Providing Clarity and A Common Language to the “Fuzzy Front End”

@article{Koen2001ProvidingCA,
  title={Providing Clarity and A Common Language to the “Fuzzy Front End”},
  author={P. Koen and Greg Ajamian and Robert Burkart and A. Clamen and J. Davidson and Robb D'Amore and Claudia Elkins and Kathy Herald and Michael Incorvia and A. Johnson and Robin A. Karol and Rebecca Seibert and A. Slavejkov and Klaus-P. Wagner},
  journal={Research-Technology Management},
  year={2001},
  volume={44},
  pages={46 - 55}
}
OVERVIEW: Eight companies that were Process Effectiveness Network members of the Industrial Research Institute attempted to collectively determine the best practices of the Fuzzy Front End (FFE) of innovation. Comparing one company's processes to those of another proved insurmountable because there was neither a common language nor clear and consistent definition of the key elements of the front end. As a result, the group developed a theoretical construct, defined as the New Concept… Expand
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