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.
A focus on Product Line Velocity takes product development and management well beyond the limits of project management fixated on time to market. Learn why this dynamic measure is a crucial component of managing product lines as systems.
In product development, a DECISION FLOW has enormous affect on performance. Purposely improving your decision flow can boost product development. Sadly, many middle managers feel the decision flow is owned by the leadership team. They say fixing it is top management’s job, not middle management’s.
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.
Responsive Roadmapping: Guiding Change and Product Line Pivots
Responding to Market, Technology, and Economic Disruptions. Large businesses must work efficiently and carry out change effectively. The problem for management teams is that the practices they’ve installed…
Growth-induced entropy has two characteristics that managers should understand. First, it can work against your goals. Because it’s chaotic, it’s not likely to push in the direction you want. And second, when left alone, entropy always grows. You need to spot and tame entropy if you wish to avoid bad outcomes.
Product Line Velocity is speed in a direction toward a line’s objectives. Speed, by itself, does not have a direction. In single product thinking, speed is the time it takes to carry out a task. The time to develop a product is a measure of speed. Velocity in product line systems thinking is the change […]