Management of technology and the innovative process have only recently been recognized as important managerial functions. As more organizations in the marketplace are technology-driven they need to know the methodologies and models developed to help modern managers evaluate the vast array of technologies they face, determine which ones have promise and which should be ignored, and how to profit from them in new product development. The class also explains linking business and technology strategy, new product design, building and fostering an innovative environment within your organization, and the nature of technological entrepreneurship.
4 Graduate credits
Effective August 24, 2002 to present