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Start arrow Konferencje arrow 7th European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship - ECIE 2012
7th European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship - ECIE 2012

7th European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship - dr inż. Magdalena Jurczyk-Bunkowska oraz dr inż. Piotr Chwastyk

W dniach 20-21 września 2012 odbyła się na Politechnice w Santarem (Portugalia) konferencja naukowa z cyklu " Innovation and Entrepreneurship". Wzięli w niej udział dr inż. Magdalena Jurczyk-Bunkowska oraz dr inż. Piotr Chwastyk prezentując efekty badań prowadzonych w ramach projektu finansowanego przez Narodowe Centrum Nauki: "Opracowanie modelu planowania i szacowania kosztów procesów innowacji" (nr 4025/B/H03/2011/40).

7th European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship- dr inż. Magdalena Jurczyk-Bunkowska oraz dr inż. Piotr Chwastyk

W dniach 20-21 września 2012 odbyła się na Politechnice w Santarem (Portugalia) konferencja naukowa z cyklu " Innovation and Entrepreneurship". Wzięli w niej udział dr inż. Magdalena Jurczyk-Bunkowska oraz dr inż. Piotr Chwastyk prezentując efekty badań prowadzonych w ramach projektu finansowanego przez Narodowe Centrum Nauki: "Opracowanie modelu planowania i szacowania kosztów procesów innowacji" (nr 4025/B/H03/2011/40).

Tytuł wygłoszonych referatów oraz towarzyszących im publikacji:

"The role of planning in innovation success: experience of leading polish enterprises"

Abstract: The article describes the role of planning in managing innovation processes; proper management is the key to final success. It was presented basing on the practices of Polish leading innovative enterprises. The research was in a form of semi-structured interviews with managers involved in innovation processes within those enterprises. The interviews were conducted directly according to a questionnaire and a fixed question list which was developed and specified during the conversations. This form of research enabled thorough analysis of the applied management techniques of at least several innovation processes in every company. Only successful cases were taken into consideration however their scope was very miscellaneous: new products, radical changes in manufacturing technology or in machine upgrade or in innovations improving customer service. Their common feature is success defined as a visible influence on company's development gained through implemented innovation. The aim of the research was the management analysis of these kinds of processes and to define whether they were planned and how. It was also determined how managers link innovation process planning with its final success. All the findings were presented, analyzed and discussed and they led to elaborating the initial model of innovation process planning. The model is basing on two main assumptions resulting from the conducted research. The first one deals with distinguishing three categories of innovation processes which characterize particular management approach. The second assumption is directly related to innovation process planning; it indicates the necessity of successive process planning together with its progress. This also is connected with high uncertainty degree of particular actions and frequent non-linear innovation process course. Thus a  three-stage planning model was suggested, the stages give more details about previously made assumptions. This approach enables setting the innovation direction and therefore is the basis for carrying out the remaining managing functions. The uncertainty degree is decreasing along with every stage of innovation process, hence the decision making process was also included. Conclusions refer to how the suggested planning approach is linked with innovation success.

Keywords: innovation management, innovation process, planning, innovation success

Publikacja: Jurczyk-Bunkowska M.: The role of planning in innovation success: Experience of leading polish enterprises. Proceedings of the 7th European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Published by Academic Publishing International Limited, Reading,UK, 2012, pp. 349-357.

"The use of Multi-Criteria Analysis to Evaluate Innovative Solutions"

Abstract: Innovation processes are an important factor determining the development of enterprises. According to the philosophy of Continuous Innovation, companies should continuously seek out and pursue innovation. Usually there are many variants of innovation solution. The article concerns the evaluation of innovative solutions, which should indicate the solution to ensure the greatest benefits and the chance on the success of implementation. The uniqueness and complexity of innovation processes, the accompanying uncertainty and interdisciplinary knowledge makes evaluation of solutions difficult. Evaluation of solutions is based on a set of deterministic and fuzzy criteria. They will be concerned primarily benefits that innovation brings. Achieving the intended benefits is often associated with high costs. Therefore, the criteria should also include evaluation of the implementation process of innovation. In this article a multi-criteria analysis is proposed to apply in order to conduct the evaluation of innovative solutions. The criteria were presented that should be included in the assessment process and assumptions of this method. In the proposed solutions may find the variants among the different types of innovation. It is extremely difficult to compare the innovations of a different nature. Therefore, another problem discussed in the article is a narrowing of the proposed solutions to those types that can be evaluated on the basis of identical criteria. This problem can be solved using well-known theory of production management, Theory of Constraints .Identification of constraints ensures that implementation of innovation in this place will be beneficial. The proposed variants of innovative solutions for the constraints can be assessed together due to the convergence of goals. This approach to the evaluation of innovative solutions is the result of the first part of the study, which relate to ongoing innovation processes in Polish enterprises. So far, the analysis of 40th innovation processes were carried out in 12 companies.

Keywords: innovation process, evaluation process, multi-criteria analysis

Publikacja: Chwastyk P.: The use of Multi-Criteria Analysis to Evaluate Innovative Solutions. Proceedings of the 7th European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Published by Academic Publishing International Limited, Reading,UK, 2012, pp. 90-96.

 

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fot. dr inż. Magdalena Jurczyk-Bunkowska wraz z przewodniczącym sesji prof. Christosem Apostolakis z The Business School - Bournemouth University, UK

 

 

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fot. dr inż. Piotr Chwastyk wraz z (od lewej) Marcią Villasana z Tecnologico de Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico oraz Alciną Nunes z PolytechnicInstitute of Bragança, Portugal