Volume 39, Numbers 1/2, 2007
: The 'perfect technology syndrome': sources, consequences and solutions.
: The changing autarky pharmaceutical R&D process: causes and consequences of growing R&D collaboration in Japanese firms.
, Sun-Quae Lai
: Performance measurement systems for knowledge management in high technology industries: a balanced scorecard framework.
, Benjamin J. C. Yuan
: Application of the knowledge management in the knowledge-intensive service business: the case studies at ITIS and ITRI in Taiwan.
Ying-Jung Yvonne Yeh
, Lung-Hung Chou
: Transforming a semiconductor company into a learning organisation: a bottom-up approach of knowledge management implementation.
Volume 39, Numbers 3/4, 2007
, Jiann-Chyuan Wang
: A longitudinal examination of performance of two ways on innovation in Taiwan: internal R&D investment and external technology aquisition.
Anne Wan-Ling Hu
: An empirical test of a use-diffusion model for Taiwan mobile digital TV.
: Internationalisation of research and development: the case of Taiwanese firms.
, Cheng-Yu Lee
: The effects of board competence on operational innovation: tests of universal, contingency and configurational models.
, Yi-Wen Chen
: The innovation process of entrepreneurial teams in dynamic business plan competition: from sense-making perspective.
: The technological experiences and catching-up path in the Korean mobile equipment industry.
, Hermann Loeh
: Closing the gap: How should Chinese companies build the capabilities to implement ERP-driven process innovation?
M. H. Bala Subrahmanya
: The process of technological innovations in small enterprises: the Indian way.