In the eyes of some scholars, "creation" is raised to the height of law's life. Meanwhile, the subjectivity and even creativity of the judge are inevitable.
In his point of view, recognizer's historical quality is not an accidental and subjective factor but an ontological condition. This paper is a first step towards better understanding for successful product planning process by analyzing actual four product planning cases in the aspects of Service Dominant Logic in which value in use is conceptually clarified.
There seems to be, however, no established general theories or common frameworks in product planning practices yet. Therefore, when discovering the law, the judge "should understand law version and fact "version", so discovery in reality is to understand, explain and apply the law.
However, previous theory is different that understanding is "the subjective activity which eliminates all prejudice and whether it can achieve this point has a direct ratio to that the recognizer eliminates the limits of his visual threshold by an effective historical way.
The delegate of Philosophy Interpretation, Gadamer thinks that the understanding "is not only a kind of copy, but throughout a kind of creative behavior. However, it is obvious that even those gifted product planners sometimes made mistakes and launched disappointing products into the marketplace.
However, the critical focus of Gadamer is the "prejudice" resulting from the explanation of its own historical quality and currency. First, "compared with law rules, if the fact is a typical case, the judge may discover specific laws, therefore, the direct reasoning of the judge can be governed by law.
Resources and Help A consideration on success factors in product innovation from the viewpoints of value co-creation with customers Abstract: Among most of product planners in manufacturing companies, it has been believed that there must be some common elements or factors in successful product planning processes.
Those who created successful products are considered as unusual people having special talents. Consequently, "the understanding process naturally includes the present scene of the recognizer himself.