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What is Lean Process and Product Development ( LPPD)?
In this pithy animation and description, author and former product development executive Jim Morgan explains what an LPPD system is and how it consistently delivers profitable value streams and great products that customers love. After you watch it, make plans for you and your team to join early adopters of LPPD from industrial and service companies at the 2nd annual Designing the Future Summit, June 27- 28, 2019, in Traverse City, MI: https://www.lean.org/designfuture2019 MI: https://www.lean.org/designfuture2019 Like last year’s inaugural conference, the 2019 summit will go beyond broad generalizations “to be innovative” and dig into concrete LPPD practices that are creating new products and services with speed, precision, and exceptional quality. Plenary speakers include: • Tyler Schilling, president of TechnipFMC Schilling Robotics, and Andy Houk, vice president of product development; • Frank Paluch, executive vice president of Honda’s North American manufacturing operation, who spent five years as president of Honda’s R&D facilities in North America; • David Crawley, a founder of startup Ubiquity Robotics and former head of strategic initiatives at Cypress semiconductor; • Susan DeSandre, a former senior executive at Apple and Ford. • Steve Shoemaker, general manager of engineering for Caterpillar’s Earthmoving Division; • Andi Plantenberg, principle, FutureTight and a mentor to Silicon Valley startups, will give you the trade-craft for knowing when it’s time to kill an idea – and when to keep it going for a prosperous future. • Jim Morgan, senior advisor and founder of Lean Product and Process Development at the nonprofit Lean Enterprise Institute (LEI) and co-author of Designing the Future, and The Toyota Product Development System will explain why product development is a natural and powerful leverage point for transforming the entire organization. Previously, he was a global engineering director at Ford during the product-led revitalization under CEO, Alan Mulally. • Jim Womack, LEI’s founding CEO, co-author of Lean Thinking and Machine That Changed the World, and author of Gemba Walks, will explore “Re-Thinking Value Creation in Product and Process Development” for a world in which customers often seek a solution to a complex problem involving many products rather than a single product. Breakout sessions and workshops include: • Giving Users a Voice in UX Design; • Industry Revolution Pulled by Lean Product and Process Development; • Managing Product Development in Healthcare with Visual Management (Obeya); • Set-Based Concurrent Engineering; • Visible Knowledge; • Craft Beer Game: Leading the Innovation Pipeline; • How to Develop New Value with the A3 Process; • Lean Process Creation: Why Developing a Product that Customers Actually; Want Requires a Great Process to Produce and Deliver It. For the complete agenda and to register go to https://www.lean.org/designfuture2019 Lean Product and Process Development is a powerful system based on lean management principles for developing new products or services concurrently with the processes needed to make and deliver them profitably. The LPPD Learning Group is a unique co-learning partnership of design and product development leaders from diverse companies that want to dramatically improve how they develop products and services. This select group has demonstrated executive commitment to lean transformations, an enthusiasm for collaborative learning, and a willingness to share the results with the global lean community. Learn more about the group at lean.org/leanpd/ Get practical insights from Jim Morgan every month when you sign up for his free eletter (subscriber info is never shared, sold, or swapped) -- https://www.lean.org/leanpd/subscribe/ About LEI Lean Enterprise Institute, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit training, publishing, and research organization based in Boston, MA, with a mission to makes things better through lean thinking and practice to create more value and prosperity while consuming the fewest possible resources. Founded in 1997 by management expert James P. Womack, PhD, LEI conducts research, teaches educational workshops, publishes books and ebooks, runs conferences, and shares practical information about lean thinking and practice. Visit LEI at lean.org to learn more.
Product - Development Stages
This video explores the 8 stages of product development. As well, it helps identify what we mean by 'product' and where the development process fits into the Marketing Mix.
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Employee interview - Jean-François Hupé, R&D Manager, Product and Process development
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Sudhakar Kolli Product and Process Development Manager PPD D
Sudhakar Kolli Product and Process Development Manager PPD Department
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Product Manager Roles | Product Management | Career Insights | upGrad
The role of a product manager is crucial but also one of the least understood ones. In this video we define the supposed role of a product manager and how he is more than a data analyst. We take up questions like, is he someone who deals with the tech aspects of product, leading the team of engineers? Or does the product manager largely concern himself/herself with user experience, design or the overall business strategy? #ProductManagement #ProductMarketing #MarketingCareers Intriguing isn't it? No wonder the role is difficult to understand for most. In this video, Ravijot Chugh, Co-Founder and Product Head at UpGrad, explains in detail the various responsibilities a Product Manager has, and that you need to work with the best of your calibre to be a good PM. If you want to bag one among the thousands of highly coveted openings for Product Managers between now and 2020 (only to grow exponentially even after), you need to start upgrading your existing skills and mastering these key skills. Product Managers are often referred to as mini-CEOs of the product. This is why, at tech companies, startups and large MNCs that are now diversifying, alike, the role of Product Managers is lucrative and one of the most important in the organization. Read more about a Product Manager's role: https://blog.upgrad.com/wtf-is-a-product-manager/?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=Organic_Social&utm_campaign=YouTube_Video&utm_term=YouTube_Video_PM&utm_content=YouTube_Video_PM_Product_Management_Roles_Blog_Link Watch now to know more details. Wish to transition to the role of a Product Manager and build great products? Enroll in our Product Management Certification Program: https://upgrad.com/product-management/?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=Organic_Social&utm_campaign=YouTube_Video&utm_term=YouTube_Video_PM&utm_content=YouTube_Video_PM_Product_Management_Roles upGrad is an online higher education platform providing rigorous industry-relevant programs designed and delivered in collaboration with world-class faculty and industry. Merging the latest technology, pedagogy, and services, upGrad is creating an immersive learning experience – anytime and anywhere. upGrad began in 2015 with the conviction that in an ever-changing industry, professionals need to continuously upskill themselves in order to stay relevant. upGrad has created some of India’s largest online programs to help thousands of professionals achieve their career goals in the areas of data, technology, and management. Stay on top of your industry by interacting with us on our social channels: Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/upgrad_edu Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UpGradGlobal Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/upgrad_edu https://www.linkedin.com/company/ueducation/Joint Certificate from Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education and upGrad‌
