His main research concerns Marketing, Industrial organization, Strategic management, System integration and Capital good. Many of his research projects under Marketing are closely connected to Developed country with Developed country, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His study looks at the relationship between Industrial organization and topics such as Product, which overlap with Product innovation and Commodity.
His Strategic management study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as System of systems, Outsourcing and Process management. His Process management study incorporates themes from Systems design, Competitive advantage and Knowledge management. His research in Capital good intersects with topics in ACROSS Project, Descriptive knowledge, Economies of scale, Strengths and weaknesses and Incentive.
Michael Hobday mainly focuses on Industrial organization, Marketing, Knowledge management, System integration and Process management. The various areas that Michael Hobday examines in his Industrial organization study include Technological change, Capital good, Technology strategy and Developing country. His research integrates issues of Production, Empirical research and Product in his study of Capital good.
As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Marketing, focusing on Strengths and weaknesses and, on occasion, Technology acquisition. When carried out as part of a general Knowledge management research project, his work on Innovation management and Organizational learning is frequently linked to work in Knowledge integration, Field and Perspective, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Absorptive capacity, Competitive advantage and Process.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Knowledge management, Industrial organization, Marketing, Perspective and Developing country. The Organizational learning and Innovation management research Michael Hobday does as part of his general Knowledge management study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Knowledge integration, Project based and Environmental graphic design, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. In his research on the topic of Organizational learning, Project management is strongly related with Process management.
His Industrial organization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Capital good, Commerce and Strategic management. His work on Business model as part of general Marketing research is frequently linked to Salient, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Developing country research includes elements of Macroeconomics, Quality and Public policy.
Michael Hobday mainly investigates Knowledge management, Marketing, Industrial organization, Design thinking and Technological change. His work on Innovation management as part of general Knowledge management research is often related to Knowledge integration, Conceptual design and Environmental graphic design, thus linking different fields of science. His Marketing research incorporates themes from Capital good and Conceptual framework.
His work deals with themes such as Business model, Disruptive innovation and Creative destruction, which intersect with Industrial organization. His Design thinking research overlaps with Field, Perspective, Entrepreneurship, Design management and Ethnocomputing. His studies deal with areas such as Order, Barriers to entry and Public policy as well as Technological change.
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Innovation in East Asia
The Project-Based Organisation: An ideal form for managing complex products and systems?
Product complexity, innovation and industrial organisation
Innovation in East Asia: The Challenge to Japan
East Asian latecomer firms: Learning the technology of electronics
Charting a path toward integrated solutions
Andrew Davies;Tim Brady;Michael Hobday.
Organizing for solutions: systems seller vs systems integrator
Andrew Davies;Tim Brady;Michael Hobday.
The Business of Projects : Managing Innovation in Complex Products and Systems
Andrew Davies;Michael Hobday.
Systems integration: a core capability of the modern corporation
Michael Hobday;Andrew Davies;Andrea Prencipe.
FIRM-LEVEL INNOVATION MODELS: PERSPECTIVES ON RESEARCH IN DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
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