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Pradipta Chatterjee is a lecturer of Hospitality and Tourism in the School of Services Industries with an extensive industry experience. He holds a Masters of Business Administration and won the NT Government Department of Trade, Business and Innovation Prize for being the Most Outstanding Graduand. His research area includes the significance of innovation, the driving force behind new products and new ideas with an emphasis on the barriers of technological innovation. His current research is on the barriers to additive manufacturing and 3D metal printing. He will be presenting his findings at the forthcoming ANZAM conference and will be published in the proceedings. He is also writing a textbook chapter in the Handbook on Innovation.
Barriers to innovation and technology adoption in the field of 3D-metal printing - A qualitative investigationChatterjee, P., Greenland, S., Low, D. & Kueny, R., 2019, 33rd Annual Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management Conference: wicked solutions to wicked problems: the challenges facing management: research and practice. Anzam, p. 1-25 25 p. 351
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference Paper published in ProceedingsOpen Access