Innovative prospects evaluation as a tool of managerial efficiency increase for complicated technical systems creation

Vorotnikov Vitalii Anatolievich
Head of sector to ensure legal protection and commercialization of intellectual property in the department of patent-innovative research,
State Design Office Yuzhnoye, Ukraine

  • The article deals with problems of management for the complicated technical systems creation according to the competitiveness criteria. It is proposed to form an analytical apparatus using the expert-analytical tools of project management, technological forecasting, investment planning, innovation management and marketing. The concept of using forecasting innovation component step to assess the competitiveness of the integral index is based on the fact that through the use of patent-innovative parameters can compensate for the lack of technical and economic. The approach, which allows on the basis of conceptual patents of the R&D project to generate indicators of novelty, technological level, the degree of legal protection and linking it with the degree of feasibility in the group indicator of innovative competitiveness. Methodology linking patent-innovation and technical and economic parameters requires a high correlation of their group competitiveness indicators, which in turn leads to a correlation with the integral indicator.
  • novelty management, complicated technical systems, innovative competitiveness, patent-innovative indicators, forecasting prospects.
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