NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS

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One of the two key processes in Robert’s Rules of Innovation is the NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS. A formalized, NPD process – also referred to and best practice: the Stage Gate® Process – is a must, from simple to sophisticated. Overall, it is important that the NPD process must be a cross-business function – all business functions must be aware of the process. The process, in essence, has two key elements. Investigate more about the NPD process in the book, Robert’s Rules of Innovation.

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