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Management training in high-tech and R&D :concept for enterprises under transitionby C. M. Rob Verkoeyen
Synopses & Reviews
The concepts underlying management training differ widely between countries, as does the practice of the various management training centres in those countries. Modern management is also expected to be familiar with and to lead business entering and established in the high-tech and innovative sectors of the market. Add to this cluster the problems of managers in the companies of the former COMECON countries, and the reader will see that Management Training in High-Tech and R&D covers the most acute, leading edge developments in management training today.
Book News Annotation:
The 22 papers are directed to Russian and western government officials and business specialists who want to set up high-technology enterprises in Russia. They discuss such aspects as major factors of success in the small business sphere, peculiarities of innovative activities of small and medium high-tech enterprises, an integrated approach to business development and information systems development, managing international collaborative search projects and the impact of partnerships, technology and business auditing, knowledge and training in project management, and subjects and levels in management development.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 184-186) and index.
Table of Contents
Preface; H.Q. Muth. Reorganization of High-Tech Industries: Federal and Regional Aspects; D. Sergeev. Major Factors of Success in Small Business Sphere; A. Kobyshev. Partner-Search and Networking; C. Verkoeyen. Problems in R&D Management Training; V. Ivanov, Y. Bessarabova. Management Skills for the Science Business; H.P. Muth. Peculiarities of Innovative Activities of Small and Medium High-Tech Enterprises; A. Fursenko, V. Spivak. Some Problems of Investments in Russian High-Tech Production; V. Levitski. The Difficult, but Rewarding Way of Turning R&D Results into Business Success; M.F. Gardian. Growth Management: The Experience of Successful Russian Enterprises; I. Suvorova. From Know-How to Know-Why; C. Ergün. Management Skills for a Global Economy: The Challenge of Transition; G. Meyer Escoe. An Integrated Approach of Business Development and Information Systems Development; H.L. Leijdesdorff. The Management of International Collaborative Search Projects and the Impact of Partnerships; L. Massimo. Polish Experience with International Management Training Programs; T. Kozek. Technology and Business Auditing of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises; W. Whitlow. Cooperation of Russian and Foreign Specialists in High-Tech Management Training and Consulting; A. Fursenko, et al. Quality Control of Training: The Role of Lecturers and Students; S. Kosharnaia. Experience of Laser Association in Technical Specialists Training in Modern Management for High-Tech Industries; Y. Slomtchinskaia. Project Management: Knowledge and Training; A. Yanchevskiy. Problems of Conversion at the Obninsk Enterprises and Preparation of the Managers in the Sphere of High-Tech; I. Gonnov, A. Sorokin. Project and Quality Management Training Within the Framework of the Program Support of Small Businesses and New Economic Structures in Science and Scientific Services for High School; A. Victorov. Participants. Index.
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