Shifting paradigms in innovation management – Organic growth strategies in the cloud

Authors Richard Messnarz
Gabriele Sauberer
Michael Mac an Airchinnigh
Miklós Biró
Damjan Ekert
Michael Reiner
Editors A. Walker
R. O'Connor
R. Messnarz
Title Shifting paradigms in innovation management – Organic growth strategies in the cloud
Booktitle Systems, Software and Services Process Improvement - Proc. EuroSPI 2019
Type article
Publisher Springer
Series Communications in Computer and Information Science
Volume 1060
ISBN 978-3-030-28004-8
DOI 10.1007/978-3-030-28005-5_3
Month August
Year 2019
Pages 28-42
SCCH ID# 19074

The industry is currently undergoing tremendous changes. In the automotive domain vehicles get connected and autonomous, the powertrain gets electrified. The CO2 emissions have to be reduced as a contribution to stop the global warming. Intelligent service architectures for future e-mobility services are created, and accessibility requirements and demographic developments need to be considered. The production is more and more automated, decentralized and controlled by robots. To meet the future requirements of an electric car in the future, it is essential to combine different approaches with each other. Also the Internet of Things (IoT) leads to complete networking of humans, machines, environment, medical systems, transport systems, etc. Can we under these circumstances still use the typical innovation strategies or do we need new paradigms for generating innovation and managing innovation? This paper will deal with new patterns and concepts that will substitute the previous patterns and concepts promoted by the innovation manager job role from ECQA.