Joe Bradley


About Joe Bradley

My research is focused on technology management and product development – how information is used and managed within a product development environment. I am interested in challenges at the interface of product development, technology management, intellectual property management, and corporate entrepreneurship. I seek to investigate and understand the impact of intellectual property management strategy on innovation, how organizations realize value through the strategic and tactical options embedded in their intellectual property rights (IPR’s), how organizations make decisions to commercialize and monetize their intellectual property through products and services across markets and verticals, how the democratizing of innovation, low-cost 3D prototyping, and the “maker’s movement” may impact technology management, intellectual property management, and product development.


Guest Post by : Joe Bradley, Adjunct Professor of Business Administration, who is interested in challenges at the interface of product development, technology management, intellectual property management, and corporate entrepreneurship. It seems that everywhere you turn 3D printing technology is in the news and popular press. 3D printing technology is making […]

3D Printing: An Interdisciplinary Perspective