Although they have been considered under different perspectives by disciplines such as history, economics and angles. Sociology and psychology, each with its particular focus and without pretension of a full explanation, is the technological management, as a field of transdisciplinary knowledge and knowledge region, which combines and relates es-tos parcelados, through its recomposition and recontextualization knowledge, to build a better vision that incorporates the totality of characteristics of the process. What are its objectives, do goals?: objectives: 1. develop proposals and strategic plans, as well as programmes and scientific and technologically viable projects leading to a secure integral development of the region. 2.
Promote the use of technologies in productive processes, particularising its various components. 3. Facilitate the development of human resources for the strengthening of public and private institutions. 4 Encourage and create synergistic spaces for interaction of generating instances of knowledge and technology in the public and private sectors. 5. Organizing opportunities for the deployment of young talent and consolidation of entrepreneurial proposals.
Goal: 1. contribution to the strengthening of the national system of innovation promoted by the MCT. 2. Design of a policy for the strengthening of units and centers of research, development and innovation in the region. 3. Implementation of networks of cooperation science and technology and innovation in the region. 4. Implementation of a system of assessment of units and public and private in the State research and development centers. 5. Project of creation of a technological park for the region. Activities of technological management when describing the technological management, are normally mentioned some activities such as: prospecting selection negotiating acquisition adaptation change generation (innovation) in each one of them is implicit learning by employees of the company. Often companies executives approve investments in technology, without taking into account that they must be accompanied with not less investments important in the process of assimilation of the same. This implies creating appropriate conditions so that their engineers and technicians know, understand, and learn to use it in the most productive manner. When enough attention to this matter, does not occur i.e. When you overlooked that it is a process of knowledge transfer, acquired technology (computers, software, etc.) is under-utilized or misused and the productivity of the company does not improve and in some cases, even worse Conclusion: technology management must see with new eyes. There must be a paradigm shift that will make possible to see her not as the process to achieve the best acquisition of machinery, software or implementation of administrative models or strategies, but as the process by which helps the company to acquire the necessary knowledge to achieve leadership in their business. Original author and source of the article.