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A Study on Assessment of Importance and Priority Derivation from Activities of Technology Transfer & Licensing Organization Using AHP Method

기술이전·사업화 전담조직(TLO) 활동의 중요도 평가 및 우선순위 도출에 관한 연구

  • 한경진 (한국에너지기술연구원) ;
  • 곽나연 (연세대학교 정보대학원) ;
  • 이중정 (연세대학교 정보대학원)
  • Received : 2016.06.23
  • Accepted : 2016.08.20
  • Published : 2016.08.28

Abstract

Patent application as achievements from R&D institutions in public sector have quantitatively increased by expanding R&D investment for enhancing competitiveness but there have been few tangible outputs from the investment. From this reason, TLO(Technology Transfer&Licensing Organization) and its operation becomes more important to implement technology transfer and commercialization and to bring success in the related business. To get work done more efficiently and to improve utilizing products of the R&D in the TLO, this research is to draw domains and activities of TLO and establish its task systems by prioritizing activities. From literature reviews and expert interviews, we generated 6 work domains and 21 task items. Applying AHP analysis, we discriminated the relative importance from task items and analyzed its priority. The finding of this research can provide implications for TLO to increase work efficiency and improve its performance.

Keywords

Technology transfer commercialization;TLO;Importance Evaluation;Priority Derivation;AHP

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