Degré d'innovation et performances des entreprises: limites des recherches actuelles et nouvelles perspectives pour le management de l'innovation

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https://doi.org/10.53102/2006.25.01.542

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Management de l'innovation, Innovation radicale & incrémentale, Portefuille d'innovations, Performances, Méthodologie & épistémologie

Résumé

Cet article propose une synthèse des recherches consacrées à la relation entre les performances des entreprises et le degré d'innovation (notamment innovation radicale versus incrémentale). Cela conduit à recenser dans la première partie de l'article de nombreux résultats paradoxaux. Ceux-ci sont notamment susceptibles de s' expliquer par l' existence de multiples biais méthodologiques dans les travaux empiriques, les biais identifiés étant classés en 6 catégories. Dans sa seconde partie, cet article livre des recommandations en vue de résoudre ces problèmes, l'objectif final étant de parvenir à améliorer la qualité des recommandations destinées aux praticiens. La conclusion majeure de l'article consiste à conseiller d'aborder le management de l'innovation à partir d'un nouveau concept, le portefeuille d'innovations. La mise en œuvre de ce concept soulève des questions concernant un large et vaste public : non seulement les stratèges, mais également les responsables de fonctions comme le marketing, l'audit et le contrôle de gestion, le management des achats et des systèmes d'information etc. Par conséquent, pour gagner en robustesse, les prolongements éventuels nécessitent une approche transversale.

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Liouville, J. (2006). Degré d’innovation et performances des entreprises: limites des recherches actuelles et nouvelles perspectives pour le management de l’innovation. Revue Française De Gestion Industrielle, 25(1), 5–28. https://doi.org/10.53102/2006.25.01.542

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