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ADInnov : an Intentional Method to Instill Innovation in Socio-Technical Ecosystems

Abstract : This paper presents an intentional-based modelling method aimed to support the analysis, the diagnosis and innovations for socio-technical ecosystems. Understanding and improving socio-technical ecosystems is still indeed a major challenge in the information systems domain. Current information systems' methods do not consider the particularities of socio-technical ecosystems where breakthrough innovation is not always possible. The proposed method called ADInnov aims at guiding a continuous innovation cycle in socio-technical ecosystems by focusing on the resolution of their blocking points. It combines different user-centred techniques such as interviews, serious games or storyboarding. The method, represented with the MAP formalism, results from the lessons learned in a healthcare domain project (InnoServ). Through an em-pirical study, project managers evaluated the method appropriateness.
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Mario Cortes Cornax, Agnes Front, Dominique Rieu, Christine Verdier, Fabrice Forest. ADInnov : an Intentional Method to Instill Innovation in Socio-Technical Ecosystems. CAISE 2016, International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, Jun 2016, Ljubljana, Slovenia. ⟨hal-01463668⟩