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Inventing Structures For Industrial Research: A History Of The Philips National Laboratory, 1914-1946
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Inventing Structures For Industrial Research: A History Of The Philips National Laboratory, 1914-1946

The early history of the Philips National Laboratory began in the winter of 1913 when Gerard Philips and his brother Anton founded a research organization as a separate part of their company in Eindhoven


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  • Inventing Structures For Industrial Research: A History Of The Philips National Laboratory, 1914-1946 available on July 28 2015 from Indigo for 47.95
  • ISBN bar code 9789052600338 ξ1 registered July 09 2015
  • Product category is Book

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The Philips brothers hired Gilles Holst and others to carry out scientific experiments in order to improve existing light bulb technology and later to create new products such as x-ray tubes and radio sets. Holst became the leader and organizer of the research laboratory. Scientists who worked under him proved the business value of industrial research for the Philips company.The National Laboratory story indicates that it was not enough for Philips to simply have a tradition of innovation -- the company also needed to create a culture and structure that permitted the coordination between people and resources that was necessary for developing innovations in an industrial context. These innovations spaw such diverse topics as irradication of plants with artificial light and creating an agricultural research network of particular interest is comparisons drawn between Philips and General Electric.Kees Boersma shows that the National Laboratory history in the first decades of the twentieth century can be seen as part of a broader development internationally. During the function of the industrial research laboratory became institutionalized. The institutionalization process of industrial research involved an intentional structuring of the research organization in the company, in which various persons worked together in specific business contexts. At a local level, Philips people, headed by Holst, reinvented the research function. It is exactly this process that is central thisbook.This will be a welcome addition to the literature on business history -- informed as it


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