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Product Development Methods: A Complete Guide To The Product Development Process

by Uneeb Khan

Product Development Methods is a complete guide to the product development process. It creates an understanding of how each phase of product design fits within the processes and procedures that are vital for successfully creating new products.

Readers will learn how to successfully navigate the product development methodologies and processes. It includes avoiding common errors made throughout the new product design and development phases. The author uses his background as a practicing Mechanical Engineer. As well as an instructor at MIT to offer a broad perspective on the challenges of those who are involved in product development. Through those whose responsibility it is to ensure that they meet engineering standards required for safe use by consumers.

Primary topics covered include:

1) A complete knowledge of equipment, tooling and measurement standards used in each phase of designing new products.

2) Examples of successful products from companies around the world.

3) Examples of innovative product development and management techniques.

4) Case studies that include actual citizen petitions to the CPSC for the avoidance of design-defect lawsuits.

5) A study, including case examples, on how companies can survive in a highly competitive market. When faced with challenges from consumers or other companies who see flaws in their products.

6) A comprehensive view of the need for each company to constantly motivate and challenge its engineering staff. This is to achieve outstanding levels of performance in product safety and quality.

7) How to improve product quality and design to enhance customer satisfaction and brand loyalty.

8) The need for companies to increase public awareness of their reputations. So as not to impact consumer demand or create negative publicity about the company’s products. Because of issues involving product safety, faulty designs, defective manufacturing conditions, etc.

9) An overview of business ethics in commercial transactions with other organizations and consumers both domestically and internationally.

10) The variables (e.g., economic status, age, education level attained by employees), that give rise to human behavior that impacts product development; the need for laws and regulations; and improved methods of enforcing those laws/regulations through training manuals/plans for employees.

11) The major impacts that the types of products/services offered by a given company can have on society. (e.g., environmental impact, medical impact, political impact, social impact).

12) The negative consequences of unsafe/defective products and services to consumers, companies, suppliers, etc.; discussion of effective product development management practices including quality assurance concepts; analysis of how these issues apply to both domestic and foreign markets; the value of analytical tools such as Six Sigma in product development management; and investigation of various methods to address safety concerns with an emphasis on prevention through improved product design.

13) The processes used by organizations to ensure that their products are for use by targeted customer groups. (e.g., children as indicated on the label). And that their products are safe for those customers groups.

14) The application of product development techniques to ensure safety across all stages from concept, to design, to manufacturing, until the product is in use by consumers.

15) How organizations can effectively manage safety concerns with their products and services throughout a product’s lifecycle.

16) The role of government regulators in monitoring and influencing safety during both product development and marketing activities; how its improved.

17) The increased regulation surrounding ingredients used in food additives, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.

18) How advanced scanning technologies, such as 3D printing and drones, can be used to reduce the margin for human error.

19) Defining characteristics of products. That are more likely to present a safety risk, including age-appropriate warnings and labeling on these items.

20) The role of governments in ensuring that products on sale meet essential safety requirements before being sold to consumers.

21) Could the internet of things present an opportunity for manufacturers to improve safety?

22) How organizations can effectively manage consumer complaints about their products or services while maintaining high customer satisfaction scores.

23) The positive role which technology can play in improving global standards of product safety across all industries.

24) How industry standards bodies can improve their safety standards by taking into account the needs of consumers.

25) What companies should consider when developing new products to be sold at high-risk markets. It includes food and agriculture, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and cosmetics. More likely to present a safety risk.

Organizations should effectively manage complaints about their products or services while maintaining customer satisfaction scores. The positive role technology can play in improving standards of product safety across all industries could include designing items with failure-tolerant and self-repairing mechanisms (e.g., designing power cells that automatically shut down when they reach a certain life expectancy). New products should be considered in light of countries’ individual legal systems and international laws.

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