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How to Build a Product Development Process w/ Spotify
👉 Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/2xMQLbS 🕊️ Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/2xAQklN 💙 Like us on Facebook for free event tickets: http://bit.ly/2xPfjkh 📷 Don’t forget to follow us on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2eHmfJp Get the presentation slides here: http://bit.ly/2gLexl2 Find out more about us: http://bit.ly/2xPj8a8 💻 How to build a product development process? Companies treat the role of product management differently. Miles Lennon, Product Manager at Spotify, shared how they articulate the product development process at Spotify and the role of a PM. Miles Lennon has been developing software products at early and growth stage companies for about 10 years. Currently he is a Sr. Product Manager at Spotify where he focuses on developing tools for artists to grow their careers. Previously he led Spotify's social product area, a small product group focused on connecting friends, tastemakers and artists around music. Prior to that he led product development for GameGround and Tracked.com both of which were early-stage VC-backed startups in the NYC area. Chapter 1 0:11 Talk Goals Chapter 2 0:59 Speaker Background Chapter 3 3:50 Talk Agenda Chapter 4 4:16 Who Are Spotify's Customers? Chapter 5 5:50 What Does Spotify Consider as Its Products? Chapter 6 9:06 Product Lifecycle Chapter 7 13:50 Discovering New Opportunities Chapter 8 15:51 Tools Chapter 9 20:46 What Do We Expect of Product Managers? Chapter 10 29:04 Tech + Design Accountability at Spotify Chapter 11 31:31 Learn Chapter 12 34:53 Choose Chapter 13 39:40 Frame ABOUT US: We host product management, data and coding events every week in Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Orange County and New York. Click here to see what we have coming up: http://bit.ly/2xP0dMJ Product School is the world’s first tech business school. We offer certified Product Management, Coding, and Data courses; our instructors are real-world managers working at top tech companies such as Google, Facebook, Snapchat, Airbnb, LinkedIn, PayPal, and Netflix. Our classes are part-time, designed to fit into your work schedule, and the campuses are located in Silicon Valley, San Francisco, New York, Orange County and Los Angeles. Product leaders from local top tech companies visit Product School campuses each week. Through lectures, panel discussions, and a variety of other forums, the world’s top product managers visit Product School to provide invaluable real-world insights into critical management issues. If you want to become a product manager in 8 weeks, see our upcoming courses here: http://bit.ly/2xPj8a8 📓 The Product Book has arrived! Learn how to become a great Product Manager. On sale for a limited time. Get your copy here: http://amzn.to/2uJqg9A #ProductManagement #ProductSchool #Upskill #TechEducation #Education #Product #TechStartup #FinTech #Business #ProductManager #ProdMgmt
How To Crack Product Manager Interview | Career Path | Interview Tips | Product Management | UpGrad
Product managers are like mini-CEOs who work in collaboration with numerous different departments within a company, including research and development, advertising, sales and public relations; in short, they basically oversee all the processes that come into play for delivering a particular product to the consumers. They estimate the demand for a product and identify potential customers. Besides, these professionals oversee the development and planning of advertising and marketing strategies. Product Management is a niche area where there is evergrowing high demand for talent. However, it is a role with too many responsibilities to be fulfilled. That explains why the Product Management interview is a tough one to crack. But don't worry - we bring to you all the required information, tactics and strategies that will help you ace the PM interview. Get started now to get ahead: https://upgrad.com/product-management/?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=Organic_Social&utm_campaign=YouTube_Video&utm_term=YouTube_Video_PM&utm_content=YouTube_Video_PM_Product_Management_Interview #ProductManagerSkills #ProductManagement #ProductMarketing upGrad is an online higher education platform providing rigorous industry-relevant programs designed and delivered in collaboration with world-class faculty and industry. Merging the latest technology, pedagogy, and services, upGrad is creating an immersive learning experience – anytime and anywhere. upGrad began in 2015 with the conviction that in an ever-changing industry, professionals need to continuously upskill themselves in order to stay relevant. upGrad has created some of India’s largest online programs to help thousands of professionals achieve their career goals in the areas of data, technology, and management. Stay on top of your industry by interacting with us on our social channels: Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/upgrad_edu Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UpGradGlobal Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/upgrad_edu Follow us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/ueducation/Joint Certificate from Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education and upGrad‌
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Process Improvement: Six Sigma & Kaizen Methodologies
Improve your project processes with these top two methodologies: Six Sigma & Kaizen Try our award-winning PM software for free: https://www.projectmanager.com/?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=ProcessImprovementSixSigmaKaizenMethodologies Claim your free 30-day trial of PM Software here: https://www.projectmanager.com/?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=ProcessImprovementSixSigmaKaizenMethodologies Project managers are constantly looking for ways to improve the performance of the processes on their projects. That's why, in this brief but compelling video, ProjectManager.com Director Devin Deen shares the key points from the Six Sigma and Kaizen methodologies. See the video,and learn why the Six Sigma methodology and the Kaizen "change for the better" culture are the two most widely used process improvement methodologies for project management, in the world today. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/user/projectmanagervideos Want to see another great video on project management methodologies? Check out Critical Chain Project Management vs. Critical Path. See it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mpc_FdAt75A
3 Minute Product Manager: Strategic Role of Product Management
The strategic role of product management - spanning market intelligence, strategy development, new product development and lifecycle management.
