Therefore, the mainstream literature on innovation proposes the existence of a typical low-tech
way to innovate, characterized by a "least noble" form to innovate, usually associated with dependence on third parties, predominance of incremental innovation, discontinuous process and low representativeness for the competitive strategies of these companies.
AT TIP SHEETS: of the whole support system for individuals with learning disabilities to navigate hurdles within their learning community.
In short, low-tech
solutions give us a lot of bang for our buck.
H1 In IPO firms, the Price Earnings Ratio (PER) to the High-Tech Industry's R&D expenses is larger than the PER to the Low-Tech
Industry's R&D expenses.
One problem is the low-tech
myth keeps young people (and their teachers) from considering a career in a smaller, creative manufacturing outfit.
It may be slower than using modern forestry machines, but there are clear benefits to the low-tech
ways of working the land.
189), Lee resorted to low-tech
methods and materials.
This paper compares two methods of conducting focus group meetings with stakeholders, a low-tech
"Post-it" notes method used during 2003 and the use of Smartboard technology to help facilitate the process in 2004.
Many schools harbor such low-tech
insurgents and pay too little attention to their potential for destruction.
In many ways, CA and PSYOP are the low-tech
solutions to the low-tech
problem, which is the biggest reason why they get so little attention among the military industrial complex, and thus in your magazine.
Securing Windows Server 2003 is devoted to fully understanding the system's options; from learning encryption and account password protection to using smart cards to make a system secure and derailing low-tech
Colonel Hammes' focus here is upon '4GW': fourth generation warfare which is low-tech
and surprisingly effective against high-tech enemies.