Exploring the Use of Stakeholder Analysis Methodology in the Establishment of a Living Lab
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Original versionTechnology innovation management review. 2018, 8 (12), 26-39. 10.22215/timreview/1199
This article explores how to conduct a cost-effective stakeholder analysis to investigate opportunities and interest in establishing a living lab for an autonomous ferry connection. Using an action research approach, we share our experiences with the process and results, and we reflect openly on the strengths and weaknesses of both the stakeholder methodology generally as well as our own implementation specifically. According to the cyclic nature of action research and experiential learning, the research was conducted in two iterations, with the second iteration drawing upon input from the first. We compare and discuss these two approaches in terms of costs and benefits from a practitioner’s perspective. The article provides a contribution to stakeholder analysis methodology for complex, multi-stakeholder innovation initiatives, such as living labs.Exploring the Use of Stakeholder Analysis Methodology in the Establishment of a Living Lab
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