The Product Development Process
This video walks the viewer through the product development process, which begins with an idea and culminates with the product launch. Edspira is your source for business and financial education. To view the entire video library for free, visit http://www.Edspira.com To like us on Facebook, visit https://www.facebook.com/Edspira Edspira is the creation of Michael McLaughlin, who went from teenage homelessness to a PhD. The goal of Michael's life is to increase access to education so all people can achieve their dreams. To learn more about Michael's story, visit http://www.MichaelMcLaughlin.com To follow Michael on Facebook, visit https://facebook.com/Prof.Michael.McLaughlin To follow Michael on Twitter, visit https://twitter.com/Prof_McLaughlin
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Product development best practices by Michael Smith
Michael is a Product Manager for Ads at Google in London and helps to increase monetisation for top tier online publishers. Michael has a 20 year career focusing on product development in mobile, search and Internet technologies with innovative Fortune 500 corporations with proven product management and thought leadership. At Campus, our mission is to create an environment that encourages innovation through collaboration, mentorship, and networking. With speedy wifi, a café, frequent networking and speaking events, and coworking space, Campus is seven floors dedicated to startup success. Come down to Campus London to take part: https://www.campuslondon.com/events/calendar Subscribe to the Campus YouTube channel to be notified of future CampusEDU videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=CampusLondon Recorded in August 2014 @CampusEDU 'Product Development' Event
Lean Product and Process Development: Removing the Waste in Design - Preview
Lean Product and Process Development | Part 2 of 2 Removing the Waste in Design Video Length: 37 min Now that we see the waste in typical product and process development processes, we must drive improvements as determined in the hoshin kanri deployment process. Learn how to deploy lean tools and lean cultural elements to make the process much more effective, to more thoroughly drive innovation ,and to increase support for the respect of employees. You can find a listing of all our Lean education products here: http://www.360performancecircle.com/products/category/lean You can also purchase the video previewed above by going here: http://www.360performancecircle.com/product/category/13/61/57/lean-quality-integration/lean-product-and-process-devel/lean-product-and-process-devel Outline: Fast Innovation Lean Product and Process Development (LPPD), APQP, and ISO Requirements Visual Management and Daily Accountability Standard Work in Design One Piece Flow in Design Kaizen Events and 3P in Design Target audience Primary: Engineering Mgrs, Chief Engineers Secondary: Top Management, Engineers Creating and Sustaining Lean Improvements: How to Integrate Principles, Culture and Tools - Episode 13
Role of a Product Manager, Product Development Process, Skills Required | Product Management Basics
In this video, we're going to get into the role of a product manager, the product development process, types of products & product managers and the skills/qualities required to make a career in product. VIDEO EXCERPTS: The role of a product manager is very broadly defined as a mini CEO that means that they are responsible for the success of a product, which is generally defined by certain metrics or KPIs attached to the product. Even though the role has product manager in it, a product manager is not a manager and they directly do not have any report each to them, but are responsible for taking all the stakeholders in a business together to make a product, which is why it is an extremely important role. To understand the product manager’s role more deeply, let's look at a product development process, all the steps in this process is something that a product manager is directly in charge of and it starts with understanding user expectations, which is user research. So product manager basically goes and understands the market, the user to figure out what kind of product is actually required. The next step is to plan, based on the research the product manager comes up with a lot of features that is required in the product he or she is trying to build. Now the product manager needs to define a roadmap and prioritize these features, what needs to go next month, the coming month, coming quarter, coming year and essentially make an entire roadmap for the product. The next step is to build the product; this is where essentially in software products the product manager will start working with the business team, the designers and the engineers to basically create the app, the platform whatever it is that they are working on. So there's a very infamous Venn diagram which goes hand-in-hand with the definition of product management, it's shown right here where the product manager sits between the business team, the designers and the technology team and sort of works with all of them together to ship the best product. The next step is to release the product where the product could be first opened to some beta users, small target audiences to see how it's really working, and then rolled out to the rest of the market. So once the product has been built and shipped to the market, it's the product managers responsibility to study the metrics, understand what is working, what is not working and restart the whole process again of going back to the users, understanding where the product needs to change, again make a road map for the same and then build it out again roll it out to the consumers and do this over and over again. And finally in some situations where the product is not really working as well as expected, or due to market changes, changes with competitors the company decides to move a different direction, in these stages the product manager is required to retire the product. This means you would typically reach out to your consumers, your users and tell them that you probably would be shutting down your product at X date, and you would tell them how to export their data or things like that, whatever is necessary for the consumer to get closure from your product. What we've just discussed all of these stages typically is the product development process, and all of these stages is part of a product managers job role. Let us now discuss the types of product managers, or the types of products that the product manager can work on. And the first one is internal products, these are products that are essentially used within the company for their day-to-day operations, and are the easiest products to start your career in. So basically if you're looking to start your career in product management, internal products are the best way to go, because the users of this product is in-house within your own company, they're in your direct reach you can go and reach out to them, talk to them, understand their needs, build the product and test it out extremely easily with them. The next type of product is your b2b products, where the users are typically other businesses, people who work in other companies and the product managers generally work very closely with the sales team here to ensure that the product can be sold. Your features are generally defined by your paid clients, and they get a say on what needs to be built in the product, and you have to have a very keen ear to listen to their requirements. The last of the most challenging kind of product according to me is the consumer products, where your users are typically millions of people who you're trying to reach out to, and it's impossible to do user research with all of them so you select a small group, understand their requirements and you hope to God that their requirements would be similar to your typical audience.
