PurposeThe purpose of this paper is to examine the joint influence of technological newness (TN) and market newness (MN) on the relationship between customer involvement (CI) and new product performance.Design/methodology/approachThe authors employed hierarchical moderated regression analysis to test the hypothesized relationships using survey data collected from 214 Chinese manufacturing firms.FindingsThe authors found that the impact of CI on new product performance varies across the different configurations of TN and MN. Specifically, the performance effect of CI is most positive under low TN and high MN, while the performance effect is least positive under low TN and low MN.Originality/valueThis study enriches CI research by identifying different configurations of product innovativeness that augment or limit the value of CI.
Industrial Management & Data Systems – Emerald Publishing
Published: Sep 12, 2016
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