New Products Management https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/007802904X.jpeg 11 9780078029042 Written with a managerial focus, New Products Management 11e by Crawford and Di Benedetto is useful to the practicing new products manager. Along with the management approach, the perspective of marketing is presented throughout which enables the text to have a balanced view. The authors aim to make the book increasingly relevant to its users as this revision is considered to be a “new product.” Many new examples, cases, and research along with the most current topics highlight the new edition of New Products Management.
New Products Management

New Products Management

11th Edition
By C. Merle Crawford and C. Anthony Di Benedetto
ISBN10: 007802904X
ISBN13: 9780078029042
Copyright: 2015
09780078029042

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PART ONE: Overview and Opportunity Identification/Selection

Chapter 1: The Strategic Elements of Product Development

Chapter 2: The New Products Process

Chapter 3: Opportunity Identification and Selection: Strategic Planning for New Products

PART TWO: Concept Generation

Chapter 4: Creativity and the Product Concept

Chapter 5: Finding and Solving Customers’ Problems

Chapter 6: Analytical Attribute Approaches: Introduction and Perceptual Mapping

Chapter 7: Analytical Attribute Approaches: Trade-off Analysis and Qualitative Techniques

PART THREE: Concept/Project Evaluation

Chapter 8: The Concept Evaluation System

Chapter 9: Concept Testing

Chapter 10: The Full Screen

Chapter 11: Sales Forecasting and Financial Analysis

Chapter 12: Product Protocol

PART FOUR: Development

Chapter 13: Design

Chapter 14: Development Team Management

Chapter 15: Product Use Testing

PART FIVE: Launch

Chapter 16: Strategic Launch Planning

Chapter 17: Implementation of the Strategic Plan

Chapter 18: Market Testing

Chapter 19: Launch Management

Chapter 20: Public Policy Issues

APPENDIXES

Appendix A: Sources of Ideas Already Generated

Appendix B: Other Techniques of Concept Generation

Appendix C: Small’s Ideation Stimulator Checklist

Appendix D: The Marketing Plan

Appendix E: Guidelines for Evaluating a New Products Program

About the Author

C. Merle Crawford

C. Anthony Di Benedetto

Anthony Di Benedetto is Professor of Marketing and Supply Chain Management and Senior Washburn Research Fellow at Temple University, Philadelphia. He held the Fulbright-Hall Chair in Entrepreneurship, Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien, Vienna,  Austria, during 2010–2011. He has lectured worldwide on product development and marketing management. He was named one of the 50 leading research scholars world-wide in Innovation and Technology Management by the International Association of Management of Technology. Professor Di Benedetto served as editor-in-chief of the Journal of Product Innovation Management for nine years and is currently co-editor-in-chief of Industrial Marketing Management.

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