Managing upstream innovation processes
[Le pilotage des processus d’innovation amont]
A critical issue in innovation management is the coupling of two processes: the creation of new technological knowledge and the exploration of value propositions for innovative concepts. This article describes original coupling modalities that rely on new activities – distinct from research and development – and combine different coupling mechanisms put forward in a scattered way in the literature. The analysis is based on the case of a company in the information and communication sector which has initiated a reorganization of its innovation processes to tackle the current context of intense competition and digital revolution.
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|Date of creation:||Apr 2017|
|Publication status:|| Published in Revue Française de Gestion, Lavoisier, 2017, Management alternatif, 43 (264), pp.23-42. |
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