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Cankurtaran, P. (author), Langerak, F. (author), Hultink, H.J. (author)
conference paper 2014
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Kopecka, J.A. (author), Santema, S.C. (author), Hultink, H.J. (author)
The paper forms part of a multiple case study in progress that focuses on information relationships, i.e., the exchange of information and knowledge at the micro-social level between supplier and buyer firms in the fuzzy front end of product development. The micro-social level is made up of dyadic information relationships between the Design...
conference paper 2012
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Simonse, W.L. (author), Buijs, J.A. (author), Hultink, H.J. (author)
Artifacts Design representations and presentations of work, strategic thinking, and business processes. Main theme Design!? - related by research program on Design Roadmapping, at the Industrial Design Engineering Faculty.
conference paper 2012
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Kester, L. (author), Griffin, A. (author), Hultink, E.J. (author), Lauche, K. (author)
We develop a general model of how new product development portfolio decisions are made based on four diverse case studies. Previous research has investigated portfolio decisions as individually discrete decisions. We find that portfolio decision-making has to be considered as an integrated system of domain-based processes that produce evidence-,...
conference paper 2009
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Barckzak, G. (author), Sultan, F. (author), Hultink, E.J. (author)
Explosive growth of information technologies (IT) has prompted interest in examining the role of IT in new product development (NPD). Through desk-top software and web-based tools, IT has been used to aid idea generation and product testing as well as for NPD activities such as process and portfolio management. Recent research suggests, however,...
journal article 2007
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Langerak, F. (author), Hultink, E.J. (author), Griffin, A. (author)
Development cycle time is the elapsed time from the beginning of idea generation to the moment that the new product is ready for market introduction. Market entry timing is contingent upon the new product’s cycle time. Only when the product is completed can a firm decide whether and when to enter the market to exploit the new product’s window of...
journal article 2006
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