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Fostering creativity and innovation during early informal design phases. Part 1: sociotechnical and psychology studies

Abstract : The first part of this special issue, entitled ‘Fostering Creativity and Innovation during early informal design phases. Part 1: sociotechnical and psychology studies', contains a selection of research work focused on the analysis and the characterisation of the early innovation phases. It is focused on the early design phases of innovative projects that are one of the important challenges for industrial companies. Indeed, innovation contains complex socio-technical phenomena and processes, especially when new ideas of innovative concepts (such as products or services) are proposed. These questions are complex because the first moments of innovative developments are not well-defined phases of the design activity. Indeed, they are not well-known, and combine different aspects such as creativity with negotiation among different stakeholders (design, marketing, suppliers, R&D, etc.).
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Jérémy Legardeur, Christophe Merlo. Fostering creativity and innovation during early informal design phases. Part 1: sociotechnical and psychology studies. Journal of Design Research, Inderscience, 2007, 6 (1), pp.1-4. ⟨hal-00182793⟩

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