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Issue No.06 - November/December (2006 vol.23)
pp: 88-95
Tony Gorschek , Blekinge Institute of Technology
Per Garre , Danaher Motion S?r? AB
Stig Larsson , ABB Corporate Research
Claes Wohlin , Blekinge Institute of Technology
ABSTRACT
Successful technology transfer requires close cooperation and collaboration between researchers and practitioners. Researchers need to observe the challenges facing industry firsthand and tailor their work accordingly. Practitioners can help shape technology development on the basis of tangible issues identified on site. This article presents a seven-step technology transfer model that reflects collaborations between university researchers and practitioners at two Swedish companies. The authors discuss key lessons learned for each of these seven steps.
INDEX TERMS
technology transfer, requirements engineering, product management, process assessment, process improvement, industry validation
CITATION
Tony Gorschek, Per Garre, Stig Larsson, Claes Wohlin, "A Model for Technology Transfer in Practice", IEEE Software, vol.23, no. 6, pp. 88-95, November/December 2006, doi:10.1109/MS.2006.147
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