Measuring innovation

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Measuring innovation

  1. 1. Innovation Management Is a State of Mind The Amaté platform Measuring Innovation May 13th 2014 - Preliminary Draft -
  2. 2. Agenda I. Context II. Peer/Community evaluation III. Continuous improvement IV. Concurrent engineering V. FMEA - Effect Analysis VI. Lean Thinking VII. Impact - Information Services VIII. Impact - Consumer Goods IX. Conclusion and Perspectives Introduction Networks ApplicationChallenges Value
  3. 3. Peer Evaluation Introduction Networks ApplicationChallenges Value • Evaluation of work by one’s peers • A form of self-regulation by qualified members of a profession • Used both for process improvement and standardization • A concept that is both vague and inherently biased
  4. 4. Continuous Improvement Introduction Networks ApplicationChallenges Value • An ongoing effort to improve products, services, or processes • W. E. Deming : the 'systemic' feedback is evaluated against organizational goals • A meta-process that is either incremental or « game changing » • Kaizen: The Key to Japan's Competitive Success (1986)[
  5. 5. Concurrent Engineering Introduction Networks ApplicationChallenges Value • A work methodology based on the parallelization of tasks • All elements of a product’s life-cycle should be taken into consideration in design • Design activities should be concurrent • It replaces the more traditional ‘Waterfall Model’.[
  6. 6. • Developed by reliability engineers in the 1950s to study potential malfunctions • An FMEA involves inductive reasoning around a single point of failure • FMEA is based on experience with similar products and processes • Functional, Design, and Process FMEA. FMEA Introduction Networks ApplicationChallenges Value
  7. 7. Lean Thinking Introduction Networks ApplicationChallenges Value • The term "lean" was coined in the 1980s to describe Toyota • Creating more value for customers with fewer resources. • Changes the focus of management from optimizing separate technologies to optimizing the flow of products and services Purpose, Process, People
  8. 8. Impact – Information Services Introduction Networks ApplicationChallenges Value
  9. 9. Impact – Consumer Goods Introduction Networks ApplicationChallenges Value
  10. 10. Perspectives I. Context II. FMEA - Effect Analysis III. Lean Thinking IV. Concurrent engineering V. Continuous improvement VI. Peer/Community evaluation VII. Impact - Information Services VIII. Impact - Consumer Goods IX. Conclusion and Perspectives Introduction Networks ApplicationChallenges Value

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