Making Technology Happen (MTH) describes in detail the techniques used to identify and exploit technology and how to build and manage a technology-intensive company around that technology. It covers such activities as ‘go-to market’ strategy development, general management, investment analysis, organizational development, and competitive market analysis – all from the perspective of a technology-intensive enterprise. It is used by governments and technology transfer professionals across North America, as well as by entrepreneurs and business executives. Originally published in 1988, MTH is a 165-page book that covers the entire spectrum of technology commercialization from the identification of exploitable technology in publicly funded laboratories, to the creation of new business ventures, to the ongoing management and governance of technology-based firms. It even has a chapter devoted to steps that can be taken by municipalities to create such firms in their areas of jurisdiction. It has been a perennial best seller on the National Business Incubator Association (NBIA) online bookstore. In March 2004, NBIA announced that MTH rated as its most popular small business book over the last six months. The books that NBIA distribute are subjected to a very rigorous approval process; one of its reviewers, Mark Ferri found the business planning section to be the best he has seen.
Making Technology Happen, Sixth Edition – PDF Download
Hot off the Press – The Sixth Edition The Sixth Edition of MTH is completely revised and updated. Add the PDF Book to your cart to purchase it, go through the purchase process at our store and then you will be able to download it, once purchase has been completed at Paypal. When you are signed into your account at the Doyletech website, your order history and downloads will appear as menu items. Hard copies of the book are also available at a higher fee, please contact Glenn McDougall at 1.613.226.8900 extention 13. See also other purchase option here at the Doyletech store (that is, “Hard Copy Shipped to You”). We also provide a one-day seminar covering the topics of Making Technology Happen. MTH seminars have been held across the country. Federal and provincial agencies and laboratories use MTH Seminars to help their scientists identify and protect intellectual property. University technology transfer officers use MTH Seminars to help university researchers and scientists in the technology commercialization process. Economic development agencies and incubator managers use MTH Seminars to assist their local entrepreneurs as they identify new product/service/process concepts in their community. To learn more about the MTH Seminar Series, contact Mr. Glenn McDougall at the same number as provided above.