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Gestão da inovação de produto: proposição de um modelo integrado

Product innovation management: an integrated model proposal

Stefanovitz, Juliano Pavanelli; Nagano, Marcelo Seido

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Este trabalho tem por objetivo estabelecer um panorama teórico da gestão do processo de inovação de produto e de seus desafios. Apesar de a importância da inovação ser amplamente reconhecida, há consenso de que as práticas de gestão que a potencializam permanecem ainda não totalmente desvendadas. Vários autores já comprovaram a complexidade do processo de inovação ao mostrar que ele envolve uma intrincada composição de risco e incerteza, necessidade de intensa orquestração multifuncional e a busca permanente de sintonia entre criação e disciplina. Reconhece-se, também, que, apesar dos avanços na última década, a literatura ainda carece de pesquisas que agreguem contribuições de diversas áreas em modelos integrados para gestão sistêmica da inovação. Baseado em revisão bibliográfica da literatura atual, é proposto um modelo composto por três dimensões (processos, contexto organizacional e recursos) e os desafios da inovação são investigados sob a óptica dessa estruturação teórica. Além da síntese conceitual sugerida, o presente artigo estabelece um referencial teórico que pode ser útil para pesquisas futuras ligadas ao tema.

Palavras-chave

Inovação. Gestão. Produto. Processo. Organização. Modelo

Abstract

The aim of this paper is to provide a theoretical overview of the product innovation management process and its challenges. Despite wide recognition of the importance of innovation, there is a consensus that management practices that maximize innovation are still not fully understood. Various authors have demonstrated the complexity of the innovation process by showing that it involves a detailed combination of risk and uncertainty and the need for intense multifunctional orchestration to attempt to strike a balance between creation and discipline. Despite advances over the last decade, the literature still lacks studies that bring together contributions from different fields of knowledge into integrated models for systemic management innovation. Based on current bibliography reviews, a model that includes three aspects (process, context and resources) is proposed, and the challenges of innovation are investigated from the perspective of structuration theory. This paper provides a conceptual synthesis and a theoretical framework that can be useful for future research on this topic.

Keywords

Innovation. Management. Product. Process. Organization. Model.

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