239 pages, 9.25 × 6.25 × 1 in
January 1, 1994
James Lorimer & Company Ltd., Publishers
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 1550284630
ISBN - 13: 9781550284638
From the Publisher
What is technological innovation? Most people believe it's a flash of genius, but innovation--the ability to transform an idea into a marketable product, process or service--has underlying principles.
With the globalization of the world economy and rapid technological change, many people believe that innovation is a key generator of economic growth. This book explores in detail how the innovation process works--how ideas are successfully translated into marketable products. The 14 companies profiled illustrate the different stages of the innovation process; each firm's risks and choices, management strategies and outlook for the future are discussed.
The New Innovators is a penetrating study of Canadian businesses rising to the challenge of the global business environment.
About the Author
ROGER VOYER is an Adjunct Professor, in the Faculty of Administration, University of Ottawa. Previously, he was the Research Director at the Science Council of Canada and Executive Director of the Canadian Institute for Economic Policy.
PATTI RYAN is a Carleton University-educated journalist specializing in business reporting. Her work has appeared in many leading Canadian newspapers and periodicals.
From Our Editors
The ability to transform an idea into a marketable product, process or service has underlying principles. In The New Innovators: How Canadians Are Shaping the Knowledge-Based Economy, Authors Roger Voyer and Patti Ryan show how firms such as Corel Corporation, Instantel Inc, and Newbridge Networks Communications have become successful, how their ideas became marketable products and discuss the risks faced by each company plus their management strategies.