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The research carried out in this thesis dealt with two strands that are closely related in their research theme. The first is pertaining to problem solving processes, specifically the problem definition stages, and the second is concerned with the role of TRIZ in developing Product Service Systems (PSS).One of the most important developments in innovation management in the recent past is the systematic approach of making creativity and innovation learnable through generalizing knowledge and best practice for problem solving. Solution generation and evaluation attracted more emphasis while more important aspects of problem solving lie in the problem identification and definition stages. TRIZ provided the core of the generalised knowledge and best practice that many state of the art innovation methodologies look into for problem solving. This research has investigated the structure of some of these methodologies and their approaches for the purpose of identifying possible areas for enhancement in the problem definition stages. The research also presented key findings after analysing 93 case studies that were published using state of the art methodologies and other proprietary approaches.These two research activities identified the major shortcomings in problem identification and definition stages to be related to identifying the root causes and the right system parameters involved in the root causes as well as the way by which the problem model is drawn and communicated. The research contributions to this research strand are manifested in a systematic approach for problem identification and definition called the Problem Construction Model (PCM). This model provides answers to the identified deficiencies. The research also reported an evaluation and a comparison of the PCM with other state of the art approaches.The research for the second strand is centred on the role TRIZ can play in developing PSSs. The research investigated the state of the art in PSSs development methodologies in terms of approach, structure and tools implemented. While many of the investigated methodologies provided organisational and evaluation tools, they stayed short from incorporating TRIZ or any of its tools in the PSSs development processes and did not tackle the issues in problem identification and solution. The research contributions in this strand are a concept for developing PSSs called “Balance” and the development of 40 inventive principles for developing eco-efficient PSSs.
In recent years, software process modeling and simulation have become one of the powerful techniques for effectively investigating, managing, and improving software development processes to achieve quality product. Until now, most research has focused on the quantitative aspects of process modelling and simulation. Nevertheless, purely quantitative process modelling requires very detailed understanding and accurate measurement of the software process, which rely on reliable and precise history data. When such data are lacking or the quality is dubious, quantitative models impose constraints that restrict the model's value. Unfortunately, these data are not readily available in most cases, especially in the organisations at lower process maturity levels. In addition, software development is a highly complex, human-centred endeavour, which involves many uncertain factors in the course of the development process. This book presents the pioneering research on qualitative (and semi-quantitative) modeling and simulation of software process, as an alternative to the quantitative approaches, in coping with a lack of complete knowledge in software engineering practice.
In recent years research initiatives in the field of project management have accelerated and are now pursued across many disciplinary fields and a vast range of project types, ranging from construction to organisational change and new product development. This diversity of research into phenomena within the project context suggests the dynamism of and progress within this field of study, and its potential to contribute to scholarly knowledge within a range of disciplinary areas outside of project management itself, including organisational studies, knowledge management and organisational learning. A prominent feature in current project management research is an emphasis on the important mediating influence of context on project performance and operational effectiveness. This shift in focus constitutes a notable divergence within project management from traditional concerns with technical processes. Indeed, many researchers and authors identify projects as primarily social constructs, where sense-making and adaptive behaviours are required to accommodate local contexts, dynamics and personal attributes. The inaugural Asia Pacific Research Conference on Project Management was held in February 2010 at Monash University Australia. The conference theme was The project as a social system and brought together a wide ranging group of project management researchers, primarily from the Asia-Pacific region but also from Europe. This theme encapsulated and encouraged contributions from researchers on diverse social- human- and context-centred phenomena within the project based environment. The papers presented in this book reflect the richness of this developing intellectual area in highlighting how projects interrelate with their social and contextual environments.