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MS-58 Solved Assignment

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University: IGNOU
Course: Master of Business Administration

Q&A of Mba MS-58 Solved Assignment 2018 - Management of R&D and Innovation

Q."A technology subjected to portfolio analysis on technology portfolio falls under the head 'Hold'. What R&D inputs can shift this technology to "Build"?


Q. How would you distinguish theory X from theory Y of Mc Gregor? Do you agree with these theories? If so, why?


Q. "A number of industrially advanced countries offer incentives to industry for R&D". What are these incentives? Explain it in context of any two countries.


Q. What are the major differences between the provisions of Indian laws and the norms incorporated in the TRIPS agreement in respect of IPRs (Intellectual Property Rights)?


Q. How do you determine whether technology should be indigenously developed? How do you ensure that the price for an imported technology is fair?


Product Details: Mba MS-58 Solved Assignment 2018

Course: Ignou MBA (Master of Business Administration)
Session: July - Dec 2018
Subject: Management of R&D and Innovation

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Q. Write a note on innovation process
Answer. How business, philanthropy, and government leaders direct the research and development (R&D) resources of their organizations to foster innovation is a critical part of their overall leadership. And, it is crucial to the market performance of many institutions. Ultimately, this leadership and its consequential innovations play a bigger role in society: These innovations underpin the quality of life of every person on earth.......... Think about it: It was innovation.......... Howard Smith reiterates the idea that innovation is no longer just a concern for the R&D departments........ Innovations are needed from every aspect of the business, from every business process: In a 2003 Communication on Innovation Policy, Erkki Liikanen, EU Commissioner for enterprise and the information society, wrote: Innovation is a multi-dimensional concept, which goes beyond technological innovation to encompass new means of distribution, marketing or design............ Innovation is thus not only limited to high tech sectors of the economy, but is rather an omnipresent driver for growth.......... Companies that recognize this will not define innovation as owned by one part of the organization........ Every aspect of how an organization operates is subject to innovation-administrative innovations, marketing innovations, financial innovations, design innovations, manufacturing innovations, service concept innovations, and human resource management innovations. These process innovations are echoes of the reengineering mantra of the early 90s............ The first step in the innovation process is to clarify what your business's innovation goals are and why you want, or need, to engage in this kind of innovation........ It is important to involve a good cross-section of the business in developing these goals, utilizing the expertise within the organization and even extending this to the customer and client network to get the market view.........

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