Phaal, R and Palmer, PJ (2010) Technology management - Structuring the strategic dialogue. EMJ - Engineering Management Journal, 22. pp. 64-74. ISSN 1042-9247Full text not available from this repository.
Successful innovation requires effective communication within and between technical and nontechnical communities, which can be challenging due to different educational backgrounds, experience, perceptions, and attitudes. Roadmapping has emerged as a method that can enable effective dialogue between these groups, and the way in which information is structured is a key feature that enables this communication. This is an area that has not received much attention in the literature, and this article seeks to address this gap by describing in detail the structures that have been successfully applied in roadmapping workshops and processes, from which key learning points and future research directions are identified.
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