Methods and Techniques in Studies Related to the Delphi Method, Innovation Strategy, and Innovation Management Models

Jhon W Zartha, Juan M Montes, Elva E Vargas, Juan C Palacio, Raúl Hernández, José L Hoyos

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This article gathers results from a review and analysis of methods and techniques used in the Delphi method, innovation strategy, and innovation management models in organizations. The methodology used included the construction of search equations in databases such as Scopus and freepatentsonline, Google Scholar, ProQuest and universities such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Manchester and George Washington. A total of 151 related documents were obtained out of which 72 were selected. A frequency analysis of each method and technique was carried out. Some of the most representative results were: in the Delphi method, the most used is the modified Delphi method (MDM), while the most used technique are questionnaires; in innovation strategy, the most used methods are literature analysis and authors' theoretical analysis, while the most used technique is the Likert scale; finally, in organizational innovation management models, the most used method is matrices and literature analysis, while the most used technique are the mean and P value.
Idioma originalInglés estadounidense
Número de páginas8
PublicaciónInternational Journal of Applied Engineering Research
EstadoPublicada - 2018

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