Antecedents and consequences of the strategic orientations in new product development: The case of Chinese manufacturers

Insik Jeong (First Author), Dongsheng Zhou (Participant Author), Jae H. Pae (Participant Author)

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Abstract

The objective of the present study is to advance the understanding of the role of the strategic orientation of the firm for successful new product development (NPD), in the context of Chinese manufacturing firms. Through field research accompanied by a review of the related literature, this study identifies customer orientation and technology orientation as crucial strategic components that are important to successful new product development. This research proposes a conceptual model of strategic orientations, in which firm-internal (organizational support) and -external (environmental turbulence) factors are expected to influence strategic orientations, which, in turn, impact NPD performance. The model is tested using data collected from a large-scale survey of 232 manufacturing firms in China. The results largely support the hypotheses derived from the conceptual model. First, organizational support and environmental turbulence have a positive influence on the implementation of strategic orientations. Second, the two strategic orientations show a different pattern of performance implications.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)348-358
JournalIndustrial Marketing Management
Volume35
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2006

Corresponding author email

bujpae@hanmail.net

Keywords

  • CAPABILITIES
  • China
  • DETERMINANTS
  • FIRMS
  • INDUSTRIAL
  • INNOVATION
  • MARKET ORIENTATION
  • New product development
  • PERFORMANCE
  • PERSPECTIVE
  • SUCCESS
  • Strategic orientation
  • UNITED-STATES

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  • Scopus
  • SSCI

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