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Taking Lean Principles to New Product Development
After successfully implementing lean principals in manufacturing, Solar Turbines took them to new product development, reducing firefighting and boosting development velocity. LEI’s Chet Marchwinski recently talked about the effort with Howard Kinkade, manager, products management, at Solar. Q: What was the business problem Solar Turbines was addressing with lean product and process development (LPPD) principles? Howard: Like many organizations, our lean journey started in manufacturing. A little over 10 years ago, I was working in the product development group under a new director. He had recognized that our new product introduction process was excellent and produced great results, but every once in a while, it fell short in some areas, maybe with schedule, maybe with some of our expenditures, cost management, things of that nature. He asked, “Do we want to continue to expand our NPI book and make it any thicker?” We found as the book got thicker, performance didn't necessarily improve. He read Lean Product and Process Development. He also read The Toyota Product Development System. Of course, I had homework. I had to do the same reading. We then reflected and asked ourselves, “Do we want to experiment with this?” I certainly said, “Yes.” It was pretty exciting for me. Our initial focus was on velocity. It was pretty simple. We didn't take too big of a bite. We focused on velocity. We connected value-stream mapping of recent development programs and started applying tools like obeya and front-loading. The simple applications of those tools yielded great results. For example, our typical engine enhancement program might be two years from development to test. We applied these tools to the next engine enhancement program and it accelerated from two years to 17-to-18 months. Q: One of the most successful experiments was in workflow management to level the work and improve the value-stream flow. What did the team do? What were those results? Howard: We had been on the journey for probably about eight, 10 years and something kept coming up in all of our workshops. We had problems with our workflow management. It showed up in value-stream maps -- and I think many of the people out there have played with this -- it showed up as waiting. Our flows weren't synchronized. We borrowed from a trick that manufacturing uses called kanban -- a pull system. We identified that in order for us to get better and enable more lean activities, we needed to get our workflow management under control. We applied kanban in a pull system to the workplace. Great results so far. Chet: Can you tell us about an experiment that didn't go so well and, more importantly, what you learned? Howard: I can think of one right now that we struggled with a long time. In our workflow management system -- and I always ask this question -- if you prioritize half the work, how much work have you prioritized? Some people say none of it, and that's what I used to say. Someone gave me a witty answer once and said, “You’ve prioritized half of it, but the lower half.” Our goal was to create a prioritization system where we didn't prioritize part of the work. We prioritized all the work. It didn't matter what it was; we'd be able to prioritize across the different types of work. Our prioritization system had to be quite extensive to deal with lots of different business needs. We kept finding that one problem was our training. When we put training efforts into the prioritization system, they were always at the bottom. We kept playing with the algorithm, but every time we changed the algorithm, we’d create some other problems. Then we finally took a step back and said, “We're doing training wrong. We know training is healthy for business, and we need to invest in it. Let's determine what percentage of our investment should always go to training.” We set aside a training bucket, and we allow each of the managers to spend that portion of it that's theirs to develop their tools, processes, and people. They can go ahead and create cards for training and pull the amount as long as they don't exceed the budget. This allows them to manage the development of their people, and it solved one of our biggest problems in prioritization. Keep Learning: • Discover how to build and sustain the culture and tools of lean product and process development. Join experienced LPPD leaders from Honda, Caterpillar, Schilling Robotics, TechnipFMC, and other top companies at the 2nd Designing the Future Summit 2019, June 27 -28 8: https://www.lean.org/designfuture2019 • Get practical insights on how lean development creates better futures for companies, stakeholders, and employees. Sign up now for the free monthly newsletter from author and LPPD thought leader Jim Morgan. Subscriber information is never, sold, shared, or swapped. Go to: http://bit.ly/2CueZwaLPPDsub.
Steve Jobs: Product Development (from Idea to Product)
Steve Jobs: Product Development (From Idea to Product) Reference: Excerpt from Steve Jobs interview in 1995 with Robert Cringely, the interview is called "The Lost Interview"
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Sudhakar Kolli Product and Process Development Manager PPD D
Sudhakar Kolli Product and Process Development Manager PPD Department
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Meet Cristina, Product Development Director
Join our L'Oréal tribe #weareloreal across social and get to know us better :) We bet you'll get inspired by how we lead the future of Beauty innovation! L'Oréal Talent Website: http://careers.loreal.com L'Oréal Talent Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lorealtalent L'Oréal Talent Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lorealtalent L'Oréal Talent Twitter: https://twitter.com/lorealtalent L'Oréal Talent YouTube: http://bit.ly/YqZUxj L'Oréal LinkedIn: http://linkd.in/Yt0wmi
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Product Management for Dummies | Ben Sampson
Ben Sampson, VP of Product Management at Outsell, Inc., is fresh in his product management career, energetic, and inspiring! His Biz Talk breaks down exactly what product management is, what product managers do, and how to get into a product management position... even if you don't have a product management or tech background. Biz Talks is an event entertainment company that empowers career-curious students through inspirational talks by accomplished alumni. Website: https://www.biztalks.co/watch Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/biztalks.co Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/biztalks/
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The Product Development Process: How to Bring Your Product to Market
Do you have a product design idea? Learn how to bring your product to market with this overview of the product development process. This video covers turning your product concept into a working prototype through electronic engineering, circuit design, product testing, and volume manufacturing. Ready to get started? Contact DMC: https://www.dmcinfo.com/services/custom-software-and-hardware-development
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Development and Delivery of Pharmaceutical Products  (CMC) - MaRS Best Practices
Moving from drug discovery to drug development requires a particular skillset usually not yet honed by start-ups. This phase of the development process is highly regulated and critical. Let Dr. Colin Minchom take you through the aspects of the Chemistry, Manufacturing and Control (CMC) portion of the drug development process. Watch this video to learn about the pharmaceutical product development which includes objectives of formulation, cost-effective strategies to reach key milestones and more. MaRS -- Building Canada's next generation of global technology companies. marsdd.com
Product Development Stages in Hindi | New product development stages | Marketing Management | ppt
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Lean Product Development — Michael Fisher
Michael Fisher explains how User-Centered Design, Lean Startup and Agile Development practices combine to create the best chances for a successful product. Speaker: Michael Fisher, Senior Product Manager, Pivotal Labs
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The product development process
The product development process Engineer and process expert, Constance Claussen, walks through the steps of new product development.
