Managing the Risk of Customer Integration

@inproceedings{Enkel2005ManagingTR,
  title={Managing the Risk of Customer Integration},
  author={Ellen Enkel},
  year={2005}
}
The necessity and the advantages of integrating customers into the innovation process are widely recognized. There are, however, inherent risks to customer integration that can be reduced by comprehensive risk management methods. Based on intensive desk research and in-depth workshops with nine companies, this article provides a detailed description of the various risks and offers advice on how to minimize them. Diverse risk management methods theoretical backgrounds are introduced, while… CONTINUE READING
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