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The many studies into the relationships between formalization and innovation have produced little but inconsistent findings. The conceptual and operational definition of the formalization construct is proposed to be one of the reasons for these inconsistencies. It is argued that aggregate...
Multidimensional products, such as telecommunications, often distinguish themselves by a considerable number of spillovers. The creator of the spillovers wants to commercialize the spillovers but cannot if the parameters on which the ability to charge is proprietary to another firm in the...
This case study reports the quality of industrial new product development in five small- to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the Finnish metal industry. The findings indicate that SMEs tend to lack a long run perspective; that the role of new products in business strategy calls for clarity and...
This research tested a model in both Germany and the USA that contained marketing variables known to impact new product development success in high technology firms. We explore the link between national culture and new product development. A multi-group LISREL analysis revealed that while the...
Studies conducted both in Europe and the USA have consistently suggested that new product development is vitally important for a company's long-term survival. However, it is a risky and uncertain business. Previous studies have indicated that early new product development activities such as...
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