Integrated roadmaps for strategic management and planning

Research paper by Konstantin Vishnevskiy, Oleg Karasev, Dirk Meissner

Indexed on: 18 Mar '16Published on: 26 Nov '15Published in: Technological Forecasting and Social Change


Roadmapping is a complex long-term planning instrument that allows for setting strategic goals and estimating the potential of new technologies, products, and services. Until recently, roadmapping was used mainly for strategic planning, either from a technological or a market research perspective. Roadmaps emphasized either technological development or satisfaction of market demands but rarely both. Consequently, roadmaps either excessively stress the technology side, which might lead to technically sophisticated solutions that lack applicability, or overstress customer needs, neglecting business competence-building.

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