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What Is Lean Product Development by Xero Senior Product Manager
Product Management Event in New York about What Lean Product Development Is. 👉 Subscribe here: http://bit.ly/2xMQLbS 🕊️ Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/2xAQklN 💙 Like us on Facebook for free event tickets: http://bit.ly/2xPfjkh 📷 Check us out on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2eHmfJp Get the presentation slides here: https://prdct.school/2v3E6RU Find out more about us: https://prdct.school/2uHbmz6 💻 Ever feel stuck or unable to decide what the team should work on next? Ever get steamrolled by an exec to take on their new favorite idea? You are not alone. As Product Managers we are constantly dealing with issues like this. In this talk Josh focused on a lean product development strategy that helps reduce and in some cases eliminate some of these common issues. The process is called Evidence Driven Development. This process is similar to the scientific method, and helps us define and deliver the products and features of highest importance to the target audience. Josh Vincent has been building software since his computer science days at university. He is a seasoned Product Manager, Designer and Entrepreneur. He spent almost a decade shipping products at Microsoft, followed by a few startups in Silicon Valley. Most recently he shipped a major payments network for businesses and employee users of Xero. Josh has lead user experience and product management teams and thrives in ambiguous environments that require multi-facetted skill usage and development. He is a highly user focused Product Manager, having driven the shipment of over 20 internationally recognized products, including SaaS platforms, hardware and software. He has worked as a full stack designer, IA, UX/UI, research, brand, at multiple companies. ABOUT US: Product School is the world’s first tech business school. We offer certified Product Management, Coding, Data and Blockchain courses; our instructors are real-world product managers working at top tech companies such as Google, Facebook, Snapchat, Airbnb, LinkedIn, PayPal, and Netflix. Our classes are part-time, designed to fit into your work schedule, and the campuses are located in 14 cities worldwide, including Silicon Valley, New York, Los Angeles and London. See our upcoming courses here: https://prdct.school/2uHbmz6 In addition to classes, each of our campuses host weekly events with top industry professionals about Product Management, Data, Coding and Blockchain. Click here to see what we have coming up: https://prdct.school/2LCFENm Product leaders from local top tech companies visit Product School campuses each week. Through lectures, panel discussions, and a variety of other forums, the world’s top product managers visit Product School to provide invaluable real-world insights into critical management issues. 📓 The Product Book has arrived! Learn how to become a great Product Manager. Get your copy here: http://amzn.to/2uJqg9A #ProductManagement #ProductSchool #Upskill #TechEducation #Strategy #TechSkills #Product #PayPal
Dr. Allen Ward - Lean Product and Process Development Exchange
Although many have studied the Toyota Product Development System, few understood it as well as Allen.
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LPPDE - Lean Product & Process Development Exchange - LPPDE.org
MISSION Our mission is to bring the insights on lean process and product development together for you to learn and exchange WHO Our audience consists of leaders in small, medium and large organizations where product/process excellence is strategically important to the sustainability of the organization HOW Learn from best practices from others and participate in workshops WHAT IS LEAN Product Development? Lean Product Development is a generic term for applying “Lean Thinking” onto the product and process development context. Lean Thinking was first written down by J. Womack, who interpreted the backgrounds of the success of, amongst others, Toyota. Lean Thinking is more of a cultural aspect than a set of methods and tools. It therefore includes key principles and key behaviors to achieve a state of continuous improvement as a starting point and methods and tools as an effect thereof. Many lean practitioners, at the start, focus at the tools and methods and only later recognize the need and value of the key principles and behaviors. Lean started out as a method to improve efficiency and effectiveness in manufacturing. Although you can apply the same key principles and key behaviors to the context of product development, the methods and tools are harder to translate. Lean Product Development has its own set of methods and tools and its own set of challenges related to implementation. Lean Product Development starters, practitioners and experts get together at the Lean Product and Process Development Exchange events to share their insights, such that we continue to develop the framework of Lean in Product Development together, containing for example: Methods to grow and improve understanding of customer value # Visual planning methods to achieve reliable and fast time to market # Set Based Engineering # Rapid Learning Cycles # Creation, capturing and reuse of knowledge (“knowledge management”) # Handle multi project environments while maintaining flow # Value stream thinking to break silos EXCHANGE The LPPDE conferences are organized roughly yearly in both Europe and North America. These conferences are the motor for the flow of knowledge about lean in the product development context. We explicitly call our conferences "Exchange" - because that is what we think is the best moderator for learning: listen experts, see peers, discuss, learn from best practices from others and participate in workshops, that are offered at introductory as well as advanced level. Many participants of LPPDE conferences return, because they know: whenever I visit an LPPDE conference, I am sure I will return with a high number of great ideas, excellent examples and practical tips to continue my journey on the lean path in product development. Visit: http://www.lppde.org
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Jim Morgan - Lean Product Development
This video was captured at the annual Lean Accounting & Management Summit (http://laslms.leanfrontiers.com). Lean Frontiers is pleased to work with the Lean Product & Process Development Exchange (http://lppde.org) in jointly producing the North American and European conferences.
