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The Role of Technological, Economic, and Usage Ruptures in the Innovation Process

  • Cozumel A. Monroy-León
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Abstract

Currently, innovation has become increasingly important in the global scene because it represents a way to maintain or to reach a competitive advantage inside an organization (Carayannis et al., Innovation and entrepreneurship. Theory, policy and practice. Springer International Publishing Switzerland, p 232, 2015, 1). The objective of this chapter is identifying the technological, economic, and usage ruptures, for the purpose of showing their importance in the stabilization of a process, aimed at reaching a transformation, named the innovation process. In problem-solving, the innovation is considered as “the introduction of a new or significantly improved product or process, of a new marketing or organizational method in the company’s internal practices or external relations.” The identification of each one of the ruptures achieved by using different tools – table of technical data, pie graph, graph of the technical value of an object, and the buyer’s usage matrix – which make possible to know the technological requirements, selected needs of a market, and finally, the economic characteristics which allow for, not only the differentiation of the established price, but also the evaluation of the innovative project’s investment return to be carried out.

Keywords

Innovation Innovation process Differentiation Tools Ruptures 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Cozumel A. Monroy-León
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  1. 1.Department of Systems, Faculty of EngineeringNational Autonomous University of MexicoMexico CityMexico

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