The great ongoing demands for performance not only great aspiration, realization of weaknesses and possible outcomes, sometimes it demands even more, something, that is called sacrifice. To achieve an astounding heights in the innovation sphere amazing structures should be built, which must totally control the development process and pretty frequently come up with a new, cutting edge ideas. There are two sides to the river, where one is innovative idea and the other one - implementation, aims to embody that as a lifestyle or to position the product as a leading unit on the market. The high-tech cluster is the name of present day power, making progress to move forward. However, this power demands a huge amount of 'start up' energy, and this issue is not only about funding, but the supporting sphere, which includes universities and human resources that will be able to bring forward new ideas, the readiness of the market for the product of the idea. All of that must give a clear understanding that most of possible old style circumstances will be bypassed. There are few companies in the world that may afford such a great risk with developing a new idea, but plenty of governments can. The question is what kind of support do high-tech clusters need from the government and do they need this support for a long term to provide a profitable growth? According to Saxenian, a high-tech cluster is a highly organized commercial structure which contributes collective investigation and a variety of adjustments, based on a scientific approach, in case of changing conditions that created by producers of complex (Saxenian, 1998). Clusters enable the business sphere to be tightly close to all changes in high technology markets which gives a great field for international competition. But it does not mean at all, that knowledge within the cluster must be strictly restricted. As an example, collaboration of SkTech (Skolkovo Foundation) and MIT ( Massachusetts Institute of Technology) could be shown, which gave a great break through for Russian ' Silicon Valley' in case of acquiring a great experience that must show perceptible impact on education system development ( Vekselberg, 2011). That gives a clear understanding that firstly, cluster demands a highly educated employees to be sure in moving in a right direction and be responsible for future generation of engineers. The next point is that a cluster needs a variety of services, such as supplying, financial and trade services, which may be run by companies that have a high interest in a particular business sphere. For example, SkTech has already 46 investing companies, and plenty of them are overseas companies, that invest their money in order to have a yield with using products or ideas of SkTech, meanwhile supplying Skolkovo research centre with necessary facilities. High-tech clusters require universities for research work or they may found a new university, as SkTech did. Also a government's 'helping hand' may give a positive impact on the development of a just emerged cluster. When all cards are in the pack, the innovative industrial structure with a deep knowledge is likely to appear, but it is always easier said than done. It is widely believed, that government can play a significant role in providing clusters with suitable macro economic conditions, encouraging the micro economic situation and setting up favourable regulations. According to Michael Porter, professor at Harvard Business School, the role of the government in cluster upbringing is to create an upgrading atmosphere for further development, promotion and opportunities for an efficient negotiations in order to make members of the cluster think together and more productively ( Porter, 1998). Once an opportunity of starting up a high-tech cluster is taken by government a balance of powers on a world political field may change significantly, if the effort was done proficiently. Success in developing of the innovative
showing the importance of the ‘interrelationships between economic and the non economic’ (ibid: 226). Innovation within local economies can be seen in the development of the Hsinchu industrial cluster within the Northern region of Taiwan. The cluster is one of the first areas where collaborating high tech firms developed. (Hsu et al, 2003). When assessing Hsinchu’s economic development path, one notices that technological aspects, human resource, infrastructural, governmental and financial rents…
very attractive places for people to live because they offer not only high paying jobs, but also plenty of things to do and see. There are museums, concerts, restaurants, and public parks. There are large department stores and all within walking distance. Other benefits of cities is easy trade and education. As cities grow, as they have over the last century, from 40% in 1900 to now about 80% of the population living in them, these urban areas see many growing issues as well. Cities all over…
innovative enterprise had several questions:
Could he build a company with no hierarchy where everyone was free to talk with everyone else?
Could he build a company with no bosses or titles?
Could the company be successful by letting people choose what they wanted to work on instead of being assigned tasks?
Could he create a company with no core business, where people would put as much energy into finding the next big thing as they did into milking the last big thing?
Could he do all of this while…
the first coffee enterprise in Viet Nam has invested in high technology to process coffee beans by importing machinery. Until now, Trung Nguyen has invested in high-tech processing machinery with capital of over $ USD 60 million. Recently, the additional investment capital of Trung Nguyen for high-tech machinery was up to $USD 80 million (VnEconomy, 2012). As for coffee-processing industry, in general, the investment of Trung Nguyen in high technology can be seen a technology innovation in processing…
flowers, citrus and other trees and shrubs in England, France, Germany, Sweden, The Netherlands, Spain and China. *1600’s – Heating systems “rediscovered”: steam/hot water, “bark” stoves (moist heat), manure as a heat source and charcoal heaters (though, high sulfur coal was found to be phytotoxic). Greenhouses were built with flues in the floor for below-ground heating. Note: Since greenhouses started in northern Europe, heating was emphasized. *1700’s – Greenhouse designs continue to improve in Europe…
paper to assess these three
strategic dimensions (generic business strategy, organisational culture and formal
organisational structure) of Apple Inc. Apple Inc. (Apple) is a global computer manufacturing
company which designs, manufactures and sells high technological and innovative products
such iPhone, iPad, iPod, desktop computer and Mac notebook. It has an incredible growth
after iPod music player has been introduced to the global market (The Statistics Portal
2015). Based on Porter’s generic strategies…
the percent of civilian military-age men and women who satisfy current military enlistment standards is significantly below what is expected. This is due to an increase moral character violations, drug-use, and in an increase in who are both overweight and overfat. In addition while the over the past 100 years, Americans' mean IQ has been on a slow but steady climb, American high school students who took the SAT showed a sharp decline in their average performance.
Overweight and overfat individuals…
CONTENTS: CASE STUDIES
CASE STUDY 1
Midsouth Chamber of Commerce (A): The Role of the Operating Manager in
CASE STUDY I-1
IMT Custom Machine Company, Inc.: Selection of an Information Technology
CASE STUDY I-2
VoIP2.biz, Inc.: Deciding on the Next Steps for a VoIP Supplier
CASE STUDY I-3
The VoIP Adoption at Butler University
CASE STUDY I-4
Supporting Mobile Health Clinics: The Children’s Health Fund of New York City
CASE STUDY I-5…