Integrated Multi-Team Decision Making Processes and Effectiveness and the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology
Final rept. 1 Sep 2003-31 Aug 2004
CONNECTICUT UNIV STORRS DEPT OF MANAGEMENT
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The foundations for the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology CCAT were created. Via collaboration between industry, government and academia, CCAT will strengthen US leadership in advanced propulsion and power systems and assure the global competitiveness of our nations manufacturing supply chain. This program established a three part implementation path First, the Advanced Technology Center will focus on key issues in propulsion and advanced power systems as well as take a leadership role in Next Generation Manufacturing technology. Second, the Connecticut Regional Innovation Center will provide the expertise and facilities for technology based new company formation. Third, the Center for Innovation and Enterprise Education will collaborate with regional education institutions to engage students and support the continuous learning of a world class work force. CCAT will be incorporated as a non-profit corporation and begin operation in rented office and laboratory space. The construction of its future dedicated facilities will establish the core of a dynamic, global technology park, to be established at Rentschler Field, in East Hartford, Connecticut.
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