English, Article edition: VALUE ADDITION TO TECHNOLOGY ORGANIZATIONS: THE SIX-DIMENSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES C. M. CHANG

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  • VALUE ADDITION TO TECHNOLOGY ORGANIZATIONS: THE SIX-DIMENSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
Author
  • C. M. CHANG
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  • article
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  • The dawn of the new millennium is uniquely characterized by the rapid advancement in technologies and tectonic change in global markets. This paper enumerates on opportunities for engineers to add value to technology organizations, such as e-transformation, web-based tools, product development, innovations, and management of global supply chains. These opportunities entail challenges in six dimensions, namely inside, outside, present, future, local and global; they are linkable to stakeholders' value. Engineering managers need to emulate specific personal strategies in order to seize these value-addition opportunities and convert them into business profitability for their technology organizations.
  • Value addition, open source innovation, engineering management, technology organization, opportunities
  • RePEc:wsi:ijitmx:v:02:y:2005:i:04:p:451-470
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