The report of a study by the working group qCultural Success Factors for Technical Innovations, q formed by the Berlin Academy of Sciences and Technology. The group consisted of engineers, physicians, chemists, information scientists, historians, and economists. It cooperated intensively with lawyers, psychologists, education scientists, and professors of Japanese studies and of Chinese medicine. These views are brought to bear on the question of the extent to which the heterogeneity of the cultural environment of a firm influences technical innovation activity--a question of fundamental importance with regard to the European market, which will become the largest home market in the world, but will be, contrary to the large home markets of the US and Japan, a very segmented, heterogeneous home market. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, ORHowever, the D- Jetronic did not yet satisfactorily regulate the amount of air added to the gas. Therefore, a further increase in efficiency was achieved when with yet another improvement the addition of air was properly regulated: l0000-i 32-bitanbsp;...
|Title||:||Culture and Technical Innovation|
|Publisher||:||Walter de Gruyter - 1993|