Added to Your Shopping Cart Add to cart Description Published inthe first edition of Forecasting and Management of Technology was one of the leading handful of books to deal with the topic of forecasting of technology and technology management as this discipline was emerging.
Technology forecasting describes a group of techniques that predict, in quantifiable terms, the direction, character, rate, implication, and impact of technical advance.
This management guide details technology forecasting techniques that contribute to better decision making. It provides assistance for organizations to improve planning, operations, and marketing. A must read for decision makers in technical industries, this book is also a popular college textbook.
This monograph, written by leading technology forecasters, includes discussion and examples of several substitution models including the Fisher-Pry and Gompertz models. When combined with good judgment and knowledge of the industry, these relatively simple models can usually outperform industry wisdom and the guesses that often pass for market forecasts.
Anyone whose future depends on technology markets will find them extraordinarily useful both in gaining insight and understanding, as well as in decision making.
Bright People interested in the methodologies of technology forecasting will find this text indispensible. It provides an excellent introduction to, and overview of, most of the methods currently in use. History as an Aid to Forecasting:Results revealed unique approaches to collaborative forecasting that circumvent the inhibitors of collaborative planning, forecasting, and replenishment adoption, and yield substantial improvement in company and supply chain performance including increased responsiveness, product availability assurance, optimized inventory and associated costs.
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