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PAKM
2000
11 years 9 months ago
Knowledge Management and New Product Development: Learning from a Software Development Firm
The core of the new product development [NPD] process centers on knowledge creation, utilization and the management of knowledge. This manuscript uses a software firm case to esta...
Abraham B. Shani, James A. Sena
ECIS
2004
11 years 9 months ago
Enhancing product development through ICT-based relationships with customers and consumers
An important source for a firm's competitive advantage is its external knowledge-related relationships. Absorptive capability is a firm's ability to recognize the value ...
Sven A. Carlsson
HICSS
2002
IEEE
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12 years 1 months ago
The Importance of Process Knowledge for Cross Project Learning: Evidence from a UK Hospital
A core prescription from the knowledge management movement is that the successful management of organizational knowledge will prevent firms from “reinventing the wheel.” Infor...
Sue Newell, Harry Scarbrough, Jacky Swan, Maxine R...
EOR
2008
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11 years 8 months ago
A dynamic model for managing overlapped iterative product development
Intense competition in many industries impels firms to develop more products in less time. Overlapping of development activities is regarded as one of the most promising strategie...
Jun Lin, Kah Hin Chai, Yoke San Wong, Aarnout Brom...
HICSS
1998
IEEE
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12 years 15 days ago
Real-Time New Product Development in Financial Services: Some Managerial Implications
A review of the various models of New Product Development (NPD) process shows that although different approaches have been proposed, they are in fact all variants on a linear them...
Pete Naudé, Ian D. Blackman, S. Dengler
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