Knowledge transfer from lean startup method to project management for boosting innovation projects' performance Online publication date: Wed, 03-Jan-2018
by Zornitsa B. Yordanova
International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation and Development (IJTLID), Vol. 9, No. 4, 2017
Abstract: The paper aims at presenting the results from a study that examines the possibility, usefulness and existence of knowledge transfer of some tools and techniques from the lean startup method toward project management. The research focuses on innovation projects and these projects' need for more flexible and innovative tools and techniques so their performance to be improved. The research includes literature framework, literature analysis, comparative analysis and empirical research in two parts. The empirical research first extracts 13 tools and techniques from lean startup method and then tests the usage and the effect of these techniques implementation in 167 innovation projects. The results show the existing collaboration between the method and the project management practice as well as outline the most appropriate tools and techniques with higher positive impact on innovative projects.
Online publication date: Wed, 03-Jan-2018
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