1.1 The Product development process is not linear.
1.2 The Process is very similar for both products and services
1.3 They can be, and is very convenient, perform steps and activities
simultaneously, which greatly improves the speed of income.
1.4 He takes a lot of teamwork and integration between marketing,
research, development, engineering and production.
1.5 They're required great dedication, involvement and
coordination of relations between the teams.
1.6 The Results of a stage can amend another or others.
1.7 As You progress, the process requires
more resources such as time and money.
1.8 Every stage requires planning, organizing and have
information and evidence that are available when needed.
2 PRINCIPLES OF PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
2.1 PRINCIPLE 1 ESTABLISH A
DEVELOPMENT STAGE - GATE FUNNEL
2.1.1 This model defines five stages: Survey (carried out a preliminary investigation relating to each idea generated
to select some); Definition of the business model (a more thorough investigation is carried out to define and
justify the product); Development (design and new product development and its production plan and market
launch is set); Testing and validation (performed extensive testing of the new product; Launch).
2.2 PRINCIPLE 2 ESTABLISH CROSS -
2.2.1 A multifunctional team is the team that has all the necessary to achieve complete work skills without
relying (or depending minimally) of other equipment, areas, or roles outside. This type of organization
triggers the speed and eliminates a multitude of "waste" speaking in Lean terminology, ie, eliminate
things that do not add value. It also reduces the total number of people required.
2.3 PRINCIPLE 3 USE CONCURRENT ENGINEERING
2.3.1 Concurrent engineering is a systematic effort for concurrent product and its corresponding
manufacturing process and integrated design service. Claims that the developers from the
beginning, taking into account all elements of the product life-cycle management (CVP),
from conceptual design to their availability, including quality, cost and need for users
2.4 PRINCIPLE 4 INVOLVE BOTH CUSTOMERS AND SUPPLIERS
2.4.1 Identifying the FCE should include external factors such as levels of satisfaction customers and
trade links with suppliers (eg drivers subcontractors) and internal factors, as a motivated and well
qualified staff. In identifying FCE must collaborate all stakeholders in the activity, process or
project to be analyzed. This includes not only all involved internal staff, but also to external
parties, ie customers and suppliers or subcontractors.