With the intense competition in the market-oriented economy, any enterprises are facing huge pressure for survival and development. In order to keep the competitive advantage, themust continue to launch new products to meet the demand of customers. However, during the process, the will encounter all sorts of difficulties and challenges, such as market risk, technical risks, cost risk, organization risk and so on. For practice and theory, it is important to reduce, or eliminate risk in the process. Combination academic research with practice, this paper mainly consider the relation between and new product development performance, and construct the corresponding model.This paper is to explore the mechanism of risk in the new product development process, and to put forward some constructive measures and suggestions. This article discussed two aspects of the study. First of all, we analysis the factors that affect team members . Secondly, we discuss the mechanism in that the risk perception influence the new product development performance.Through the literature review, this paper puts forward the conceptual model and the research hypotheses. Through the actual questionnaire investigation, this paper confirm the related hypotheses, and obtain the conclusions with structural equation model.(1) Risk propensity and perceived behavior control are the factors that influence risk perception. Risk propensity is positive related with risk perception. That is to say, the higher the risk propensity of decision-maker, the higher the risk perception, his behavior is more positive and he will consider more factors. Perceived behavior control and risk perception is negative correlation. Decision-maker with strong perception behavior control ability’, his initiative will greatly enhance, buti his risk perception is low.(2) Task cohesion is the result variable of risk perception. Risk perception influence new product development performance through task task cohesion. Task cohesion is negatively related to risk perception, however, Task cohesion is positively related to the new product development performance. In team with strong task cohesion, team members will work hard to achieve team goal, and team members will show more trust and higher satisfaction each other. Team performance is usually good. This paper does not prove task conflict as intermediary role between risk perception and new product performance.In the globalization era, domestic enterprises gradually speed new product development, this paper concluded these important conclusions. It can guide the business practices, and it also complement and perfect the related theory of risk perception, task conflict, task cohesion and new product development performance.
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