Generic Heurorithm of Innovation Management from Generating Ideas to Commercialization

A.I. Bashmakov, V.V. Popov, D.N. Zhedyaevskii, D.N. Chikichev, E.A. Voyakin
European Research Studies Journal, Volume XVIII, Issue 4, 47-56, 2015
DOI: 10.35808/ersj/477


The problem of providing an integrated scientific, methodological and information support of the innovation process, covering all its stages including the creative phase, at which novelties are created (solving the problem of conceptual design), is considered. The generic heurorithm (heuristic algorithm) of the innovation management serves as the methodological basis for the implementation of the information support and management innovation system. It is a standard program tool for corporative innovation infrastructure for use in universities, and is intended for describing, accounting and management of ideas at different stages of the innovation cycle. Heurorithm has a modular structure and is represented by a graphical notation systems working schemes. Its schemes reflect a variety of means to support innovation: scientific and methodological support, methods, instructional materials, information resources and a program toolkit (including components of information support and innovation management system). These means correspond to the heuristic components of activities and heuristic information facilities: weakly formalized creative processes and experience gained during their realization. Availability and detailing of heuristics generated and used at different stages of the innovation process for its intensification, is one of the main differences between the developed heurorithm and known organizational charts of innovative activity. On the basis of the generic heurorithm in the system of information support and innovation management an interactive navigator on the stages of the innovation process and means of its support is developed. The research was conducted at the financial support of the state e represented by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation (the unique identifier of the research work RFMEFI57314X0007).

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