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Using Complex Products and Systems in the Pharmaceutical Innovation: Case study of R&D project in pharmaceutical industry
Lu Z.; Hu H.
2011-09-14
Source PublicationAPBITM 2011 - Proceedings2011 IEEE International Summer Conference of Asia Pacific Business Innovation and Technology Management
Pages83-87
AbstractThe question of how to accelerate innovation is becoming more and more crucial for the pharmaceutical industry to meet the social and economic demand. Complex Products and Systems (CoPS) that is characterized by high cost, intensive engineering and information technology, and many tailored subsystems and components, provides new perspective for inproving pharmaceutical innovation. This paper aims to explore the mechanisms of applying CoPS into pharmaceutical research and development (R&D) project. After a theoretical review of CoPS and pharmaceutical innovation, it describes three R & D projects: analysis knowledge, technical complexity of those projects, and decomposition of each. This paper argues that the evolution of pharmaceutical innovation has increased the width demand of knowledge, which makes a feasible and optimal solution for pharmaceutical innovation study and practice. © 2011 IEEE.
Keywordcase study Complex Products and Systems (CoPS) complexity pharmaceutical R&D project
DOI10.1109/APBITM.2011.5996298
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Language英語
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AffiliationUniversidade de Macau
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