A Product Portfolio Investment Map is a snapshot of product portfolio investments that shows the relative emphasis on various classes of new product development projects. Typically, these investments are grouped together according to the amount of risk each project assumes.
The Product Radar Chart offers a way to evaluate and communicate the myriad factors that go into product and portfolio decisions by graphing the key dimensions of a product or concept and comparing them to alternatives.
Most businesses today are looking to take advantage of innovation to drive revenue growth, but they lack methods to fund the R&D expense necessary to support expansion. Use this handy visualization tool to fund innovation programs.
The best way to estimate the probability of success is a combination of internal factors and an understanding of the competitive structure of the market environment. Triangulation provides the most reliable guidance with the least effort.
In new product development, innovation may entail technical risk, market risk, risk relating to outside partners, or events far beyond your control. No new product development program can avoid risk. However, much more than business-as-usual can be done to anticipate and mitigate risks proactively.
The Lite Schedule Estimating Matrix is a tool that helps to estimate the amount of time a project will take in any given phase. It leverages past experience combined with the critical few, key drivers that impact a project’s schedule.
Have you ever wondered how to create a great product vision? Let’s show you. Start with some examples to get your reference frame properly set. Then look at some of the formats that might work best for you.
The fastest way to destroy an Agile implementation is to let functional silos get in the way. Unfortunately, it happens all the time. And it happens because many companies underestimate the organizational implications of a successful Agile implementation.