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Needs for methods and models rationalizing work of the actors of an organization implied in an innovation process: basic principles and examples

Abstract : The processes of innovation can be considered before all as business processes; those generally relate to more or less complex organizations. It is possible to understand and improve these processes by exploiting methods and models coming from various fields. Basic principles and examples are provided in the paper.
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Christophe Kolski, Emmanuel Adam, Stéphanie Bernonville, René Mandiau. Needs for methods and models rationalizing work of the actors of an organization implied in an innovation process: basic principles and examples. ERIMA07’ : Towards new challenges for innovative management practices, Mar 2007, Biarritz, France. pp.33-42. ⟨hal-03457034⟩

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