Chapter. 11. Chapter 11. Managing the New Product Development Process. McGraw-Hill/Irwin. © 2005 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. Product Development at IDEO.
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Managing the New Product Development Process
© 2005 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
The Development of Zantac
Five Myths About Product Champions
1.Projects with champions are more likely to be successful in the market (many factors determining market success are typically beyond champion’s control)
2. Champions get involved because they are excited about project rather than from self-interest (results suggest that champions more likely to support projects that benefit their own departments)
3. Champions are more likely to be involved with radical innovation projects (equally likely to be involved with incremental projects)
4. Champions are more likely to be from high (low) levels in firm (either is equally likely)
5. Champions are more likely to be from marketing (15% from R&D, 14% from marketing, rest were from other functions or were users)
The Lead User Method of Product Concept Development
Computer-Aided Design of an America’s Cup Yacht
Postmortems at Microsoft