BlogsTag: Business Process
The Principles of Lean Innovation
Blog: PDMA Blog | Posted By: Geovanny Romero | Released: February 27, 2012, 1:00 pm
James P. Womack, co-author of Lean Thinking defines Lean as “Creating ever more value for customers with ever fewer resources”.
In this way, the professionals already have the “lean tools” as available resources, and now they can to apply in the process of Innovation.
Nowadays this practice is very
Kobayashi Maru Thinking: Closing an Innovation Gap
Blog: PDMA Blog | Posted By: Mark A Hart, NPDP | Released: August 7, 2011, 2:00 pm
Perhaps you have heard the following riddle. If it takes one woman nine months to produce a baby, can nine women produce a baby in one month? Many people come to the conclusion that there is not a clever answer to this riddle. In addition, they find a bit of humor in the way the riddle is...
Your Company’s REAL Social Software
Blog: PDMA Blog | Posted By: Larry Marturano | Released: June 28, 2011, 11:00 am
Browsing the programs at Enterprise 2.0 and the PDMA’s own Conference on Social Product Development and Co-Creation, it’s obvious that the collective opinion on enterprise social media is pretty bullish. A cottage industry has emerged selling the benefits of collaboration among your employees...
How Will You Create a Social Innovation Culture?
Blog: PDMA Blog | Posted By: Amy Kenly | Released: June 27, 2011, 9:05 am
Like any new business initiative, incorporating social product innovation strategy and technology into existing innovation and product development processes is likely to encounter resistance and lack of support. At the PDMA Conference on Social Product Development and Co-Creation, I‘m looking...
The Brave New World of Open Innovation
Blog: PDMA Blog | Posted By: Paul Sloane | Released: May 24, 2011, 11:50 am
Many leading companies are now adopting open innovation (OI) as a way to drive their new product development. Companies such as Proctor and Gamble, IBM, LG Electronics, Kraft Foods, Reckitt Benckiser, Unilever and Kimberly-Clark are all enthusiastic advocates of this approach.