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How the ALIENNOR Platform Supports the Identification of Eco-Ideation Stimulation Mechanisms During an Eco-Ideation Phase

Abstract : Creativity stage or ideation phase is one of the most important step of innovation process where ideas with high potential of environmental and social impact reduction are generated. Therefore, many eco-ideation tools (stimuli, mechanisms, etc.) have been proposed. These tools are mainly at micro level (providing technical solutions) or at macro-level (providing a systemic view). The research project ALIENNOR ( http://www.agence-nationale-recherche.fr/Project-ANR-15-CE10-0001 ) aims at providing a set of Eco-Ideation Stimulation Mechanisms (ESMs) at meso-level compromising both systemic vision and technical solutions. This paper presents how ALIENNOR platform (a part of ALIENNOR project) supports the identification of appropriate ESMs used in eco-ideation phase.
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Cong Cuong Pham, Flore Vallet, Benjamin Tyl, Olivier Pialot, Benoit Eynard. How the ALIENNOR Platform Supports the Identification of Eco-Ideation Stimulation Mechanisms During an Eco-Ideation Phase. 15th IFIP International Conference on Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Jul 2018, Turin, Italy. pp.543-553. ⟨hal-01960799⟩

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