Perspectiveriding the wind: managing new product development in an age of change

@inproceedings{Tomkovick2000PerspectiveridingTW,
  title={Perspectiveriding the wind: managing new product development in an age of change},
  author={Chuck Tomkovick and Christopher J Miller},
  year={2000}
}
  • Chuck Tomkovick, Christopher J Miller
  • Published 2000
  • Business, Biology
  • Abstract New product development (NPD) has never been more challenging or rewarding than it is today. With the dawning of the new millennium, new product developers now find themselves in an “age of change,” the likes of which the world has never known. The rate of change is numbing, if not stupefying for many business people. With the winds of change blowing at near gale force intensity levels, this is clearly a time for NPD professionals to pursue new product and market strategies that are… CONTINUE READING

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