Chang, T.-Y., 2006. The management of innovative projects by university scientists: an exploratory study of PM practices and performance in biotechnology sector. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath.
This study explored the management of university-industry collaborations (UICs). Although increasingly important for delivering innovation in many sectors, policy research has expressed concern about the detailed performance of these inter-organisational arrangements. Moreover, although well researched as a knowledge-based economic phenomenon there is much less equivalent managerial research, especially from the perspective of university scientists. Therefore, owing to the paucity of such research, this thesis investigated the adoption of particular project management (PM) practices by university scientists and their subsequent impact on innovative project performance. Four research questions were defined and they were developed, refined and tested within a two-stage process.
|Item Type ||Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD))|
|Uncontrolled Keywords||project management, university scientists, innovation|
|Departments||School of Management|
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