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    • New product development (NDP)• NDP is a process which designed to develop, test and consider the viability of products which are new to the market in order to ensure the Growth or survival of the organisation.
    • Charting NDP
    • What is a new product ?• A product that opens an entirely new market• A product that adpts or replaces an existing product• A product that significantly broadens the market for an existing product• An old product introduced in a new market• An old product packaged in a different way• An old product marketed in a different way
    • Why develop NDP• To add to product portfolio• To create stars and cash cows for the future• To replace declining product• To take advantage of new technology• To defeat rivals• To maintain/increase market share• To keep up with rivals• To maintain competitive advantage• To full gap in the market
    • New product can be used• Increase/defend market share by offering more choice or updating older products• Appeal to new segments• Diversify into new markets• Improve relationship with distributors• Maintain the firm’s reputation a leading edge company• Even out peaks and troughs in demand• Make better use of the organizations resources
    • Types of new product• New product the world products – innovative products• New product lines – to allow the firm to enter an existing market• Addition to product line – to supplement the firm’s existing product line• Improvements and revisions of existing product• Repositioned products – existing products targets at new market• Cost reduction new product that provide similar performance at lower cost
    • Examples of new products• New to the world – high definition TV, ipod, flat screen TV• New products lines – Mars ice creams• Addition to the products line – weetabix launched fruitibix• Product improvement & replacement new car model
    • New product planning• This is the strategic stage• The firm assesses • It current product portfolio • Opportunities and threats• The firm then determines the type of product which would best fit in with the corporate strategy
    • Stages in NDP• Idea Generation• Idea Screening• Concept development and testing• Market strategy development• Business development• Test marketing• Commercialization
    • Idea Generation• Idea generation is continuous, systematic search for new product opportunities. It involves delineating sources of new ideas and methods for generating them.
    • Product Screening• In product screening poor, unsuitable or otherwise unattractive ideas are weeded out form further actions
    • Concept testing• Concept testing present the consumer with a proposed product and measure attitudes and intention at this early stage of development
    • Business & financial Analysis• Business and financial analysis for the remainning product concepts is much more detailed than product screening
    • Product Development• Product development converts a product idea into a physical form and identifies a basic marketing strategy
    • Test Marketing• Test marketing involves placing a product for sale in one or more selected areas and observing its actual performance under the proposed marketing plan
    • Commercialization• Commercialization involves implementing a total marketing plan and full production
    • Key success factors in New Product Development • Operating Philosophy • Organization Structure • The Experience Effect • Management Style