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Valuing Corporate Innovation : Strategies, Tools, and Best Practice from the Energy and Technology Sector.

By: Friedl, Gunther.
Contributor(s): Kayser, Horst J.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Management for Professionals Ser: Publisher: Cham : Springer, 2017Copyright date: ©2018Description: 1 online resource (121 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319648644.Subject(s): Research, Industrial-Management | Technological innovationsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Valuing Corporate Innovation : Strategies, Tools, and Best Practice from the Energy and Technology SectorDDC classification: 658.57 23 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- About the Editors -- Introduction -- References -- Valuing Research and Development Projects in Energy Markets -- 1 Characteristics of Research and Development Projects -- 1.1 The Importance of Research and Development Projects -- 1.2 Identification and Classification of Different Sources of Risk in Development Processes -- 1.3 Multiple Stages and Flexibility in Research and Development Projects -- 2 Tools for Valuing and Managing Investment Projects in Research and Development -- 2.1 Shortcomings of Classical Valuation Tools for Projects in Research and Development -- 2.2 Capturing Risk and Flexibility with Decision Tree Analysis -- 2.3 The Real Option Method as a Tool for Improving the Valuation of Research and Development Projects -- 2.4 The Stage-Gate Process to Manage Flexibility in Research and Development Projects -- 3 Case Study: Development of the H-Class Siemens Gas Turbine -- 3.1 Overview of Energy Markets: A Snapshot, Trends and the Importance of Natural Gas in Power Generation -- 3.2 Gas Turbines: History and Market Analysis -- 3.3 The Decision Process for the H-Class Gas Turbine -- 3.4 Identification and Assessment of Relevant Risks in the Project -- 3.5 The Project Management and Managerial Flexibility in the Development Phase -- 3.6 Summary and Discussion -- References -- Valuing Product Lifecycle Management -- 1 Characteristics of Product Lifecycle Management -- 1.1 Definition and History of Product Lifecycle Management -- 1.2 How Product Lifecycle Management Is Transforming the Whole Product Development Process -- 2 Potential Value Creation of Software Based Product Lifecycle Management -- 2.1 Empirical Results on Value Levers of a Product Lifecycle Management Environment -- 2.2 Identifying Product Lifecycle Management Value Levers and Using the Product Lifecycle Concept.
3 Total Cost of Ownership for Software Based Product Lifecycle Management -- 3.1 Literature on the Total Cost of Ownership Concept -- 3.2 Applying the Total Cost of Ownership Concept to Product Lifecycle Management Software Solutions -- 4 Case Study: Implementing the Siemens PLM Software Suite -- 4.1 The Capabilities of the Siemens PLM Software Suite -- 4.2 Implementation of the Siemens PLM Software Suite at a Siemens Business Unit -- 4.3 Costs and Benefits Related to the Implementation of Siemens Product Lifecycle Management -- 4.4 Value Realized by Product Lifecycle Management at the Siemens Business Unit -- 4.5 Summary and Discussion -- References -- Measuring Innovation Performance -- 1 A Claim for Measuring Innovation Performance -- 2 Fundamentals of Innovation and Innovation Performance -- 2.1 Characteristics of Innovation -- 2.2 Approaches for Assessing the Innovation Process -- 2.2.1 The Innovation Value Chain -- 2.2.2 The Input-Process-Output-Outcome Model -- 2.3 Fundamentals of Innovation Performance Measurement -- 2.3.1 Reasons for Innovation Performance Measurement -- 2.3.2 Levels of Innovation Performance Measurement -- 2.3.3 Characteristics of Innovation Performance Measurement Systems -- 3 Towards an Innovation Performance Measurement Framework -- 3.1 Basic Framework Design -- 3.2 Categories of the Measurement Framework -- 3.2.1 Input Management -- 3.2.2 Project Management -- 3.2.3 Commercialization -- 3.2.4 Knowledge Management -- 3.2.5 Innovation Strategy -- 3.2.6 Organization and Culture -- 3.2.7 Portfolio Management -- 3.3 Putting the Framework into Action -- 4 Case Study: Evaluating Innovation Power at Siemens -- 4.1 Role of Innovation at Siemens -- 4.2 Assessment of the Siemens Innovation Review -- 4.2.1 Classification of the Innovation Review -- 4.2.2 Basic Principles and Goals of the Innovation Review.
4.2.3 Design of the Innovation Review: Evaluation Criteria and Categories -- 4.2.4 Technological Competitiveness -- 4.2.5 Resource Allocation -- 4.2.6 Long-Term Orientation -- 4.2.7 Analysis of Innovation Review Outcomes -- 4.2.8 Recommended Management Attention for Business Units with Low Profit Margins -- 4.3 Summary and Discussion -- References -- Conclusions -- Index.
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Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- About the Editors -- Introduction -- References -- Valuing Research and Development Projects in Energy Markets -- 1 Characteristics of Research and Development Projects -- 1.1 The Importance of Research and Development Projects -- 1.2 Identification and Classification of Different Sources of Risk in Development Processes -- 1.3 Multiple Stages and Flexibility in Research and Development Projects -- 2 Tools for Valuing and Managing Investment Projects in Research and Development -- 2.1 Shortcomings of Classical Valuation Tools for Projects in Research and Development -- 2.2 Capturing Risk and Flexibility with Decision Tree Analysis -- 2.3 The Real Option Method as a Tool for Improving the Valuation of Research and Development Projects -- 2.4 The Stage-Gate Process to Manage Flexibility in Research and Development Projects -- 3 Case Study: Development of the H-Class Siemens Gas Turbine -- 3.1 Overview of Energy Markets: A Snapshot, Trends and the Importance of Natural Gas in Power Generation -- 3.2 Gas Turbines: History and Market Analysis -- 3.3 The Decision Process for the H-Class Gas Turbine -- 3.4 Identification and Assessment of Relevant Risks in the Project -- 3.5 The Project Management and Managerial Flexibility in the Development Phase -- 3.6 Summary and Discussion -- References -- Valuing Product Lifecycle Management -- 1 Characteristics of Product Lifecycle Management -- 1.1 Definition and History of Product Lifecycle Management -- 1.2 How Product Lifecycle Management Is Transforming the Whole Product Development Process -- 2 Potential Value Creation of Software Based Product Lifecycle Management -- 2.1 Empirical Results on Value Levers of a Product Lifecycle Management Environment -- 2.2 Identifying Product Lifecycle Management Value Levers and Using the Product Lifecycle Concept.

