This work examines the current, relevant and complex problem of how companies can take an intellectual property lead within research and development collaborations. Special emphasis is placed on the early phases of the innovation process and the service industry sector in which intellectual property management is still a new phenomenon. The author derives archetypes for managing intellectual property in collaborations and analyses their strengths and weaknesses.Typology of service delivery systems and selected cases Service Shop: Low degree of labor intensity but high ... The labor costs exceed the costs of equipment as in the case in brainwork-based software development, which in general isanbsp;...
|Title||:||Intellectual Property Management in R&D Collaborations|
|Author||:||Martin A. Bader|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2006-10-13|