NFFP - Innovation Process/ Technology Development
Technology and innovation has received substantial research attention from a multitude of perspectives during the last 40 years. Typically, technology development often has a fuzzy goal of building knowledge or demonstrating feasibility, is characterized by a high degree of initial uncertainty, and is in need of extensive experimentation. Adopting structure and normative models in this type of development is a balancing act between the rational needs of the corporation and the need for exploration and innovation.
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