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Product Development and Innovation
What is a Product Development and Innovation engineer? With a bachelor of science in engineering degree in Product Development and Innovation you will be the project manager. You will be the one managing the entire manufacturing process -- from idea to final product. And you will be able to see the potential of new technology and know how to turn it into business. This programme is offered in English. Admission area code 17890 http://www.sdu.dk/en/Uddannelse/Bachelor/PDI_product_devel_Innovation_ing.aspx
Innovation Management at Rutgers Business School
http://www.business.rutgers.edu/thought-leadership - Innovation entails integrating technologies and other knowledge into a whole product, a whole technology platform, a whole business, a whole company and a whole ecology of enterprises. Innovation management focuses on the linkages and synergies among people, work units, knowledge systems, alliance partners, and inter-organizational associations that are necessary to create streams of new products and services. Innovation management is about creating and managing all these links. Tear down those silos. Professor Deborah Dougherty Profile: http://www.business.rutgers.edu/faculty-research/directory/dougherty-deborah Department of Management & Global Business: http://www.business.rutgers.edu/mgb
Product Development Engineer Job- Films- Indiana
Hello, I have an excellent career opportunity for a Product Development Engineer with a global manufacturer of Blown Films for the Packaging industries. This company is looking for a skilled and proven Product Development Engineer for their facility in Southern Indiana. The responsibilities include: • Design and development of co-extruded (blown, polyethylene) films from concept creation to launch focusing on moisture and oxygen barrier films using 3, 5, 7, and 9 layer blown film assets • Support current business through product and process improvement programs • Extensive customer interaction with technical and project personnel to understand performance requirements for new product proposals. Must define those requirements using key physical properties, visual standards, and performance characteristics. Work closely with sales • Provide technical support to commercial and manufacturing teams through specification tests, product qualifications and recommendations • Design and conduct experiments to validate product performance • Interact with manufacturing personnel to optimize product design for ease of manufacturing The company requires the following experience to be considered: • B.S. / M.S. Degree in Chemical, Mechanical or Polymer Science/Engineering • Minimum of 3 years’ experience in packaging design, development, or process engineering • Experience working with co-extruded blown film equipment and product development. • Willingness to travel 30-50% of the time The position / role offers: • Base salary in the range of 80-100K or commensurate with experience • Relocation • Opportunity for growth in a large, global manufacturing company For more information please see this video presentation: Best Regards, Angelo Giallombardo Vice President Central Executive Search 440-772-1015 Direct Office 440-552-7069 Cell Phone [email protected] Email http://www.centraljobs.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/angelogiallombardo
Product and Service Management - Introduction to New Product Development
Full course: https://www.udemy.com/4-strategies-for-product-and-service-management/?couponCode=PROMONOW Developing New Products There is a simple business truism: a product or service company is only as strong as the products or services it provides. This is why companies invest so much money and time in developing new products. The success or failure of a product can have serious implications for a company, which is why the company will make every effort to choose the correct approach to develop a new product or service. Detailed versus Strategic Approaches When it comes to choosing the right approach to create products and services, some approaches are very detailed and strategic. These approaches are usually used by experienced companies, whereas other, less strategic approaches are usually used by companies that have only just started in business and are inexperienced. This topic discusses products and services but from now on "products" will be used in a general and broad way to refer to both. "Build it and They will Come" Approach There are several less strategic approaches to the development of products and services. One less strategic approach is the "build it and they will come" approach, which is generally used by new and inexperienced businesses. In this approach, the product is the brainchild of the company's owner, who has also designed it. But his passion for the product isn't always matched by the market, and sales can be very low. Persistence is needed if the product is to be a success, but very often it is the case that no market exists and the idea is abandoned. “Seat-of-the-Pants” Approach The "seat-of-the-pants" approach is also mainly used by new companies, especially in situations where the company's leadership is weak when it comes to organizational development and management. This approach poses problems with regard to prioritizing resources. The company doesn't have enough experience to identify what resources should be used to develop the product and what resources are needed to keep the company running. This approach can be successful, but the product needs to have market demand. Sometimes the company realizes that it has a good product, but knows that it needs help to fulfill its potential. In this case, the company may seek investors to provide funding to further develop the product. Full course: https://www.udemy.com/4-strategies-for-product-and-service-management/?couponCode=PROMONOW
Views: 1576 Sorin Dumitrascu
Mathangi Srinivasan – Process Development Engineer, Life Cycle Management
Career journey in a word: Fulfilling Mathangi began her career as a sustaining engineer in 2012. She has since grown to manage and develop complex projects and processes in her current role within Reagent Life Cycle Management. Mathangi also enjoys mentoring new engineers by helping them solve problems and achieve their professional goals. In this video, Mathangi shares why she chose Illumina and what she enjoys most about being here.
