This condensed report focuses solely on the staffing, salary, and budget concerns of technology transfer offices. You’ll discover valuable benchmark data on departmental employment statistics from 2009, 2010, and 2011, including total spending on direct office salaries and allocations for outside personnel serving in the tech transfer office.
With over 100 tables broken out by country, enrollment, technological area, institution, and number of employees, Global Higher Education Technology Transfer Office Staffing & Compensation sheds light on the changing sizes and budgets of these offices. Take a look at some of the staffing and compensation issues covered in this report:
- How many individuals has the university assigned from other departments to work for the tech transfer office?
- How many employees have over 10 years of service?
- What is the forecast of the estimated university total spending on allocated salaries for personnel from other university departments that served in your department?
Derived from our popular Global Higher Education Technology Transfer Office Benchmarks, this report is based on information provided by 35 university technology transfer offices in the US, the UK, and Europe.
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You can rely on the accuracy of the detailed data, commentary, and analysis provided in this informative report. The research results in Global Higher Education Technology Transfer Office Staffing & Compensation were compiled and written by James Moses, President of Primary Research Group, and Joseph R. Flicek, who established the New Ventures Office at Columbia University and served as Director from 1996 to 2002. Primary Research Group publishes research reports, surveys and benchmarking studies for businesses, colleges, libraries, law firms, hospitals, museums and other institutions.