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Product Development and Product Life Cycle
Session -6
PowerPoint Presentation
• Innovation
• Product Development
• 40% employee in R&D.
• $3billion annual R&D
• Annual Sales of $36
• Sales in over 130
Why Product Development?
Increase sales, Revenue,
Competitive advantage.
What is Product Development
• Development of original products, product
improvements, product modifications, and new brands
through the firm’s own R & D efforts.
New Product Development Strategy
• New products can be obtained via
acquisition or development.
• New products suffer from high
failure rates.
• Several reasons account for failure.
Stages in New Product Development
 Stage 1: Idea Generation
 Internal idea sources:
 R&D
 External idea sources:
 Customers, competitors, distributors, suppliers
 Stage 2: Idea Screening
 Product development costs increase substantially in later
stages so poor ideas must be dropped
 Ideas are evaluated against criteria; most are eliminated
 Stage 3: Concept Development and
 Concept development creates a detailed
version of the idea stated in meaningful
consumer terms.
 Concept testing asks target consumers to
evaluate product concepts.
 Stage 4: Marketing Strategy Development
 The target market, product positioning, and sales, share,
and profit goals for the first few years.
 Product price, distribution, and marketing budget for the
first year.
 Long-run sales and profit goals and the marketing mix
 Stage 5: Business Analysis
 Sales, cost, and profit projections
 Stage 6: Product Development
 Prototype development and testing
 Stage 7: Test Marketing
 Standard test markets
 Controlled test markets
 Simulated test markets
 Stage 8: Commercialization
Product Life Cycle
Sales and
Profits (Rs)
Investments (Rs)
Product Life Cycle Strategies
 To say that a product has a life cycle
asserts four things
1. Products have a limited life.
2. Product sales pass through distance stages, each
posing different challenges, opportunities, and
problems to the seller.
3. Profits rise and fall at different stages of the
product life cycle.
4. Products require different marketing, financial,
manufacturing, purchasing, and human
resource strategies in each life-cycle stage.
 Product Life-Cycle Patterns
 Style, Fashion, and Fad Life Cycles
 Marketing Strategies: Introduction Stage
– The Pioneer Advantage
• Inventor
• Product pioneer
• Market pioneer
 Marketing Strategies: Growth Stage
– Improve product quality and add new product features and
improved styling
– Add new models and flanker products
– Enter new market segments
– Increase distribution coverage and enter new distribution
– Shift from product-awareness advertising to productpreference advertising
– Lower prices to attract next layer of price-sensitive buyers
Marketing Strategies: Maturity Stage
Market Modification
Expand number of brand users by:
1. Converting nonusers
2. Entering new market segments
3. Winning competitors’ customers
Convince current users to increase usage by:
1. Using the product on more occasions
2. Using more of the product on each occasion
3. Using the product in new ways
– Product modification
• Quality improvement
• Feature improvement
– Marketing-Mix Modification
• Prices
• Distribution
• Advertising
• Sales promotion
• Personal selling
• Services
Marketing Strategies: Decline Stage
1. Increase firm’s investment (to dominate the
market and strengthen its competitive position)
2. Maintain the firm’s investment level until the
uncertainties about the industry are resolved.
3. Decrease the firm’s investment level selectively
by dropping unprofitable customer groups,
while simultaneously strengthening the firm’s
investment in lucrative niches
4. Harvesting (“milking”) the firm’s investment to
recover cash quickly
5. Divesting the business quickly by disposing of
its assets as advantageously as possible.