Welcome to the RADMA (Research and Development Management) website. This site contains information about education and research activities in the field of research technology and innovation management including funding opportunities, an opportunity to become part of the RADMA Association, details of R&D Management Conferences, how to subscribe or publish in the journal R&D Management and links to summer schools, workshops and other events.
RADMA is focused on the needs of researchers, practitioners and students of research technology and innovation management. It is closely associated with the R&D Management journal and conferences.
RADMA is a UK charity registered number 1098109
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Manchester Institute of Innovation Research at Manchester Business School is offering an interactive five-day course beginning Monday, 29 April 2013 - "Evaluation of Science and Innovation Policy: how to be more effective." Please visit http://alumni.newsweaver.co.uk/1ue5os417u6wkbfdzch7fq?email=true&a=11&p=32394905.
EIASM - 23rd European Doctoral Summer School on Technology Management - "Innovation and Technology Management Research and Publishing" - Potsdam, Germany, September 16-20 2013. Supported by RADMA. This Summer School represents a unique learning experience for anyone involved in advanced doctoral work in the area of technology and innovation management. It provides an exclusive opportunity for doctoral students to receive feedback on their work from leading academics and editors of renowned journals in the field of R&D and Innovation Management. Online registration deadline is 30 June 2013 - please visit http://www.eiasm.org/frontoffice/eden_announcement.asp?event_id=949.
Call for Papers: 6th ISPIM Innovation Symposium (Melbourne, Australia) - "Innovation in the Asian Century" - will be held 8-11 December 2013. Organised by ISPIM and hosted by the Victorian Universities Innovation Management Network (VUIMN), this event will bring together around 250 innovation experts from 35 countries. Important submission deadlines:
Symposium website: http://symposium.ispim.org.
InnovationTools.com and InnovationManagement.se are now part of the Global Innovation Network, sharing knowledge, best practices, tools and related resources among innovation practitioners. Visit http://tinyurl.com/cmlxmx9 for more details.
Kickstarting Innovation: In a world that's moving faster and faster, Kickstarter founder Yancey Strickler's advice to the industry is to slow down, dig deep, and craft a story about what truly matters. Visit http://www.thinkwithgoogle.co.uk/quarterly/people/yancey-strtickler-kickstarter.html.
New book outlines 50 serial innovators and how they develop novel products. "Serial Innovators: How Individuals Create and Deliver Breakthrough Innovations in Mature Firms" (Raymond Price and Bruce Vojak). Visit http://engineering.illinois.edu/news/2012/06/04/new-book-outlines-care-and-feeding-â€œserial-innovatorsâ€??goback=.gde_56751_member_121704098.
The deadline for this annual call closed on 28th February 2013. Thank you to everyone who applied. Applications are now in the process of vetting for completeness and correctness before they are sent for review. If an application is deemed to be incomplete or incorrect RADMA will write to the candidate and offer him or her a chance to correct the error. All applications will be individually acknowledged over the next two weeks and if a candidate does not receive an acknowledgement by mid-March they should send an email to email@example.com. The process following the vetting is that applications will be sent for review and shortlisting. There are three shortlisting phases and unsuccessful candidates are acknowledged at the end of each phase (so no news is good news!) Awards will be announced shortly after 30th June 2013.
RADMA funds students to attend the conference and this will be administered by the Conference organiser. To receive notice of the 2013 call opening, please sign up to the Association on our home page. The award provides support to talented mid-study Masters and PhD students who are presenting a paper that is relevant to their study at the 2013 R&D Management Conference. Candidates must be undertaking a Masters or PhD within the research and development management discipline at a UK university. The award will cover costs related to attending the conference, specifically the full conference fee plus travel, subsistence and accommodation up to £250. For more information contact Siobhan Drugan at firstname.lastname@example.org. Official website address: http://www.rndmanagementconference2013.co.uk/.