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Chapter 10

Chapter 10 - Week 8

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- Apple excels at developing and managing new products
- The product life cycle presents two major challenges
o Since all products decline, a firm must be good at developing new products to replace
the aging ones (the challenge of new-product development)
o The firm must be good at adapting its marketing strategies in the face of changing
tastes, technologies, and competition (the challenge of product life-cycle)
New-Product Development Strategy
- A firm can obtain new products in two ways, through acquisition (buying a whole company,
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- New-product development is the development of original products, product improvements,
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- New products are important to both the customers and the marketers
o Customers: brings new solutions and variety to their lives
o Companies: new products are a key source of growth
- Innovation can be very expensive and risky where approximately 90% of all new products fail
- Some new products fail because the company may overestimate market size, product is
poorly designed, priced too high, poorly advertised, costs exceeded budget, competitors
The New-Product Development Process
- In order to successfully develop new products, must set up a customer-driven new-product
development process for finding and growing new products, there are eight major steps
1. Idea Generation
- Idea generation is the systematic search for new-product ideas (create large number of ideas)
- A company typically generates hundreds of ideas, even thousands, to find a few good ones
- Major sources of new-product ideas include internal sources and external sources
o Internal Idea Sources
By using internal sources, companies find new ideas through traditional R&D
(14% of the time), employees (41% of the time), and customers (36%)
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encourages employees to think up and develop new-product ideas
o External Idea Source
Distributors and suppliers
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information about consumer problems and new-product possibilities
x Suppliers can tell the company about new concepts, techniques, and
materials that can be used to develop new products
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products (buy competing products and dissemble, analyze sales)
Other idea sources include trade magazines, shows, and seminars
Companies can also seek help from new-product consultancies and design firm
Turn to online collaborative communities to help solve problems (e.g. P&G)
Customers
Chapter 10 ± New-Product Development and Product Life-Cycle Strategies (pg. 312 ± 339)
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x Most important source of new-product ideas are customers themselves
x Companies can analyze customer questions and complaints to find new
products that better solve consumer problems
x E.g. LEGO invited 250 enthusiasts to assess new designs
x Company must be careful not to rely too heavily on what customers say
since some customers may not know what they need
2. Idea Screening
- Idea screening is the first idea-reducing stage and it screens new-product ideas to spot good
ideas and drop poor ones as soon as possible
- Many companies require their executives to write up new-product ideas in a standard format
that can be reviewed by a new-product committee
o Write up: describe the product/service, proposed customer value proposition, target
market, competition, rough estimates of market size, product price development time
and costs, manufacturing costs, and rate of return
- Marketing expert proposes an R-W-W (real, win, worth it) new-product screening framework
o R : Is it real? Is there a real need and is there a clear product concept?
o W: Can we win? Does the product offer a substantial competitive advantage?
o W: Is it worth doing? Does it offer sufficient profit potential?
3. Concept Development and Testing
- An attractive idea must be developed into a product concept which is a detailed version of
the new-product idea stated in meaningful consumer terms
- Concept Development
o A marketer may develop a new product into alternative product concepts and choose
the one that is most attractive to customers
o E.g. Concept I ± affordable midsize car designed as a second family car
Concept II ± midpriced sporty compact appealing to young singles and couples
- Concept Testing
o Concept testing is testing new-product concepts with a group of target consumers to
find out if the concepts have strong customer appeal
o Many firms test new-product concepts with consumers before making new products
o For some concept tests, a word or picture description is sufficient while others may
need a more concrete and physical presentation of the concept
4. Marketing Strategy Development
- Marketing strategy development is designing an initial marketing strategy for a new
product based on the product concept
- The marketing strategy statement consists of three parts
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1 P a g e M G T B 0 4 W e e k 8 Chapter 10 New-Product Development and Product Life-Cycle Strategies (pg. 312 339) - Apple excels at developing and managing new products - The product life cycle presents two major challenges o Since all products decline, a firm must be good at developing new products to replace the aging ones (the challenge of new-product development) o The firm must be good at adapting its marketing strategies in the face of changing tastes, technologies, and competition (the challenge of product life-cycle) New-Product Development Strategy - A firm can obtain new products in two ways, through acquisition (buying a whole company, 5,903947OL.038094574:.084204300O808574:.9 47-new products - New-product development is the development of original products, product improvements, 574:.924L1L.,9L438,330Z-7,389K74:JK9K01L7284Z3574:.9-development efforts - New products are important to both the customers and the marketers o Customers: brings new solutions and variety to their lives o Companies: new products are a key source of growth - Innovation can be very expensive and risky where approximately 90% of all new products fail - Some new products fail because the company may overestimate market size, product is poorly designed, priced too high, poorly advertised, costs exceeded budget, competitors The New-Product Development Process - In order to successfully develop new products, must set up a customer-driven new-product development process for finding and growing new products, there are eight major steps 1. Idea Generation - Idea generation is the systematic search for new-product ideas (create large number of ideas) - A company typically generates hundreds of ideas, even thousands, to find a few good ones - Major sources of new-product ideas include internal sources and external sources o Internal Idea Sources By using internal sources, companies find new ideas through traditional R&D (14% of the time), employees (41% of the time), and customers (36%) $420.425,3L08K,;00;0O4508:..0881:OL397,57030:7L,O574J7,289K,9 encourages employees to think up and develop new-product ideas o External Idea Source Distributors and suppliers N Since distributors are close to the market, they can pass along information about consumer problems and new-product possibilities N Suppliers can tell the company about new concepts, techniques, and materials that can be used to develop new products Competitors N 425,3L08Z,9.K.42509L9478,894J09.O:08,-4:99K0L730Z products (buy competing products and dissemble, analyze sales) Other idea sources include trade magazines, shows, and seminars Companies can also seek help from new-product consultancies and design firm Turn to online collaborative communities to help solve problems (e.g. P&G) Customers www.notesolution.com
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