Realising innovation in product development

May 2005
Manufacturers' Monthly;May2005, p30
Trade Publication
Discusses the importance of New Product Development and Introduction (NPDI) for the manufacturing sector in Australia. Identification of an opportunity in the market; Establishing a product concept; Impact of the efficiency and effectiveness of NPDI processes within an organization on the independent market valuation of the company. INSET: Condition-based product tracking.


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