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    A Tale of Two Metric Implementations: Challenges and Successes
    A Tale of Two Metric Implementations: Challenges and Successes

    Presenters: Terry Vance, Jeff Dupuie
    Companies: Kalypso LLC, ADC
    Year: 2006

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    Achieving Business Results through Program Management
    Achieving Business Results through Program Management

    Presenters: Russ Martinelli, Jim Waddell
    Company: Program Management Academy
    Year: 2006

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    Architectures for Innovation: The End of Products
    Architectures for Innovation: The End of Products

    Presenter: Dr. Andrew Lippman
    Company: MIT
    Year: 2008

    Today the disruptive element in industry is speed. We can anticipate many technologies but the stability we assume in planning is now lost. One reason for this is the raw technical empowerment that we have diffused through society; the other is that generations are changing more quickly than ever, bringing to maturity a new audience with new expectations every three years. The “horizontalization” of business is characterized by grassroots, viral technologies that sweep through the world like hurricanes, by mashup rather than well-packaged products, and by social interactions that explore data and distribute it among friends. This video presentation from the 2008 PDMA Annual Conferencewill show some places to look for technological change – from opportunistic communications that use social networks and context to navigate our world, and to the next generation of teleportation and telepathy.

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    Breaking Past Commoditization
    Breaking Past Commoditization

    Presenter: Adrian Mikolajczak
    Company: Tyco Electronics
    Year: 2006

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    Corporate Entrepreneurship...Turning novel concepts into operating businesses
    Corporate Entrepreneurship...Turning novel concepts into operating businesses

    Presenters: Robert C. Wolcott, Michael J. Lippitz
    Company: Kellogg School of Management
    Year: 2006

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    Creating Growth Platforms - The Work of Leadership
    Creating Growth Platforms - The Work of Leadership

    Presenter: Donald Laurie
    Company: Oyster International LLC
    Year: 2006

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    Creating Seamless Experiences
    Creating Seamless Experiences

    Presenter: Tom MacTavish
    Company: Motorola Labs
    Year: 2006

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    Dan Pink Keynote Presentation - Managing Resources for Success
    Dan Pink Keynote Presentation - Managing Resources for Success

    Presenter: Dan Pink
    Year: 2010

    Gain access to the 2010 PDMA Annual Global conference on Product Innovation Management presentation by Keynote speaker Dan Pink, NY Times bestselling author, of Drive and A Whole New Mind. In this keynote speech, Dan Pink, shares the implications of globalization, abundance and automation and, the innate human desire to learn, create, and better the world. The significance of the transformation of work from linear and routine into conceptual tasks such as the development of new processes, products, and markets cannot be overstated. Companies large and small are engaged in global competition for talent which can deliver commercial success in these times of new economic realities. He proposes that commercial success will only be found on the road of high concept/high touch minds motivated by autonomy, mastery and purpose.

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    Designing for Experiences
    Designing for Experiences

    Presenter: Ross Teague
    Company: Insight Product Development
    Year: 2006

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    Do Requirements Kill Innovation?
    Do Requirements Kill Innovation?

    Presenter: Jim Weaver
    Company: X-Rite Inc.
    Year: 2006

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    Experience Design Visualization
    Experience Design Visualization

    Presenters: Mike Wittenstein, Mark McJunkin
    Companies: Storyminers, Product
    Year: 2006

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    Focusing the Fuzzy Front End of Innovation
    Focusing the Fuzzy Front End of Innovation

    Presenters: Michael Clem, Ruben Gavieres
    Companies: Johnson & Johnson, Deloitte
    Year: 2006

    Slides from Focusing the Fuzzy Front End of Innovation - Disruptive Innovation Tools to Predict and Drive Growth Presentation

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    Future of R&D in a Global Economy
    Future of R&D in a Global Economy

    Presenter: Steve Hirshfield
    Company: Managing Uncertainty
    Year: 2006

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    Got Metrics? So What.
    Got Metrics? So What.

    Presenter: L. Michelle Jones
    Company: Stage-Gate
    Year: 2006

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    Improving Product Development with Intellectual Property Competitive Intelligence
    Improving Product Development with Intellectual Property Competitive Intelligence

    Presenter: Barry Brager
    Company: Perception Partners
    Year: 2006

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    Innovation: As Easy as Screwing in a Light Bulb?
    Innovation: As Easy as Screwing in a Light Bulb?

