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Innovation. Multiple measures may complement each other and provide better information about critical phases in the process. We call this pattern a focused pattern. The second, that we call a balanced pattern, indicates that managers use measures from different phases of the innovation process together. This pattern provides an overview of the entire process and takes advantage of leading-lagging relationships among measures rather than emphasize a particular phase as the focused pattern suggests.

This new approach relies on formal systems to manage the process from the resources required to innovate through the management of the process itself to the outputs. Within the formal systems that are used to manage innovation, measurement systems play an important role (Meyer, 1994). Measurement systems are one of the sources of information used to assess the state of the innovation process. However, little is known about how top managers use measures: (1) what is the pattern of use – in other words, which measures managers analyze together to be informed about business processes (and in particular the innovation process): do they use together measures that inform about a particular stage of the process or do they combine measures from different phases to have an overall perspective of the process; and (2) how the innovation strategy of the company affects the use of these measures.

Measurement of Variables The measures section of the questionnaire is designed with a simple structure and the objective of facilitating the responses rather than communicating a measurement model. This research design is important given the exploratory nature of the research. 4 The measures included in the questionnaire are those that, according to the experience of the consulting firm, companies use more often. While this criterion is based on experience rather than any theoretical foundation, it provides a list of measures that encompasses the most relevant ones to the management of innovation.

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