With Innovation Engineering, we manage innovation projects so that constant innovation success seems compelling to you and us. Successful innovations provide customers with unique, measurable value proposition and transform associated innovation projects into stable oligopolies. more ….
Innovations almost always fail, so start-ups too. Only rarely a start-up becomes an independent member of a stable oligopoly. The success of a start-up requires strategy, master plan and derived business models. more ….
The R&D of a market leader not only has to be more efficient, but also reorganized, in order to master a technology leap while maintaining the R&D quota. Both together require a strong CTO targeting at constant innovation success. more … Continued
A R&D network of divisions can compensate for higher R&D costs. The resulting increase in R&D productivity is economically more attractive than eliminating R&D projects or increasing efficiency within divisions, which often compromises R&D quality. more ….
Technology leaps require more one-time costs. As a first reaction, R&D demands more budget, but does not get it that way and yet retains much of its previous development tasks. So it gradually taps into the R&D cost trap. Its … Continued
The innovation timing determines the innovation success. Innovation projects fail when the environment goes unnoticed, when TTM takes first place instead of innovation quality, when planning ignores technical risks, when the right milestones are missing in early innovation phases, or … Continued
The human-robot collaboration raises quality, increases sustainability and lowers unit costs. However, it is being introduced slowly, as the fears about jobs are slowing the process down, as the one-time costs of the first projects are too high, and as … Continued
Does the transformation to an agile innovation system increase the company’s earnings? Can it adapt and survive in the face of external change? Or is agility essentially reserved for the start-ups of e-business? These are current entrepreneurial questions for managing … Continued
A successful innovation project begins with an idea and ends in a resilient oligopoly. In between are uncertainties, inventions, complexity dynamics, financing dynamics, competitive dynamics and transition to the operative business. The innovation is similar to a pudding, which the … Continued
Competitive innovations must solve the dilemma of innovation risk and offer price. The risk of innovation is often uncertain or not calculated with probabilities. The offer price is more based on wishful thinking than on probabilities to win the competition. … Continued