Journal of Product Innovation Management Volume 23, Issue 5, Page 408-421, Sep 2006. Does product innovativeness affect new product success? The current research proposes that the ambiguity in findings may be due to an overly holistic conceptualization of product innovativeness that has erroneously included the concepts of product advantag...

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Journal of Product Innovation Management Volume 23, Issue 5, Page 437-456, Sep 2006. Early research on new product development (NPD) has produced descriptive frameworks and models that view the process as a linear system with sequential and discrete stages. More recently, recursive and chaotic frameworks of NPD have been developed, both of...

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Journal of Product Innovation Management Volume 23, Issue 5, Page 393-407, Sep 2006. Managing innovation in rapidly moving environments, such as Interned-based services, is a major challenge for the consolidated theories on product and service development. The innovation management literature identifies flexibility as the right way for cop...

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Journal of Product Innovation Management Volume 23, Issue 5, Page 422-436, Sep 2006. Uncertainty about the ability for technological knowledge to be transformed to meet market demands, lack of complementary technologies, the lack of developed markets for a given technical feature, and other types of uncertainty add significant challenges t...

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Journal of Product Innovation Management Volume 23, Issue 5, Page 464-466, Sep 2006. Books reviewed in this issue:?What CustomersWant: Using Outcome-Driven Innovation to Create Breakthrough Products and Services?Ten Rules for Strategic Innovators: From Idea to Execution?The Design of Things to Come: How Ordinary People Create Extraordinary...

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