Technology Transfer and Utilization

Case Studies of Technology Use in Adult Literacy Programs (with M.L. Markus) Claremont Graduate School: Report to the U.S. Office of Technology Assessment, Feb. 1993

“Integrating New Tools into Information Work: Technology Transfer as a Framework for Understanding Success” (with T.K. Bikson) in National Academy of Engineering, People and Technology in the Workplace. Washington DC: National Academy Press, 1992

Commercialization Activities of Rehabilitation R&D Centers (with D.R. McNeil) Downey CA: Rancho Los Amigos Medical Center, 1991

Scientific and Technical Information Transfer in Aerospace: A Survey of U.S. Aerospace Scientists and Engineers. Report to NASA, Claremont Graduate School, 1991

“Information Intermediaries and the Transfer of Aerospace Scientific and Technical Information: A Report from the Field”. Presented to the 1991 NASA STI Annual Conference, Huntsville AL

Chapters “Technological Innovation: Definitions and Perspectives” and “Decision Processes in Technological Innovation” in L.G. Tornatzky and M. Fleischer, The Processes of Technological Innovation, Lexington MA: Lexington Books, 1990, pp. 9-26 and 177-196

Collaborative Research and Development: An Industry Survey (with L.G. Tornatzky and T.S. Solomon) Contractor Report to the Energy and Materials Program, Office of Technology Assessment, 1987

How the Army Procures Research and Development (with A.L. Walton). Pasadena, CA: Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Report JPL D-2595, 1985

“Diffusion, Technology Transfer, and Implementation: Thinking and Talking about Change”. Knowledge. 8(2):303-322, 1986

“Change Agents and the Role of the Linker in Technology Transfer” (with R.S. Havelock). In Proceedings of the Federal Laboratories Consortium for Technology Transfer Fall Meeting. Washington DC: Federal Laboratories Consortium, 1985, pp.35-55.

Technology Transfer Options for the U.S. Army (with A.L. Walton and P.G. Bass). Pasadena, CA: Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Report JPL D-2597, 1985.

Innovation Processes Research: Analyzing the Literature (with L.G. Tornatzky and others), National Science Foundation, Washington DC, May 1983.

Fostering the Use of Advanced Manufacturing Technology (with L.G. Tornatzky and W.A. Hetzner). Washington DC: National Science Foundation, 1983.


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