The present book. . . . comes At an appropriate time and fills a long-standing gap in understanding they myriad aspects of technology management and the methods followed by the more advanced countries. . . . The book is quite informative and has covered the entire gamut of technology management."
The present book. . . . comes At an appropriate time and fills a long-standing gap in understanding they myriad aspects of technology management and the methods followed by the more advanced countries. . . . The book is quite informative and has covered the entire gamut of technology management." --Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research "For those who would like to keep abreast of whAt is cooking in management theory, this is an excellent book. Coherent, consistent and beautifully interlinked, the concepts are developed and explained in detail. Exceptionally well-written.... Every aspect is explained in greAt detail. Even an Ambani or a Tata may be able to pick up valuable tips on management of technology." --Industrial Economist "This book delves deep into the theory and practice of technology management.... The present volume being an outgrowth of the writer's earlier volume, "Global Competitiveness", is itself a good example of continuous learning process and improvement. "Points to ponder" after each chapter gives a bird's eye view of the chapter contents and is very useful for quick recollection.... The text, totally free from linguistic and grammatical errors as well as the ravages of the printer's devil, and a lucid style make it pleasant reading. The book has been tastefully produced and moderately priced." --The Tribune "Rastogi has expertly sought to explain the nature, significance, dimensions, requirements, concepts, issues, themes, policies, structure and rationale of the management of technology and technovation in this book. Rastogi has handled the subject of technovation extremely well.... This well got up attractive book on project management should be read with the author's 'creative and enterprise excellence' not only by students of management but also by those interested in industrial psychology." --The Hindu Technological innovation is the building block for global competitiveness of both firms and national economies