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Innovation’s strategy

Produce innovative ideas, manage uncertainties
Our principle is that company’s actors are the most relevant ones to decide their products’ evolution. Our algorithm to frame research issues will help you to map your innovation’s axis in coherency with the expectations of your market.

Our principle is that company’s actors are the most relevant ones to decide their products’ evolution… as ideas are already in their minds! The only problem is to synthetize them and to manage uncertainties..

Our analytical approach, based on an algorithm referring to evolution’s laws and TRIZ theory’s tools, harnesses the capacity of your team to focus on strategic reflections, taking advantage of their multiple sensitivities (marketing, commercial, research, industrialization), structuring and prioritising the ideas, identifying innovative ones and obtaining their full support to proposed priorities and solutions. Our experts will help you collect the “good ideas” to be managed in order to reach any breakthrough or step-by-step innovation.

A successful technical innovation is characterized by the optimisation of the couple performance/cost. It becomes necessary to connect the customers’ need(s) to the physics of the studied system by identifying the “key parameters” which meet both users’ needs and technological possibilities.

By this way, innovation is considered as a scientific study of technological parameters on which can be applied the evolution’s laws and problems’ resolution corresponds to match innovation’s parameters values and market’s needs.

This approach reduces drastically uncertainties, minimizes the design of experiments and the “time to market”.

The method reconciles the properties linked to customers’ use with the physical parameters linked to product’s technology.

Key steps

1. Preliminary analysis of the environment

  • Reformulate the problem by using MeetSYS methodologies (approach and know-how)
  • Define the scope of action (products, services, geographical zones)
  • Analyse the environment (markets, fields, customers) and the physical evolution of it
  • Locate the company results on the S-curves and the volumes/sales graphics.

2. Strategic and tactic analysis of the system’s development, in coherency with the evolution’s laws of technical systems

  • Put forward the conceptual developments’ directions for a technical system (strategic analysis) versus the S-curves
  • Define the “key parameter”, the innovation’s motor
  • Describe the composite portrait of the future technical systems (tactic analysis)
  • Estimate the most probable values reachable by the physical parameters of the technical system (systemic approach).

3. Report of the innovation’s approach

  • Recommend R&D works
  • Recommend solution’s specifications
    • CNES
    • THALES Air Systems
    • Messier-Bugatti
    • LVMH Recherche
    • Hennessy
    • Moria
    • Legrand
    • Nestlé Purina
    • Cetim
    • Arvin Meritor
    • Autoliv / Livbag
    • Chereau SA
    • TOTAL M&S
    • Total Exploration
    • Solvay Research center