3 Total Cost of Ownership for Software Based Product Lifecycle Management -- 3.1 Literature on the Total Cost of Ownership Concept -- 3.2 Applying the Total Cost of Ownership Concept to Product Lifecycle Management Software Solutions -- 4 Case Study: Implementing the Siemens PLM Software Suite -- 4.1 The Capabilities of the Siemens PLM Software Suite -- 4.2 Implementation of the Siemens PLM Software Suite at a Siemens Business Unit -- 4.3 Costs and Benefits Related to the Implementation of Siemens Product Lifecycle Management -- 4.4 Value Realized by Product Lifecycle Management at the Siemens Business Unit -- 4.5 Summary and Discussion -- References -- Measuring Innovation Performance -- 1 A Claim for Measuring Innovation Performance -- 2 Fundamentals of Innovation and Innovation Performance -- 2.1 Characteristics of Innovation -- 2.2 Approaches for Assessing the Innovation Process -- 2.2.1 The Innovation Value Chain -- 2.2.2 The Input-Process-Output-Outcome Model -- 2.3 Fundamentals of Innovation Performance Measurement -- 2.3.1 Reasons for Innovation Performance Measurement -- 2.3.2 Levels of Innovation Performance Measurement -- 2.3.3 Characteristics of Innovation Performance Measurement Systems -- 3 Towards an Innovation Performance Measurement Framework -- 3.1 Basic Framework Design -- 3.2 Categories of the Measurement Framework -- 3.2.1 Input Management -- 3.2.2 Project Management -- 3.2.3 Commercialization -- 3.2.4 Knowledge Management -- 3.2.5 Innovation Strategy -- 3.2.6 Organization and Culture -- 3.2.7 Portfolio Management -- 3.3 Putting the Framework into Action -- 4 Case Study: Evaluating Innovation Power at Siemens -- 4.1 Role of Innovation at Siemens -- 4.2 Assessment of the Siemens Innovation Review -- 4.2.1 Classification of the Innovation Review -- 4.2.2 Basic Principles and Goals of the Innovation Review.

4.2.3 Design of the Innovation Review: Evaluation Criteria and Categories -- 4.2.4 Technological Competitiveness -- 4.2.5 Resource Allocation -- 4.2.6 Long-Term Orientation -- 4.2.7 Analysis of Innovation Review Outcomes -- 4.2.8 Recommended Management Attention for Business Units with Low Profit Margins -- 4.3 Summary and Discussion -- References -- Conclusions -- Index.

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