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Organizations are overturning the way they craft and execute on product strategy as a result of changing global dynamics and multiple dispersed product development teams.
Join Tom Grant, Senior Analyst, Forrester Research Inc., as he takes a deep dive into the trends driving the changes in the way products are conceptualized and executed upon. Learn how organizations are reacting as a result, and his predictions into what this means for product development & product innovation space.
Product management is one of the few organizational functions that focus on long term strategic direction, while other functions typically focus on short-term, client to client, or quarterly results. This difference in perspective creates a tight linkage between strategic business goals that senior executives are focused on and what product management is chartered to deliver.
Join Greg Geracie, President and Founder, Actuation Consulting, and learn the importance of adopting a metrics-driven approach to enhance the relationship between senior executives and the product management organization throughout the product development lifecycle.
In this period of innovation - transformation happens at the speed of light and geographical and access barriers are fading; successful product development is driven by global collaboration. Companies must focus on managing product lifecycles while creating substantial advancement in introducing differentiated goods and services to fuel top-line growth. This is best accomplished through global collaboration of all areas in product development.
Join Therese Padilla, President, Association of International Product Marketing & Management (AIPMM), as she discusses the latest techniques in Product Development Collaboration.
Organizations struggle with the deployment and incorporation of innovation management – there is no consistent, well-defined framework for creating an innovation "discipline".
Join Paul R. Williams, Executive Director, American Institute for Innovation Excellence, as he shares his research on how best to implement a formal innovation management approach. Learn what these key “must-haves” are, and how this "Center of Excellence" approach will create a well-defined framework for innovation success.
Successful innovation management extends past an enhanced "value chain" rooted in portfolio management concepts; it needs to also focus on strategic priorities balanced with execution discipline. In essence, the goal of any portfolio-based approach is to maximize the value of the overall portfolio and to balance the strategic fit, timing and sequencing, investment risk, operational capability and resource capacity.
Based on recent research conducted by the American Institute for Innovation Excellence, what's missing is a way to resolve pain points (and main points of failure) experienced by organizations when seeking growth via an innovation management strategy.
Come hear Paul R. Williams, Executive Director, American Institute for Innovation Excellence, share on how to align your innovation approach to the overall organizational strategy; efficiently and effectively review, select and manage multiple promising ideas at once; and ensure successful and repeatable execution and delivery of individual idea-based initiatives.
Prioritization is a major responsibility of product management, and we are given rough guidance to prioritize by business value. But assessing value is easier said than done given today's rapidly changing conditions. Maximizing business value means focusing not just on obvious ROI, but deciding where to invest now for maximum value later and with minimum risk. How do we maximize value while reducing risks and managing costs? In this webinar, we will discuss "real world" strategies and practices for portfolio prioritization.
Come hear Greg Cohen, Senior Principal Consultant at the 280 Group, and author of Agile Excellence for Product Managers and 42 Rules of Product Management, share tried and proven methods for easily assessing value and balancing risk in the product portfolio planning and development process.
Innovation today is very hard and complex. Multiple ideas from multiple stakeholders and multiple objectives requires multiple teams to execute in unison towards a common goal. The question is how to balance all this creativity with discipline? How can organizations shift from treating innovation as a one-time �invention� event to an ongoing, real-time process that aligns execution dynamically with the ever changing corporate strategy? This type of strategic agility is no small feat and requires companies to undergo a fundamental change that drives dynamic decision making across the organization.
Learn why Next Generation Portfolio Management is the key to successful Product Innovation management in today's complex economy.
Join us for this special webinar as, Carnegie Mellon University professor Chris Labash reveals how to make innovation doable, actionable, and sustainable.
Join us as we discuss the findings from a joint study conducted by Accept Corporation & AIPMM as we share current portfolio challenges, practices and strategies of over 175 Product and Portfolio executives.
In today's hyper-competitive marketplace, a unified approach to portfolio management is critical for selecting the right product investments with the greatest commercial potential. However, there is a big difference between portfolio management theory and how it is typically practiced in leading corporations today.
Walk away with benchmarks, best practices and recommendations on how to make Innovation Portfolio Planning your key competitive weapon.
It takes well-practiced dance partners to perform outstanding choreography. It takes well coordinated product teams to make winning products.
Today�s complex products require multiple teams, multiple stakeholders and multiple objectives working in unison towards a common goal - but this is easier said than done. Multi-layered products and new go-to-market strategies require a careful coordination of complex dependencies, compatibilities, and timing. And due to the dynamic nature of these dependencies, critical decisions must be made dynamically as data becomes available and revisited as conditions change.
Join us with guest Scott Sehlhorst to learn how to get product and development teams working in unison - and dance in step with corporate strategy to ensure the right products are delivered with the fastest time to profit.
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„In diesem Webinar erfahren Sie, wie Sie in Milliarden Jahren erprobte und erfolgreiche Lösungen aus der Natur für Ideen und Blueprints der Innovationsentwicklung nutzbar machen. Dr. Klaus-Stephan Otto, Geschäftsführer der Evoco GmbH stellt Wege vor, wie in der Natur Innovationen entstehen und wie dies in Unternehmen umgesetzt werden kann.
Dr. Klaus-Stephan Otto, Geschäftsführer der Evoco GmbH, berät seit 30 Jahren namhafte Unternehmen in der Innovationsentwicklung und in Veränderungsprozessen. Zu seinen Kunden gehören Unternehmen wie Bayer, Daimler, Lufthansa und Volkswagen sowie Non-Profit Organisationen wie das Bundesamt für Strahlenschutz und die IG Metall.