An alternative to The Cube

As David Vogt noted earlier in Module 3, “There is nothing special about the CUBE. It’s merely one way of organizing an analysis of a learning technology venture. We’ve offered other approaches and would appreciate further ones coming from you and your research.”

To that end, we’ve posted an article from Technovation that outlines another way of assessing technology business ventures coming out of university research environments. We’re wondering whether you have found others during your research that might be useful to note for the benefit of the class.

If so, please post some links in comments to this post

4 comments


1 David De Pieri { 09.19.08 at 12:10 pm }

Sorry guys, just finished this post and ya, the format could have taken a different slant. Too long… I’ll look at the other approaches as well.


2 Mary Burgess { 09.19.08 at 12:10 pm }

This one: (sorry for the super ugly link) is about assessing proposals for new technology ventures. Not ed specific but interesting nonetheless…

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=ArticleURL&_udi=B6V8B-4B6KGV0-1&_user=1067470&_rdoc=1&_fmt=&_orig=search&_sort=d&view=c&_version=1&_urlVersion=0&_userid=1067470&md5=16f0afe923288abbc0f41ef2ef4ec95e


3 Mary Burgess { 09.19.08 at 2:12 pm }

Ok I’m an idiot, I posted that link before I looked at the ones David did, and the one I posted is the same one! Well, at least I’m on the right track…


4 davidp { 09.19.08 at 2:31 pm }

A positive synergy for sure.

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