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A VALUE APPROACH IN INNOVATIVE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT: ARE CONVENTIONAL METHODS AND TOOLS SUFFICIENT?

A VALUE APPROACH  IN INNOVATIVE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT: ARE CONVENTIONAL METHODS AND TOOLS SUFFICIENT?

Year: 2010

Section: DESIGN PROCESSES

Editor: Marjanovic D., Storga M., Pavkovic N., Bojcetic N.

Author: Petetin, F.; Bertoluci, G.; Bocquet, J. C.

Section: DESIGN PROCESSES

Pages: 403-412

Abstract

Innovation is acknowledged in today’s literature as being crucial for the subsistence of companies. But is it always good? How can we evaluate new values created for the firm and its partners considering the risks related to its development? In this paper we study the different kinds of values that can be created by an innovation. We introduce methods commonly used to drive the value created by products and supply chains and show that they are not sufficient when the innovation is too different from the original product. Finally, we present the approach we promote for a new system conception.

Keywords: innovation, value chain creation, value management

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DESIGN 2010 - 11th International Design ConferenceCreative thinking, computational synthesis, environmental concerns, structural complexity, mechatronics, modelling of engineering processes, decision making, research quality, product development, embodiment, ... Each of these terms covers a range of activities, practical efforts and research streams. Excerpted from the DESIGN 2010 topic and workshop titles these terms epitomise the multi-dimensional nature of design that gathers all of the authors and participants to the DESIGN conference events. Our...

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