Views: 1165 Illumina
Project Management Simplified: Learn The Fundamentals of PMI's Framework ✓
✅http://lig.academy - Need a better job? Most LIG members find their ideal employment within as little as 15 days. Welcome to this week's episode where I make project management simple for you. To make it applicable to the majority of the audience, I am teaching Project Management Institute's (PMI) project management framework. ________________________________________________ Textbooks and frameworks are always boring. So, to make project management more interesting for you, I ran a project to demonstrate what steps to take and when. You won't regret spending 50 minutes to learn the basics of a wonderful practice called project management. You can also download all the templates I used in the session here (no need to register); https://thecareermastery.com/career-tips/project-management-simplified/ Although I strongly recommend you watch the entire session without skipping, for those of you who are just looking for snippets of information, you may find below the index of the video; 03:03 What is a project, program, and portfolio and how are they different from operations? 04:08 Project = Project Life Cycle + Project Management Process 04:43 Project Life Cycle 06:52 Process Groups 09:27 LIG, PMP certification or CAPM certification, which one is right for you? [Hint: I am biased!] 11:53 Process Groups - Initiation 13:06 Process Groups - Initiation - Project Charter 16:50 Process Groups - Initiation - Stakeholder Identification 18:17 Process Groups - Planning 20:30 Process Groups - Planning - Collecting Requirements 22:45 Process Groups - Planning - Defining the Scope 24:41 Process Groups - Planning - Scope Baseline 25:12 Process Groups - Planning - Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) 32:22 Process Groups - Planning - WBS Dictionary & Scope Creep 34:39 Process Groups - Planning - Time Management / Developing a Schedule 36:00 Process Groups - Planning - Gantt Chart 37:38 Process Groups - Planning - Fast Tracking a Project & Project Crashing 38:52 Process Groups - Planning - Cost Management 39:42 Process Groups - Planning - Budget development (for PMP or CAPM takers) 41:02 Process Groups - Executing 42:04 Process Groups - Executing - Gold Plating 43:16 Process Groups - Monitoring and Controlling 45:00 Process Groups - Monitoring and Controlling - Earned Value 47:57 Process Groups - Closing Process Group _______________________________________________________________ What is even a project? It definitely has a sexy tone to it right? Project… I just love the way it sounds. I wonder how cool it must sound in French. Proje… Well, project is a temporary endeavor to create a unique solution. Yeah that’s operations. No Well, the difference between a project and operations is fairly simple. A project ends. So, it’s temporary. You implement your project, you close it, you create a unique product/service/ or whatever outcome you wanted then you are done. Whereas in operations, it’s on-going and repetitive. You may have also heard about the terms program and portfolio. Let me just quickly explain them here. Program is multiple projects put together. Combined. And Portfolio is similarly. Multiple programs put together. So, it’s project, program, portfolio. Now before I go further, and dive deep. You need to understand something crucial. To run any project, you need 2 methodologies. The first one is a project life cycle and the second one is project management process. Most people confuse these 2. And if these are not clear, you can kiss the PMP certification goodbye. It’s absolutely amazing how many content creators in YouTube confuse these two. They are not interchangeable. You cannot afford to confuse a project life cycle with a project management process. Don’t worry I am going to make it very simple for you. Let’s start with Project Life Cycle. Project Life Cycle is unique to a project, to an industry, to your needs. It’s highly customizable. Think of it like this; a human development is a project. So, your life cycle is; 1) Conceiving 2) Birth 3) Childhood 4) Teenage hood. Teenage hood. Is that a word? Teenaging? 5) Adulthood 6) And death Easy stuff right? So, now if it was an IT project. I am not an IT but it would like something like this; High-level design Detailed Design Coding Testing Installation And Turnover This is project life cycle. The term cycle is a bit confusing here. I think. But who knows. This video covers; project management project management institute pmp project management professional certification project life cycle project management PMI managing a project project management fundamentals fundamentals of project management project management for beginners project management course
Views: 805300 Deniz Sasal
Product Development Engineer Job Description
At Molex, we're looking for driven workers, thinkers and doers who will help us grow and make the world smarter, safer and better for everyone. Right now we are hiring for Product Development Engineer positions in our Auburn Hills, MI location. http://www.molex.com/molex/jobs/jobs.jsp?channel=Jobs&channelId=-18
Product and Technology: The Product Development Process (BSE)
Subject : Business Economics Paper : Business ecosystem and entrepreneurship
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4. Toolkits to Support Product Development by Customers
MIT 15.356 How to Develop Breakthrough Products and Services, Spring 2012 View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/15-356S12 Instructor: Eric von Hippel License: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA More information at http://ocw.mit.edu/terms More courses at http://ocw.mit.edu
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20 Years of Product Management in 25 Minutes by Dave Wascha
There is probably one part of the product management job we can all agree is the hardest - people. People are unpredictable, have strong opinions and unconscious biases, and many people in your organisation have more power than you, yet are wrong just as often. In this illuminating talk from Mind the Product San Francisco 2017 Janna Bastow, Co-Founder of Mind the Product and Co-Founder and CEO of ProdPad, shares her own stories of dealing with people, and how she handles the toughest part of the job.
Views: 105653 William Oliveira
The Art of Product Management with Sachin Rekhi (ENG’05 W’05)
Product managers drive the vision, strategy, design, and execution of their product. While one can often quickly comprehend the basic responsibilities of the role, mastering each of these dimensions is truly an art form that one is constantly honing. In this presentation I'll share my lessons learned over the last decade as a product manager in Silicon Valley on the art behind each of these dimensions of product management. Sachin Rekhi is a serial entrepreneur and product leader who has spent the last decade developing innovative products in Silicon Valley. Sachin most recently founded Connected, a professional contact manager that was acquired by LinkedIn in 2011 and re-launched as LinkedIn Contacts. He went on become head of product for LinkedIn Sales Navigator, LinkedIn's flagship offering for sales professionals. Prior to Connected, Sachin founded Anywhere.FM, a web music player that allowed users to upload, play, and discover music online, which was acquired by imeem in 2008. Sachin started his career at Microsoft as a product lead on Visual Studio, Microsoft's developer tools platform. Sachin recently left LinkedIn and has been advising early-stage startups on product strategy, design, and growth.
