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|Title:||Revitalising new process development in the UK fine chemicals industry||Authors:||Shaw, N.E.
De Mattos, C.
|Issue Date:||2001||Citation:||Shaw, N.E., Burgess, T.F., Hwarng, H.B., De Mattos, C. (2001). Revitalising new process development in the UK fine chemicals industry. International Journal of Operations and Production Management 21 (8) : 1133-1151. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||Reports on one of tlie key developments made to date on a three-year EPSRCIMI research project in the fine chemicals industry. The project, Batch Route Innovative Technology: Evaluation and Selection Techniques (BRITEST), began in late 1997icith tlie aim to research new methods to deliver substantial benefits associated irith new product development. The project will deliver a methodology, models and a suite of decision support took sustaining and improving the new product development process, enabling novel technical solutions to be developed more in line tcith, and evaluated more appropriately against, the business strategy and market characteristics. The specific deliverable presented in this paper is an action research-derived framework that integrates the detailed processes, information requirements and decision making as a model of good practice for neiv product (or process) devebpment (NPD) in the fine chemicals industry. © MCB University Press,.||Source Title:||International Journal of Operations and Production Management||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/130303||ISSN:||01443577|
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