    Presenters: Makarand Chipalkatti, Hitendra Patel
    Companies: Osram Sylvania, The Monitor Group
    Year: 2006

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    Lean NPD: The Fastest Way to Cut Your Development Time in Half
    Lean NPD: The Fastest Way to Cut Your Development Time in Half

    Presenter: David W. Paulson
    Company: Product Innovation Management Conference Presentation
    Year: 2009

    If someone told you that you could cut your development time in half, double the number of new products you make each year, and do so with smaller budgets, no additional resources, and increase quality at the same time, would you believe them? I'd guess not. But this is really happening. And these companies are enjoying simultaneous and significant increases in market share, revenues, margins and profits. How? With Lean New Product Development. Access the transcript and Audio files from the 2009 PDMA Global Conference Guru Roundtable Discussion to start your Lean New Product Development path today.

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    Make More and Better Product Decisions for Greater Impact
    Make More and Better Product Decisions for Greater Impact

    Presenter: Sean Osborne
    Company: Cooper Standard Automotive
    Year: 2006

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    Making Innovation Repeatable in Large Organizations
    Making Innovation Repeatable in Large Organizations

    Presenter: Yoon Lee
    Company: Samsung Electrics
    Year: 2006

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    Making Meaning - The Heart and Soul of Innovation
    Making Meaning - The Heart and Soul of Innovation

    Presenter: Darrel Rhea
    Company: Cheskin
    Year: 2006

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    Mohanbir Sawhney Keynote Presentation - Value Proposition Excellence
    Mohanbir Sawhney Keynote Presentation - Value Proposition Excellence

    Presenter: Mohanbir Sawhney
    Year: 2010

    Gain access to insights from Mohanbir Sawhney - McCormick Tribune Professor of Technology and Director, Center for Research in Technology and Innovation – Kellogg School of Management and Author, “Collaborating with Customers to Create” “The Global Brain” and 2010 PDMA Annual Global Conference on Product Innovation Keynote Presenter. Download includes a 60 minute recording from his presentation at the Annual PDMA Conference and a PDF of his content slides. This presentation explores an end-to-end framework for the conception, refinement, development and communication of the value proposition in the product lifecycle, and the importance of crafting a value proposition vision at the very outset of product development and the power of the value proposition as an alignment engine between engineering, product management and product marketing is demonstrated.

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    Product Interfaces and Design Innovation
    Product Interfaces and Design Innovation

    Presenter: Matt Barthelemy
    Company: Method
    Year: 2006

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    Scott Roadmaps: Rich Timelines for Future Product Ideation and Development
    Scott Roadmaps: Rich Timelines for Future Product Ideation and Development

    Presenter: Scott Smith
    Company: Social Technologies
    Year: 2006

    Slides from Roadmaps: Rich Timelines for Future Product Ideation and Development - Nokia as a Case Study Presentation

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    Ten Steps to Becoming Innovative in Product Management
    Ten Steps to Becoming Innovative in Product Management

    Presenters: Leland D. Shaeffer, James S. Twerdahl
    Years: 2006

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    The Evolution of Design Research: Where Experience Matters Most
    The Evolution of Design Research: Where Experience Matters Most

    Presenter: Darrel Rhea
    Company: Cheskin
    Year: 2006

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    The Next Generation of "Fast:" Visual Problem-Solving and Decision-Making Using Obeya...
    The Next Generation of "Fast:" Visual Problem-Solving and Decision-Making Using Obeya...

    Presenters: Don Kieffer, Takashi Tanaka
    Companies: Harley Davidson Motor Company, Inc; QV System

    Video Presentation from the 2008 PDMA Global Conference Employing visual methods to create spontaneous and active project management has dramatic impact on new product development. Far more than displays of “dashboards” or passive controls like Gantt charts, using “Obeya” combines visibility of the work and structured human interaction and allows faster discovery, problem resolution, and decision-making.

