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Danilproject1
Joined: July 2012
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Posted: July 23, 2012 6:05 AM

Dear Project Managers


I invite you to take part in a questionnaire titled ‘Cross-Functional Integration in New NPD projects- Precedents and barriers for achieving integration’ with a chance to win UNIQUE Olympic gifts (London 2012 and Sochi-Russia 2014).

Link for the survey – https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Cross-Functional_Integration_survey

If you have any questions or concerns about the questionnaire, you may contact me at +44 74 292 898 22, d.khamitov@herts.ac.uk. All details regarding the gifts are written in the last page of the questionnaire.
Thank you in advance for your co-operation in my research. Looking forward for your responses.


Yours faithfully
Danil Khamitov
+44 74 292 898 22, d.khamitov@herts.ac.uk ,
danil.project1@gmail.com

Business Development
Joined: April 2012
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Posted: July 27, 2012 2:21 PM

RE: Cross-Functional Integration in NPD projects
Good luck with your research project Danil. I personally took the survey and look forward to seeing your results. Cross functional teams can be productive or destructive to the success of product development efforts. I believe that all functions must be held accountable for results and driven by someone who has incentive to see the project succeed. Sometimes product development is lead by an R&D group that handles multiple projects at once and too much effort is made by stake holders to get their project worked on. If the team is lead by a stake holder, things tend to move more efficiently.

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Joined: March 2012
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Posted: September 18, 2012 12:02 PM

RE: Cross-Functional Integration in NPD projects
Sounds like a great project. I hope you come back and update us on the results.
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