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ISSN 2587-814X (print),
ISSN 2587-8158 (online)

Russian version: ISSN 1998-0663 (print),
ISSN 2587-8166 (online)

Yuliya Stavenko, Alexander Gromov 1
  • 1 National Research University Higher School of Economics, 20 Myasnitskaya Str., Moscow, 101000, Russian Federation

Evolution of innovation process models

2012. No. 4(22). P. 3–9 [issue contents]

Julia Stavenko – Researcher, Center of Information Management Technologies; Assistant Professor, Department of Modeling and Business Process Optimization, Faculty of Business Informatics, National Research University Higher School of Economics.  
Address: 20, Myasnitskaya str., Moscow, 101000, Russian Federation.
E-mail: ystavenko@hse.ru

Alexander Gromov – Professor, Head of Department of Modeling and Business Process Optimization, Faculty of Business Informatics, National Research University Higher School of Economics.  
Address: 20, Myasnitskaya str., Moscow, 101000, Russian Federation.
E-mail: agromov@hse.ru

At present time providing support to innovative activity is still one of the most burning issues in scientific and corporate environment. Same refers to the Government level. However, despite the understanding of innovation significance, as stated in the INSEAD Repot Russia’s state and organization’s innovation policy efficiency regarding innovations’ support and implementation is rated Fifty One (51) thus giving way to such countries as Estonia, Slovenia and Saudi Arabia. A conclusion could be made that innovation management process still remains one of the most difficult and acute problems for Russian companies. In this regard quite many organizations need to have innovation process and intellectual resources management methods and policy efficient to meet specific business conditions.

The Article investigates evolution of approaches applicable to innovation processes management in organization. Based on such approaches’ analysis conclusions were made regarding the necessity to provide support to innovative process in current economic conditions based on existing knowledge.

According to investigation results the innovation process flow like any other is conditioned upon complicated interaction of multiple factors. This conclusion rests on evidencing materials stating that there is a wide range of innovation models existing in different industries as well as inside any industry itself. But it does not mean that the innovation process models are useless. Each of the models is a response to economic trends accompanying each of the generations: with changes in economic approaches the approaches to defining innovation process would change automatically. These could be used as templates each of which having its own implementation subject to organization type, corporate culture and resources available. In this way the primary task of any management would be creation of innovation process conforming to goals and objectives of particular organization and the relevant internal and external environment of such organization. 

Citation: Stavenko Yuliya Andreevna, Gromov Alexander Igorevich (2012) Evoliutciia modelei upravleniia innovatcionnymi protcessami v organizatcii [Evolution of innovation process models] Biznes-informatika, 4(22), pp. 3-9 (in Russian)
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