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Produktentwicklung handhaben. Erklärung des Stage-Gate Modells von Robert G. Cooper. ('88)

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Was ist das Stage-Gate Modell? Beschreibung

Die Stage-Gate Methode von Robert G. Cooper ist ein Ansatz, der verwendet werden kann, um den Produktentwicklungsprozess wirkungsvoller zu gestalten. Es ist ein Entwurf für das Handhaben des neuen Produktprozesses. Von einer Idee bis zur Einführung eines Produktes. In einer Anzahl von vorbestimmten Schritten oder Stadien. Jedes Stadium besteht aus einem Satz von bestimmten kreuz-funktionellen und parallelen Tätigkeiten, die vor dem Erreichen der Zustimmung des Management erfolgreich durchgeführt werden müssen, um zum folgenden Stadium der Produktentwicklung zu gelangen. Der Zugang zu jedem Stadium wird genannt: ein Tor. Diese Tore, die normalerweise Treffen sind, kontrollieren den Prozess und dienen als:

  1. Qualitätskontrolle
  2. Go/Kill Kontrollpunkte. Bereitschaftsüberprüfungen, Must-Meet Kriterien und Should-Meet Kriterien.
  3. Wegweiser für Aktionsplan für die folgende Phase.

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Ursprung der Stage-Gate Methodik. Geschichte

Die Methode basiert auf den Erfahrungen, Vorschlägen und Beobachtungen einer großen Anzahl von Managern und Unternehmen in über 60 Fällen, die von Robert Cooper beobachtet wurden. Die Bezeichnung „Stage-Gate“ erschien zuerst in einem Artikel durch Cooper in The Journal of Marketing Management, 3, 3, Frühling 1988. Eine noch frühere Version kann in Cooper's Buch gefunden werden: „Winning at New Products“, 1986.


Gebrauch von Stage-Gate. Anwendungen

  • Produktentwicklung, Innovation.
  • Bestandteil des Portfolio Managements.

Schritte (Stadien) im Stage-Gate Modell. Prozess

Dem Stage-Gate Prozess geht ein Entdeckungsstadium voran, das in einer neueren Version des ursprünglichen Modells hinzugefügt wurde, das nur 5 Phasen hatte. Es enthält Vorarbeit, die entworfen ist, um Möglichkeiten zu entdecken und neue Ideen zu erzeugen.

  1. Abgrenzen. Eine schnelle, einleitende Untersuchung jedes Projektes. Stellt günstige Informationen durch Sekundärforschung zur Verfügung, um die Einengung der Zahl der Projekte zu ermöglichen.
  2. Den Geschäftsfall errichten. Eine viel ausführlichere Untersuchung durch Primärmarketing und technische Forschung. Der Geschäftsfall muss eine Produktdefinition, eine Produktrechtfertigung und einen Projektplan beinhalten.
  3. Entwicklung. Ein ausführliches Design und eine Entwicklung des neuen Produktes, zusammen mit einigen einfachen Produktests. Auch ein Produktionsplan und ein Markteinführungsplan werden entwickelt.
  4. Prüfung und Validierung. Umfangreiche Produkttests sowohl im Markt, als auch im Labor und im Betrieb.
  5. Produkteinführung. Beginnen der vollen Produktion, des Marketings und des Verkaufens. Markteinführung, Produktion/Tätigkeiten, Distribution, Qualitätssicherung. Post-Launch Durchsichten werden durchgeführt.

In der Wirklichkeit ist es notwendig, weiter nach unten in die Untertätigkeiten zu bohren, um ausführliche und operative Anweisungen für das Innovationsteam zur Verfügung zu stellen.


Robert G. Cooper Stage-Gate Modell

Stärken der Stage-Gate Methodik. Nutzen

  • Gut organisierte Innovation kann eine Quelle des Wettbewerbsvorteils sein.
  • Beschleunigte Produktentwicklung. Notwendig aufgrund von sich verkürzenden Produktlebenszyklen.
  • Erhöhte Erfolgwahrscheinlichkeit der neuen Produkte. Verhindert schlechte Projekte früh und hilft, sie umzuleiten.
  • Das Modell bricht den komplexen Innovationsprozess in großen Unternehmen in eine Anzahl von kleineren Schritten hinunter.
  • Stellt einen Überblick zur Verfügung, der Priorisierung und Fokussierung ermöglicht.
  • Integrierte Marktorientierung.
  • Kreuz-funktionell. Bezieht Einsatz und Teilnahme der Angestellten aus verschiedenen Funktionen in der Organisation mit ein. Kein unterschiedliches F&E oder Marketing-Stadium. Aber sehen Sie über Entdeckung hinweg.
  • Kann mit verschiedenen Performancemaßen, wie Kapitalwert, etc. kombiniert werden.

Einschränkungen von Stage-Gate. Nachteile

  • Obgleich innerhalb eines Stadiums Tätigkeiten parallel durchgeführt werden können, ist der Stage-Gate Ansatz grundsätzlich sequentiell (Wasserfall). Einige Innovationsexperten glauben, dass Produktentwicklung tatsächlich parallel organisiert werden sollte, in Schleifen.
  • Das ursprüngliche Stage-Gate Rahmenwerk behandelte nicht den Entdeckungprozess und die Tätigkeiten, um neue Ideen zu schaffen.
  • Eine Spannung besteht zwischen dem Organisieren und Kreativität. Beide sind innerhalb der Innovation sehr wichtig.

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  Stage Gate Models Need to Be Quantified and Be Made Measurable
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  Iteration in Stage-Gate Model (Dr Cooper)
This model is good for new product development but its execution appears to be sequential in nature.
(How) is the idea of iteration incorporated in the model?...
     
 
  Stage-Gates are Not Limitative
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  Stage-Gate Process for Quality
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Success Factors for Stage-Gate Implementation

In his article “Implementing a Stage-Gate Process: A Multi-Company Perspective”, O’ Connor analyzed several cases in which the Stage-Gate proce...
Usage (application): Imlementing Stage-Gate Processes
 
 
 

How to Find Good Product Ideas? List of 10 Approaches

In his book “Product Leadership: Creating and Launching Superior New Products”, Robert Cooper suggests following ten ways to great new-product ...
Usage (application): Discovering New-Product Ideas, Creative Approaches
 
 
 

Stage-Gate Implementation CSFs

So far Stage-Gate method has been widely recognized as the best New Product Development Process, although there can be significant difference among co...
Usage (application): Implementing the Stage-Gate Process
 
 
 

Innovation Pitfalls

Note that Stage Gate is focused mainly on the innovation PROCESS. Harvard Professor R. Moss Kanter describes 4 common innovation mistakes and correspo...
Usage (application): Avoiding Innovation Traps
 
 
 

Advantages and Disadvantages of Stages and Gates

Advantages:
+ Stage - Gate processes have been highly appreciated as they tend to confine investment in the next stage until management is...
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Benefits of Outsourcing Innovation

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Setting up a Stage-Gate Organization. Best Practices

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Key Challenges of Internet Age for Management and for Product and Service Development

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Cooper's Innovation Diamond (tm)

Also look at Cooper's Innovation Diamond (2005) with (besides the Stage-Gate System) three more factors leading to succesful product innovation:
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Another Product Launch Method: 4 I's

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INTE...
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When Should a Firm Consider to Outsource Innovation?

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Innovating Under the Radar

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Alternatives to Stage-Gate Approach

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Pitfalls and Obstacles in Product Development Strategy

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Control and Measurement Method

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The Mandate of NPD and the Degree of Change that is Required

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How to Lead an Innovation Team

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