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by Peter Sammons

Download The Outsourcing RD Toolkit: Outsourcing Research and Development Toolkit ePub
  • ISBN 0566083140
  • ISBN13 978-0566083143
  • Language English
  • Author Peter Sammons
  • Publisher Routledge (August 30, 2000)
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  • Category Business
  • Subcategory Management and Leadership
  • Size ePub 1111 kb
  • Size Fb2 1871 kb
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Research and Development (R&D) is a key ’factor of production’ in the global business environment and yet there can be no doubt that research budgets are under attack as never before. International competitive pressure means that companies, and countries, must innovate or die even though funding is often decreasing. The answer to this dichotomy is to ensure better value for money - and this toolkit will lead you towards that goal. The Outsourcing R&D Toolkit comprehensively covers the strategic and tactical issues necessary for a company to decide whether, and to what extent, to buy in their knowledge-based services. Having done this it then goes on to provide a toolbox of commercial materials to enable better control of external R&D projects. It consists of two main Parts: ¢ Part I: Buying Research Services - this provides an up-to-date briefing on contract R&D, practices, procedures and pitfalls. It includes 70+ learning points which highlight issues particularly important to companies buying-in R&D services. ¢ Part II: Contract Research Toolbox of template contract and contract management documents including instructions for use: these materials are subtly tailored to the commercial interests of the knowledge buyer and form a contracting system in their own right. They may also be used to benchmark existing company practices and procedures. Buying in R&D services is undoubtedly the way of the future and a core management competence across all industrial sectors. The Outsourcing R&D Toolkit will stop you from being left behind!

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International competitive pressure means that companies, and countries, must innovate or die even though funding is often decreasing. The answer to this dichotomy is to ensure better value for money - and this toolkit will lead you towards that goal. The Outsourcing R&D Toolkit comprehensively covers the strategic and tactical issues necessary for a company to decide whether, and.

Routledge Published August 14, 2000 Reference - 256 Pages ISBN 9780566083143 - CAT Y232189. Having done this it then goes on to provide a toolbox of commercial materials to enable better control of external R&D projects.

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Appendix 1& Outsourcing R&D Toolkit. Appendix 2& Memo.

Publisher: Routledge. The acquisition and management of knowledge as an end in itself is relatively new, but has grown in importance on most managers agendas over the past fifteen years and is something that many managers are still fundamentally ill-equipped to control effectively. Appendix 1& Outsourcing R&D Toolkit.

The outsourcing R&D toolkit. Published 2000 by Gower in Aldershot, Burlington, Vt. Written in English.

R&D can be conducted in-house, under contract, or jointly with others. Organizations that do outsourcing R&D work for businesses include the following: universities, government labs, independent R&D organizations, suppliers, and other companies.

Book Condition: Contains moderate highlighting which does not obscure the text. Peter Simon, BSc, PMP, FAPM, has 30 years of experience as a project management consultant and practitioner across all industries and business sectors. Minor scuff to the spine. Overall, a clean book. He is now Managing Partner of Lucidus Consulting Limited.

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