Department of Finance & 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
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.