Category: Product Innovation

Innovate With Purpose - Idea Prioritization

Ideation and idea management pack the front end of the New Product Development (NPD) funnel with a wealth of viable concepts. One of the toughest processes in innovation is idea prioritization. Idea prioritization is about how you invest your company’s product development resources. Continue reading

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The executives with the best records of shareholder value creation are those who systematically kill NPD projects as early in their development lifecycle as possible. Kalypso’s Michael Glessner explains why. Continue reading

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What can you take away from the 2014 World Cup and apply to your business to bolster your innovation efforts? Continue reading

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Demand for configurability and personalization is growing in the marketplace and presents a threat to traditional mass production techniques. Jordan Reynolds kicks off a series here… Continue reading

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Laura Hernández GarvayoGores reflects on how Gore’s history of profitability, growth and success is based on the ability of the company to implement and execute a strategy based on two pillars: leadership in innovative technology and corporate culture — for more than fifty years. Continue reading

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It is hard to translate consumer’s feedback into a product. Along the way the message is lost in translation. Continue reading

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The central meaning of innovation relates to renewal. For this renewal to take place it is necessary for people to change the way they make decisions, they must choose to do things differently, make choices outside of their norm.
Jay Fraser challenges the definition of “simple”. Continue reading

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