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This 2-day Master Class is an in-depth and interactive learning experience exploring how to create, advance, pivot, or transform a product line… creating and carrying out an intense focus on continuous product line velocity improvement.
Many managers don’t recognize that every product line has a root system type that defines how the product line works. We call this the system archetype.
In the past, whole industries have been defined using Noun-Based segmentation. When you buy a market research study, it’ll break down an industry by Noun-Based segments. But driving greater value from innovation and product development demands we complement the noun approach with verbs.
The key to business performance is to know where and how you want to play the game of business. Product line strategies and roadmaps are central to the answer. Learn More
Agile, Jobs-to-be-Done, and Product Line Strategy are in a significant struggle. Each tool drives superb product development results, but old-school gurus didn’t design them to work with one another. Instead, they push in different directions. The key to solving the challenge and reaping extraordinary gains is to employ a powerful toolset called Innovation Charters.
Don’t limit your potential by applying Single-Product Strategy thinking to Product Lines. The big deal is that product lines have two unique advantages over a single-product. They gain from leverage, and they gain from cross-market synergy. Strategies must…
A positive innovation culture without strategic footing can cause much damage. Even when resulting innovations appear successful, the randomness of results will negate opportunities for synergy across products. Competitors who
The way we think about developing and managing products is fundamental to how our companies operate. Our mindset and thought processes form the rules and set the assumptions we follow.
Agilists blame backlashes against the methodology on top management’s unwillingness or inability to change. It’s leadership’s fault, not Agile’s. They didn’t embrace Lean-Agile Leadership. Really?