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Bowling with a Crystal Ball: How to predict technology trends, create disruptive implementations and navigate them through industry.
by Yoram Solomon (Author)
This book explains an important trend: the creation of new markets using a range of disruptive and collaborative techniques, and the massive stakes involved. Anyone who wants to understand technology ecosystems and their impact will find this book essential reading. Particularly useful are the sections on derivative disruption and implementations, standards development organizations, and technology trending.
Networks, Alliances and Partnerships in the Innovation Process (Economics of Science, Technology and Innovation)
by John de la Mothe (Editor), Albert N. Link (Editor)
Why we should be concerned about networks, alliances, and partnerships in the innovation process in the 21st century.