Managing the Front End of Innovation (FEI): Going Beyond Process
|Type:||Articles in Books and Non-Refereed Journals|
|Published by:||Ludwig Bstieler (Editor), Charles H. Noble (Editor): The PDMA Handbook of Innovation and New Product Development, 4th Edition, Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons Inc.; 203-226|
The Product Development and Management Association (PDMA) Handbook of Innovation and New Product Development provides an exceptional review of cutting-edge topics for both new and experienced product development leaders, and academics interested in emerging research, offering a comprehensive and updated guide to the practices, processes, and tools critical to achieving and sustaining new product/service development success in today’s world and delivering valuable information on the fundamentals as well as emerging practices.
This edition is completely revised to include 32 new and refreshed chapters on topics including: Creating Successful Innovation, Sustainable New Product Development (NPD), Digital Transformation of NPD, the Changing Role of Design Thinking, Market Forecasting, and much more.
In The Product Development and Management Association (PDMA) Handbook of Innovation and New Product Development, readers can expect to find specific information on:
What separates the winners from the losers when it comes to new products, plus what drives new product success from a holistic standpoint
Effective front end innovation practices, portfolio management for product innovation, and identifying significant new business opportunities
Obtaining customer needs for product development, harnessing user research for product innovation, and making market analytics work for you
Design thinking, artificial intelligence and new product development
The 4th edition of The Product Development and Management Association (PDMA) Handbook of Innovation and New Product Development is an essential reference for anyone with responsibility for product development activities, from novices looking for fundamentals to experts seeking insights on emerging concepts and is relevant for all functions and all industries.
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