This infographic shares our research on how Top Performing companies achieve better NPDI performance than their competitors, excelling at revenue growth, margin expansion, and delivering innovative products. The infographic starts by providing a graphical view of the unfortunate truth about new product development, companies miss their quality, cost, requirements, regulatory compliance, project budget, and time
This eBook shares survey results analyzing companies’ ability to hit new product development (NPD) targets, then offers seven practical tips identified by the research as best practice processes, organization, and technology leveraged by the top performing product developers. The research provides recommendations to companies based on the approaches taken by the Top Performers, those that are able to outperform
Jim Brown will present findings from his recent study on New Product Development and Introduction (NPDI) to help companies learn from Top Performing product developers. The webcast will share the strategies, approaches, and enablers they use to drive high profits from their new product initiatives. Learn how the leaders will meet (or beat) their new
Jim Brown joins Carl Smith of IMAGINiT as they discuss how to improve collaboration, time-to-market, and efficiency using the cloud in Engineering. View the recorded webcast (free of charge, registration required).
Join Tech-Clarity’s Jim Brown and Dassault Systemes’ Raymond Wodar as they present on a CGT webcast, New Approaches to Improve Product Development. The presentation focuses on how to compete in today’s complex markets and ensure innovative products reach consumers quickly despite tight regulations, disperse supply chains, and severe cost pressure. Learn how Top Performing CPG companies are moving
Jim Brown of Tech-Clarity joined Carrie Nauyalis, NPD Solution Evangelist at Planview in this thirty minute webcast. The presentation shared how most companies lack consistency, transparency, and the right culture to successfully innovate and rapidly bring products to market. View a replay of the 30 minute Three Elements webcast presented by Planview (free, registration required)