A Guide to Research Development
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The global environment of funded research has become increasingly competitive and crowded in recent years. In order for the United States to continue to lead global innovation, it is critical for sponsors and researchers to be cognizant of the impact of their research activities. Given limited budgets and a competitive landscape, it is important for sponsors and researchers alike to invest their resources wisely. Sponsors must invest in research that will have the greatest return on investment (ROI) and researchers need to receive a positive ROI for their time spent developing a proposal and conducting research. Today, the ROI on US government-funded research is not as high as it could be, but research development practices can help address this issue, ultimately leading to more effective and impactful research outcomes. This project developed a comprehensive Guide to research development to be used by researchers and research administrators in the planning and development of a comprehensive research strategy. This comprehensive Guide to research development introduces the reader to the process behind research strategy as well as highlights a few strategy practices from industry that can be adapted for the research By following this Guide, a researcher or research institution can approach their project or portfolio strategically and endeavor to produce more meaningful research outcomes. The Guide walks the reader through the three stages of research strategy development: inform, create, and implement.
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