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The purpose of this chapter is to demonstrate how Mental Modeling was used to improve performance in technology infusion and marketing (TIM), technical competence, and knowledge management by scientists and engineers with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers ’ (USACE) Environmental Laboratory (EL) at the Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC). A workshop was held in October 2012 with 30 EL scientists and project leaders representing a diversity of expertise and experience, to validate the TIM Approach for EL through hands-on application to three EL products/solutions. Broadly defined, the Approach is an action-oriented, results-producing process for achieving TIM through better understanding of EL technology/product/service opportunities. Narrowly defined, it is a structured approach for determining the total requirements for a specific technology, product, or service to be successful for the customer. The background on the TIM Approach and the workshop results are described in this chapter.
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- Technology Infusion and Marketing
Matthew D. Wood
M.A. Sarah Thorne
- Springer New York
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