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Technological overall concepts for future-oriented roadmapping

 
: Schuh, G.; Wemhöner, H.; Orilski, S.

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Möhrle, Martin G. (Ed.); Isenmann, Ralf (Ed.); Phaal, Robert (Ed.):
Technology Roadmapping for Strategy and Innovation : Charting the Route to Success
Berlin: Springer, 2013
ISBN: 978-3-642-33922-6
ISBN: 3-642-33922-0
pp.107-121
English
Book Article
Fraunhofer IPT ()

Abstract
Rapid technology growth and globalization have led to an increase of complexity of technology management. The roadmapping process supports technology management by providing a way to identify, evaluate and select strategic alternatives to achieve a specific technological objective. The ensuing dilemma is that the development of a roadmap requires information about future events which at an early stage may be questionable. In order to resolve this dilemma, the semiconductor industry for example uses a technological overall concept, referred to as Moore’s Law. This technological overall concept serves as a Self-fulfilling Prophecy and is considered to provide orientation in the roadmapping process. This chapter refers to two different types of technological overall concepts - a sector-wide and an enterprise- specific one. The objective of this chapter is to describe the benefits, drivers, development processes, applications and successful practices of these concepts with a view to making them usable in different types of enterprises.

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