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How collaborative innovation and co-creation can deliver value: a stakeholder approach

Dibley, A., Yenicioglu, B. and Clark, M., (2012) How collaborative innovation and co-creation can deliver value: a stakeholder approach. Report. Henley Centre for Customer Management

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This project explores how collaborative innovation and co-creation between stakeholders can deliver value for firms. In today’s increasingly competitive and fast-changing global marketplace, firms must seek to develop more frequent and higher quality innovations (Ngugi et al, 2010). In addition, customers, employees and other stakeholders are demanding opportunities to co-create and collaborate with businesses more and more. As Ramaswamy (2010) comments: “Providers of products and services are challenged by customers who are increasingly informed, connected, networked and empowered. Customers, employees and stakeholders are demanding higher quality interactions and experiences from businesses and a deeper engagement in the value-creation and service delivery processes” (Ramaswamy, 2010, pp. 22). Given this increasing need to collaborate, innovate and co-create, firms need a better understanding of how they can engage in these activities in a way that maximises the value created for all stakeholders; this project, through exploratory, qualitative research interviews and a wide-ranging literature review, seeks to make a contribution in this area.

Item Type:Report (Report)
Divisions:Henley Business School > Marketing and Reputation
ID Code:82295
Publisher:Henley Centre for Customer Management


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