Portfolio Management Of Innovation Fields : Applying Ck Design Theory In Cross Industry Exploratory Partnership
AbstractOur paper refers to an industrial practice based on an integrated theoretical framework of design, CK design theory (Hatchuel and Weil, 2002, Hatchuel and Weil, 2003, Hatchuel and Weil, 2008), to support people in management of innovation fields. This study is based on an empirical case in a new form of R&D partnerships, the Cross Industry Exploratory Partnerships. MINATEC IDEAs Laboratory® is composed of a broad scope of partners 2 which aims to co-explore opportunities of micronanotechnologies. The paper deals with a strategic design tool, OPERA, which has been experimented since 2007 and involved participation of design team work and powerholders. During two years, creative insights and projects of the two laboratory's major innovation fields have been collected and structured within CK theory. This tool permits power-holders to drive innovation projects by giving an overview of explored concepts (and still not explored), activation and production of competencies and knowledge.
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Date of creation: 08 Jun 2009
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Publication status: Published - Presented, 16th International Product Development Management Conference “MANAGING DUALITIES IN THE INNOVATION JOURNEY”, 2009, Twente, Netherlands
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CK theory; innovative design; innovation partnership; OPERA; design theory; management of innovation;
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