Home Opinion Transfer Of Knowledge Enhances Technological Advancement

Transfer Of Knowledge Enhances Technological Advancement

Transfer Of Knowledge
Transfer Of Knowledge

Source: Frank Owusu Obimpeh

Almost all third-world countries including Ghana and most African countries have not taken advantage of the recent surge in technological innovation compared to most countries in Europe, North America, and Asia.

Technology experts said for Ghana to build a fundamental innovation paradigm to give it incredible economic growth it has to pump more money into research and development and take a second look at how to account for every single cent spent and given for research.

People tend to think of innovation as either being pushed by technology or pulled by the market. Freelance Journalists Network has noticed that all these components always influence each other positively or negatively, including implementation issues. The great innovators continually reexamine each element over the project duration. People must think about how the implementation and market applications will impact the technology in 10 to 15 years.

Typically, a tech person has gained experience in a particular application in the marketplace, and knows industry operations, but then learns about the tech side.

Our observation reveals that it is important to have this crossover or transfer of knowledge to communicate and come to common ground. If somebody knows only one side, even if they have all three elements covered, it will be difficult to speak the same language and evaluate risk together.
stay tunned

Send your news stories to newsghana101@gmail.com Follow News Ghana on Google News



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

WP Radio
WP Radio
Exit mobile version