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Knowledge-Based Strategic Management of Engineering and Basic Sciences for Achieving the New Technologies
Journal of Investment and Management
Volume 4, Issue 1, February 2015, Pages: 34-37
Received: Jul. 15, 2015; Accepted: Jul. 21, 2015; Published: Jul. 28, 2015
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Arezu Jahanshir, Department of Eng. Physic, Faculty of Buein Zahra Technical University, Qazvin, Iran
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Abstract
The knowledge-based management and strategy is involved in all human intellectual aspects and performance. The achievement of power, knowledge and innovation in new technologies directly depend on the appropriate strategic management and is along with the future study on the knowledge and sciences. Nowadays, it is impossible to have single access to modern technology and equipment because of the frequency and wide spread of information and increased different ranges of sciences. The governments have been successful in promoting their unique infrastructures of basic sciences and engineering until now according to their power and dominance in technology and industry; and prediction and empowerment of infrastructures for development in science and technology is dependent on the macro strategic management of government. Therefore, the international interactions and access to today's scientific information are essential to achieve the knowledge-based management of engineering and basic sciences. Therefore, the long-term objectives of knowledge production and access to new techniques are among the basics of innovation in the industry. To achieve a modern and industrial society, the appropriate management and foresight in producing and disseminating the knowledge have a major impact on the way of applying and guiding the efficient potential of human capital. The experts and policy makers in developed countries have deeply acknowledged that the potential for sustainable development in all scientific, social, economic, cultural and political aspects needs the knowledge-based strategic management. According to the way of dissemination and progress of sciences in developed countries, we find out that the specific strategies have been developed for sustainable development in technology and innovation. The authors in this paper have conducted an overview of new knowledge-based management structures and selected the appropriate strategic policies in sustainable science and technology development of developing and semi-industrial countries.
Keywords
Hi-Tech Management, Modern Technologies, Innovation, Human Capital
To cite this article
Arezu Jahanshir, Knowledge-Based Strategic Management of Engineering and Basic Sciences for Achieving the New Technologies, Journal of Investment and Management. Vol. 4, No. 1, 2015, pp. 34-37. doi: 10.11648/j.jim.20150401.15
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