Technology strategy and innovation: the use of derivative strategies in the aerospace industry

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Smith, DJ; Rogers, MF;

Strategy has become an increasingly important theme within the management of innovation. This is reflected in the increasing amount of attention given to topics such as technology strategy within the innovation literature. However research into technology strategy has t... View more
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