Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Technology Management, CISTEMA-DTU

  • Clausen, Christian (Project Manager)
  • Koch, Christian (Project Participant)
  • Hansen, Anne Grethe (Project Participant)
  • Jørgensen, Ulrik (Project Participant)
  • Yoshinaka, Yutaka (Project Participant)
  • Grande, Bård (Project Participant)
  • Bruun, Peter (Project Participant)
  • Sørensen, Ole Henning (Project Participant)

    Project Details


    The purpose of the CISTEMA is to contribute to the development of technology management as a discipline cutting across established disciplines. The interdisciplinary challenge is to develop and explore a shared scientific platform for research in technology management. The building of the platform is to be based on a re-conceptualization of technology, in order to secure that interdisciplinarity is reflected in the concept of technology. The platform is also expected to contribute to considerations of theoretical and methodological approaches.
    CISTEMA hosts a number of research activities. Established in 1993 as a joint effort between departments from the Copenhagen Business School (HHK) and The Technical University of Denmark (DTU). Since December 1995 the center operates as two relatively autonomous units, CISTEMA-HHK and CISTEMA-DTU.
    CISTEMA-DTU hosts two primary research projects, in addition to a number of related ongoing activities concerning theory and methodology. The CISTEMA-DTU is premised on a shared interest in the social construction of technology and the constitution of companies and technology management as organizationally and socially functioning processes.
    Overall budget (DTU): 3.300.000 kr. Hereof:
    Project I: The Management of Technological and Organizational Development in Relation to the Social System of the Company, 1.200.000 kr.
    Project II: Strategic Management and the Structuring of Product Networks, 1.600.000 kr.
    Cross cutting activities, 400.000 kr.
    Effective start/end date01/10/199331/12/1998


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