newPIC research projects

The newPIC chair develops numerous research projects, all instantiating the tagline "Research for Practice" framing PSB's reserch lab. We run projects and initiatives for the industry, and we also regularly answer calls for proposals issued by the industry, or French and European institutions.
This page lists current and past research projects developed by the newPIC chair.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Project commissioned by BPI LE HUB, Paris & Co, and Innovation Factory
  • Faculty: Valérie MERINDOL, David W. VERSAILLES,
    Nicolas AUBOUIN, Ignasi CAPDEVILA, Alexadra LE CHAFFOTEC
  • Students: Marianne COHEN, Marion DESNOST, Nathan AFOUMADO, Etienne CIMETIERRE
  • Method: Qualitative method based on semi-structured interviews,
    and on braistorming sessions with the interviewees and the institutions commissioning the project
  • Description / Objectives:
    To be documented.
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  • Co-organizer of the expert group: FutuRIS platform of the ANRT association
  • Faculty: Valérie MERINDOL, David W. VERSAILLES,
    Nicolas AUBOUIN, Ignasi CAPDEVILA, Alexadra LE CHAFFOTEC
  • Students: Alexis Chiovetta, Thomas VOISIN
  • Research team for ANRT / FutuRIS: Nadege BOUQUIN
  • Method: Organization and facilitation of an expert group, qualitative method based on semi-structured interviews and, braistorming sessions with the experts
  • Description / Objectives:
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  • Description / Objectives: This project is extensivly described under the section "Expert groups".
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  • Faculty: Valerie MERINDOL, Ekaterina BESSON, Karim ERRAJAA, and Jean-Paul SUSINI
  • Method: Qualitative method based on semi-structured interviews,
    and on braistorming sessions with the industry
  • Industrial partners: Kitchen Electrics business unit of Groupe SEB
  • Description / Objectives:
    The project focuses on the selection of new ideas in the innovation process, and aims at improving the rationales for selection. The approach seeks at identifying key success factors, major risks and issues at stake in order to deal with them as early as possible in the innovation process.
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  • Faculty: Nicolas AUBOUIN, Valérie MERINDOL, Ioanna OCNARESCU
  • Academic partnership: STRATE COLLEGE
  • Method: Qualitative method based on semi-structured interviews,
    and on braistorming sessions with the industry
  • Industrial partners: CPI, OTIS, SWM, Technicolor
  • Description / Objectives:
    The project aims at understanding how firms appropriate new/original ideas produced out of their boundaries, and how such ideas make sense for them.
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  • Faculty: Valerie MERINDOL, Olivier LAMOTTE, Patrick LLERENA
  • Method: Qualitative method based on semi-structured interviews,
    and on braistorming sessions with the industry
  • Industrial partners: L'OREAL
  • Description / Objectives:
    The project investigates the role of open innovation in the strategies implemented by global firms, and the variety of associated practices within them. The project elaborates on several industry sectors, and expects to draw its conclusions from the comparison between them..
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  • Project commissioned by Observatoire économique de la Defense (OED), Direction des affaires financières
    (Directorate for Finanacial Affairs), French Ministry of Defense (FR Mod)
  • Faculty: Valerie MERINDOL and David W. VERSAILLES
  • Method: Qualitative method based on semi-structured interviews, brainstorming sessions,
    ethnographic observation, and participant observation
  • Industrial partnership: THALES
  • Description / Objectives:
    This project aims at understanding the rationales for the management of innovation in the domain of dual-use technologies, with civilian and military applicability. Synergies between technologies and products funded by civilian and/or military budgets have become a major issue at stake for the competitivity of large firms active in the ASD sector (Aeronautics, Space, and Defense). The project focuses on large industrial groups, and on the major IT companies..
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