Technological Consumer Products in Everyday Life: Ownership, Meaning, and SatisfactionJan 1, 1995 David Glen Mick and Susan Fournier, 1995, 95-104
Describes findings from a three-and-a-half year study of satisfaction with technological products, using pre-purchase and post-purchase interviews to examine sociocultural milieu, personal contexts, and meaning in product satisfaction.
And Now for Something Completely Different: Really New ProductsMarjorie Adams and Joe LaCugna, 1994, 94-124
Summarizes presentations dealing with the challenges involved in developing and introducing really new products.
Interpretive Barriers to Successful Product InnovationJan 1, 1989 Deborah Dougherty, 1989, 89-114
Identifies specific organizational and social factors that impede interdepartmental collaboration on new products and suggests ways of overcoming them.
Leapfrogging Behavior and the Purchase of Industrial InnovationsJan 1, 1989 Allen M. Weiss and George John, 1989, 89-110
Attempts to understand and explain leapfrog behavior, or the practice of deferring the purchase of available technology in anticipation of future improvements.
Central Problems in the Management of InnovationJan 1, 1985 Andrew H. Van De Ven, 1985, 85-109
Discusses basic problems most general managers face in managing innovation; proposes a number of solutions for managing innovation within organizations.
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