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From R&D to strategic knowledge management: transitions and challenges for national laboratories

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The past two decades have witnessed unprecedented changes to national laboratories as they have adjusted to globalized and technology based competition. These transitions are reviewed in the context of how Canada’s National Research Council has progressed from an internally oriented R&D organization into a more externally focused innovation organization, now coping with the challenges of strategic knowledge management. The paper traces the steps and paradigms involved in this transition and offers some commentary on the extent of the corporate cultural learning that has been required to effect these changes.
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Document Type: Original Article

Affiliations: Leader for Strategy and Policy, National Research Council of Canada

Publication date: 01 October 2000

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