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Monthly Archives: May 2017

What Does Airline Capacity Have To Do With Lean?

Observation on Lack of Capacity A recent article in the Wall Street Journal (The Reason Southwest Stopped Overbooking), which contained excerpts from an interview with Southwest Airlines’ CEO Gary Kelly, brought out the need to address airline capacity issues on the ground and in the air. Responding to a question on the impact of lack […]

Is the Product Management Role Marginalized in Your Organization?

Even though product management is one of the most important positions within product development, it is often marginalized. The product management role is even more important in today’s turbulent environment. There are many types of change in the external environment that can impact product development by altering customer needs, introducing new technologies, and changing the […]

Does Your Product Development Process Make you Anxious?

Is your product development process keeping you up at night? Has it become heavy, taking too much time? Are you sacrificing speed and innovation because it is too hard to get through the process? Current Problem In today’s business world, we frequently see larger or established companies buying new or smaller companies (fast growing) in […]

Staking Out Valuable Positions

A crucial issue in strategy development is staking out a valuable place in customers’ minds. Perceptual mapping is useful for understanding customer perceptions.

A Non-Traditional Approach to Strategy Workshop – MIT Sloan Alumni Club of Chicago Event

Traditional strategy typically works well in stable markets, but not in moderately or highly dynamic environments. During this workshop, the presenters will provide a high-level overview of ExPD, and strategy frameworks for each of these three environments.

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