Department of Finance and Decision Sciences
Selecting R&D projects for technology-based innovation: An application of the core model approach
To optimize the use of knowledge when selecting R&D projects for technology-based innovation, all possible techniques - whether based on mathematical programming, or behavior, organization and information, or strategic consistency and integration - should be considered. We present a readily operationalized and flexible approach to this task, under which different project selection techniques are rendered comparable with reference to the normative methodology in economics and relevance to a core-model description of the real world in any application. ©2009 IEEE.
Core model, Knowledge management, Project selection, R&D, Technology-based innovation
Source Publication Title
The IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management
Hong Kong, China
Link to Publisher's Edition
Cheung, Michael Tow, Paul F. Greenfield, and Ziqi Liao. "Selecting R&D projects for technology-based innovation: An application of the core model approach." The IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (2009): 974-977.