THE GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH CENTER
The GDRC Programme on Technology Management
So what do we do with technologies, both hard and soft? Where does it fit in the sustainability framework at the local level?
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GDRC Special Feature: Appropriate Technology GDRC Special Feature: Technology Databases
In this GDRC programme, "Technology" is taken to mean not only machines and equipment, but also the skills, abilities, knowledge, systems and processes necessary to make things happen ... thus technologies are meant to be total systems that include know-how, procedures, goods and services, as well as organizational and operational measures.

"Technology Management" is actually a structural process of learning. The key components of management can be identified as knowledge derived from real-world experience together with human expertise capable of transforming that knowledge into action.

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Highlights of GDRC Research
GDRC Docs
Introduction - Technology and Environment
Concept Note Series E-071.
Creating an Environment for Environmental Technology
Policy Analysis Series E-072. May 2015.
Technology Transfer for Sustainable Development
Policy Analysis Series E-073.
Bilateral Technology Transfer using the Internet
Case Study Series E-074..
What is GDRC doing now?
  Currently, GDRC is focussing on capacities for the public and private sectors, to assess technologies within a sustainable development framework.
Elsewhere
in GDRC
   ■ Gender and Development: Towards a Gender Analysis Framework to assist the application, adoption and use of Environmentally Sound Technologies
   ■ Urban Environments: How-Tos - Urban Technologies

This programme is a part of:
More information on GDRC's Economy sphere
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Technological solutions will be at the core of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.

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