The Marketplace Variables in Successful and Unsuccessful NPD Projects in Technology Intensive Companies

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Haverila, Matti;
  • Publisher: Universidad Alberto Hurtado
  • Journal: Journal of Technology Management & Innovation (issn: 0718-2724)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.4067/S0718-27242010000400010
  • Subject: Technology (General) | technology products | managerial conceptualization | T | New product development (NPD), technology products, managerial conceptualization, marketplace variables. | Technology | T1-995 | marketplace variables | New product development (NPD)

We present an exploratory investigation of how managers conceptualize and perceive ‘marketplace’ variables in successful and unsuccessful New Product Development (NPD) projects, and explore the role that marketplace variables play in differentiating between successful a... View more
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