Build for change – the risk of customerpocalypse
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The enterprise must focus on how it engages customers and responds to their expectations, or face Customerpocalypse, writes Alan Trefler, in this extract from his book Build for Change.  Access >>>

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  • Getting it done with customer processes
  • Changing how you think about technology
  • Core principles for survival

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