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Engines of Tomorrow: How the Worlds Best Companies Are Using Their Research Labs to Win the Future

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Engines of Tomorrow, by former Business Week technology editor Robert Buderi, is a serious look at the role corporate research plays in long-term business success. Despite a perception that such activity has been dramatically scaled back in recent years, Buderi says, the opposite is actually true among today's global business leaders; in truth, he notes, there are now almo ...more
Hardcover, 448 pages
Published May 4th 2000 by Simon & Schuster
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Alan Van
Interesting perspective

Nice review of how some corporate labs have changed . The conclusion and summary could have been stronger and deeper.
Richard
From a class on the history of Industrial Research and Development. Like history of technology or corporate bios? Read this
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