Views: 152561 Wharton School
Product Development Manager
Aurora Energy is on a mission to give back to their Tasmanian customers. Enjoy working in the food and wine hub of Hobart and implement best practice customer product development and innovation.
Views: 315 Think Talent
Join Innovators at the Next Designing the Future Summit
Because a company’s products and services represent all its value-creating activities and naturally form critical connections across functions, the development of new products and services creates a natural platform for enterprise change, according to presenters at the recent Designing the Future Summit. And the most effective way these presenters, who are leading innovators, product developers, and designers, have found to change product development and the functions it touches is with a set of principles and practices knows as Lean Product and Process Development (LPPD). “This year’s summit theme was how to expand LPPD efforts in product development to include the entire enterprise,” said keynoter Jim Morgan, senior advisor, product and process development, at the nonprofit Lean Enterprise Institute (LEI), which sponsors the summit. He urged the 200 designers, developers, and innovators who attended the second annual conference in Traverse City, MI, on June 27-28, 2019, “to think about LPPD as an enterprise activity for engaging the rest of the organization.” The third annual summit is set for June 17-18, 2020, in Traverse City. Sign up for Designing the Future 2020 at: https://www.lean.org/designfuture Morgan noted that the LPPD movement was spreading geographically and across industries. Attendees came from nine countries and from industries as diverse as automotive, aerospace, oil and gas exploration, furniture, appliances, robotics, and consumer electronics. Developing Products and Processes Concurrently Lean Product and Process Development or LPPD is a powerful system based on lean management principles for developing new products or services concurrently with the processes – such as manufacturing, marketing, and purchasing – needed to deliver them profitably. Summit plenary presenters shared how they are spreading lean product and process development activities across organizations: - David Crawley, founder, Ubiquity Robotics, revealed how he combined LPPD and experimental methods at a startup; - Susan DeSandre, a supply chain executive at Ford and Apple, described how to apply LPPD practices in purchasing and supply chains; - Andy Houk, vice president, product development, and Tyler Schilling, co-founder and retired president, at TechnipFMC Schilling Robotics, described how LPPD principles and practices enhanced the enterprise culture of creativity and collaboration; - Frank Paluch, executive vice president, Honda of America, revealed how he is taking LPPD practices from his former post as president of R&D to his new role in manufacturing; - Andi Plantenberg, principle, FutureTight, offered insights on how the best companies generate bold ideas for new products with maximum impact; - Steven Shoemaker, general manager, engineering, Caterpillar, who first employed LPPD practices as chief engineer of hydraulic excavators shared how he is now applying what he learned to the Earth Moving Division; - Jim Womack, author and founding CEO of LEI, discussed how critical it is for developers to engage with manufacturing colleagues. - The summit also included 10 breakout sessions and workshops. About LEI Lean Enterprise Institute, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit training, publishing, and research company based in Boston, MA, with a mission to make things better through lean thinking and practice by creating more value and prosperity while consuming the fewest possible resources. Founded in 1997 by management expert James P. Womack, PhD, LEI conducts research, teaches educational workshops, publishes books and ebooks, runs conferences, and shares practical information about lean thinking and practice. Visit LEI at lean.org to learn more and subscribe. About the LPPD Learning Group The Lean Product and Process Development Learning Group is a unique co-learning partnership of leaders from diverse companies that want to dramatically improve how they develop products and services. This select group of companies has demonstrated executive commitment to lean transformations, an enthusiasm for collaborative learning where development work actually occurs, and a willingness to share the results with the global lean community. • Learn more about the group at lean.org/leanpd/. • Explore real-world examples about how companies in a variety of industries are applying LPPD principles when you read “Designing the Future” https://www.lean.org/Bookstore/ProductDetails.cfm?SelectedProductId=419 • Watch a video recap of the 2019 summit and register for the 2020 Designing the Future Summit • Subscribe to the monthly LPPD eletter: https://www.lean.org/leanpd/subscribe/ • Join the LPPD group on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8238773/ • Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/lppdatlei
New Product Development Process - I (BSE)
Subject : Bussuness Economic Paper : Marketing management
Views: 2604 Vidya-mitra
Angela, Manager of Product Development
One thing Angela can say about her job? She's never bored and every day is different. She develops products, takes what the customer wants and then creates a recipe that, in the end, is suitable for mass production. Essential skills include attention to detail when it comes to quality control and safety, and strong problem-solving. For more information on careers in food an beverage processing visit www.tasteyourfuture.ca
Views: 1617 tasteyourfuturejobs
Meet David - Senior Product Development Manager | Dimension Data
Meet the team behind Dimension Data's leading cloud services. David is the Senior Product Development Manager for Cloud and is focused on your organization becoming hands-free.
Views: 237 Dimension Data
Marketing Management in hindi or urdu product planning and development lecture 17
welcome to aasaanhaina.com. Dear viewers this site provide free education video.
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Design Thinking and Innovation At Apple
A Harvard business case: Winner of a 2013 ecch Case Award. It describes Apple's approach to innovation, management, and design thinking
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Product Development and Engineering
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