen A. DeLurgio, Fred H. Hay and Carl D. Bhame).

Aggregate Planning (Adriano O. Solis).

Computer-Aided Manufacturing (Andrew Otieno).

Computer-Integrated Manufacturing (Truc T. Ngo).

New Product Development (Olivier Toubia).

Reward: How to Foster a Technology-Innovation Culture within a Large Organization: What You Can Learn from Start-up Companies (Bruce Jacob).

Innovation Management in Large Corporations (Robert C. Wolcott and Michael J. Lippitz).

Services Innovation: Assimilation, Differentiation, Inversion, and Integration (Faïz Gallouj).

Benchmarking Tools and Techniques (Dotun Adebanjo).

Statistical Process Control (Michael D. Whitt, Rodney G. Handy and Brandon Gosiengfiao).

Manufacturing Systems Engineering (Keith M. Gardiner).

Global Manufacturing: An Overview of Modern Collaborative Technologies and Product Architecture (Kyoung-Yun Kim, Leslie Monplaisir and Bimal Nepal).

Human Factors and Ergonomics (Robert W. Proctor and Kim-Phuong L. Vu).

Job Design 2.0 (Larry A. Mallak, Charlie Rupert and Bryan W. Booker).

Intelligent Manufacturing Systems (Yi Wang and Kesheng Wang).

Factories of The Future (David W. Russell).

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