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Measured Success

Author: Peter Cebon
Publisher: Carlton : Melbourne University Press, 2008.
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'This is the first book to focus on in-depth studies of how innovation actually takes place in Australia. By carefully examining some failures and some successes, Peter Cebon has created a valuable tool for innovation practitioners, researchers, teachers, students and policy makers.' Michael Vitale, Director of Commercialisation, Monash Asia-Pacific Centre for Science and Wealth Creation For several years, Australia  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Cebon, Peter.
Measured Success.
Carlton : Melbourne University Press, ©2008
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Cebon
ISBN: 9780522859881 0522859887
OCLC Number: 864414550
Description: 1 online resource (455 pages)
Contents: Cover; Title; Contents; Acknowledgements; Foreword; Contributors; List of Acronyms; 1. Introduction; 2. The Extended Wear Contact Lens Project; 3. GBC Scientific Equipment; 4.Compumedics; 5. The FalconTM Gravity Gradiometer Project; 6. Ausmelt; 7.Computershare; 8. The VESDATM Device; 9. Proteome Systems; 10. Micronisers; 11. Kinacia; 12. International Catamaran; 13. Analysis; 14.A Venture Capital Perspective; 15. The Innovation Challenge for Australian Business; 16. Australian Innovation Issues; 17. The Puzzle of Innovation in Australia; 18. Questioning 'Innovation Policy' Orthodoxy. 19. Towards an Agenda for Australian High-Technology InnovationAppendices; Bibliography; Copyright.

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'This is the first book to focus on in-depth studies of how innovation actually takes place in Australia. By carefully examining some failures and some successes, Peter Cebon has created a valuable tool for innovation practitioners, researchers, teachers, students and policy makers.' Michael Vitale, Director of Commercialisation, Monash Asia-Pacific Centre for Science and Wealth Creation For several years, Australia has been slipping behind the rest of the OECD in its rate of business innovation. If, as economists believe, innovation is the fundamental driver of prosperity, this is a harbi.

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