Product-Process Feature-Performance Innovations
DEVELOPING A PRODUCT INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY FOR YOUR BUSINESS
Reference Paper #39 , 2010
By Dr. Robert G. Cooper and Dr. Scott J. Edgett
Product and Process Innovation
A System Dynamics-Based Analysis of the Interdependencies
Peter M. Milling and Joachim Stumpfe
2000 Conference Papers
In addition to numerous interactions with the environment the complexity of innovation processes in industrial
companies results from interactions between product and process innovation. An effective innovation management has to take these interdependencies into account coming to a congruent implementation of the different types of innovation.
Rajesh Chandy and Jaideep Prabhu
Product-Process Efficiency InnovationsInnovative Ideas - Improving Efficiency at Ontario Universities
Innovations for Resource-Efficient Production
Energy efficiency and U.S. competitiveness Applying product and process innovation to build long-term economic advantage.
The U.S. industrial and building sectors could extend the use of their still-productive
assets while improving energy efficiency by investing in technologies that make it easier to
manage energy use. These include variable-speed drives, motor-control systems, high-efficiency
motors and building-systems automation, among others.
We believe that there is no singular solution for achieving global competitiveness through energy
efficiency; and that while moderating consumer consumption and entirely new energy models are
part of the equation, so is immediate investment in existing infrastructure with widely available
technology. Such investment holds the promise of results and can be most easily implemented as
the responsibility falls largely on the private sector.
Energy Efficiency Innovation
Doing the Right Things Right: Enhanced Effectiveness and Cost Savings
A STRUCTURED APPROACH TO ORGANIZATIONAL IMPROVEMENT