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    The Way You Make Me Feel - Quantifying Emotional Experience
    The Way You Make Me Feel - Quantifying Emotional Experience

    Presenter: Dan Hill
    Company: Sensory Logic, Inc.
    Year: 2006

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    Top 20 Trends
    Top 20 Trends

    Presenters: Don Abraham, Chris Carbone
    Company: Social Technologies
    Year: 2006

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    Win or Lose...The Customer Experience Game
    Win or Lose...The Customer Experience Game

    Presenter: Perry Kaye
    Company: Think Solve Do
    Year: 2006

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    2012 OCI Winner: Clorox
    2012 OCI Winner: Clorox

    Company: Clorox
    Year: 2012

    For over twenty years, The Outstanding Corporate Innovator (OCI) Award selection process has provided an excellent mechanism for identifying companies which create and capture value through Product and Service Innovation in New Product Development. Past OCI Award winners have proven themselves exceptionally capable of integrating strategy, people, process, and technology to consistently transfer their creative ideas into successful new products. 

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    2012 OCI Winner: Faurecia
    2012 OCI Winner: Faurecia

    Company: Faurecia
    Year: 2012

    For over twenty years, The Outstanding Corporate Innovator (OCI) Award selection process has provided an excellent mechanism for identifying companies which create and capture value through Product and Service Innovation in New Product Development. Past OCI Award winners have proven themselves exceptionally capable of integrating strategy, people, process, and technology to consistently transfer their creative ideas into successful new products. 

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    2012 OCI Winner: Skyline
     2012 OCI Winner: Skyline

    Company: Skyline
    Year: 2012

    For over twenty years, The Outstanding Corporate Innovator (OCI) Award selection process has provided an excellent mechanism for identifying companies which create and capture value through Product and Service Innovation in New Product Development. Past OCI Award winners have proven themselves exceptionally capable of integrating strategy, people, process, and technology to consistently transfer their creative ideas into successful new products. 

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    2011 OCI Winner: Illumina
    2011 OCI Winner: Illumina

    Company: Illumina
    Year: 2011

    For over twenty years, The Outstanding Corporate Innovator (OCI) Award selection process has provided an excellent mechanism for identifying companies which create and capture value through Product and Service Innovation in New Product Development. Past OCI Award winners have proven themselves exceptionally capable of integrating strategy, people, process, and technology to consistently transfer their creative ideas into successful new products. 

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    2011 OCI Winner: UnitedHealth Group
    2011 OCI Winner: UnitedHealth Group

    Company: UnitedHealth Group
    Year: 2011

    For over twenty years, The Outstanding Corporate Innovator (OCI) Award selection process has provided an excellent mechanism for identifying companies which create and capture value through Product and Service Innovation in New Product Development. Past OCI Award winners have proven themselves exceptionally capable of integrating strategy, people, process, and technology to consistently transfer their creative ideas into successful new products. 

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    2010 OCI Winner: Kennametal
    2010 OCI Winner: Kennametal

    Company: Kennametal
    Year: 2010

    For over twenty years, The Outstanding Corporate Innovator (OCI) Award selection process has provided an excellent mechanism for identifying companies which create and capture value through Product and Service Innovation in New Product Development. Past OCI Award winners have proven themselves exceptionally capable of integrating strategy, people, process, and technology to consistently transfer their creative ideas into successful new products.

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    2009 OCI Winner: PGI
    2009 OCI Winner: PGI

    Company: PGI
    Year: 2009

    For over twenty years, The Outstanding Corporate Innovator (OCI) Award selection process has provided an excellent mechanism for identifying companies which create and capture value through Product and Service Innovation in New Product Development. Past OCI Award winners have proven themselves exceptionally capable of integrating strategy, people, process, and technology to consistently transfer their creative ideas into successful new products.

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    2009 OCI Winner: DSM
    2009 OCI Winner: DSM

    Company: DSM
    Year: 2009

    For over twenty years, The Outstanding Corporate Innovator (OCI) Award selection process has provided an excellent mechanism for identifying companies which create and capture value through Product and Service Innovation in New Product Development. Past OCI Award winners have proven themselves exceptionally capable of integrating strategy, people, process, and technology to consistently transfer their creative ideas into successful new products.

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    2008 OCI Winner: Dupont
    2008 OCI Winner: Dupont

    Company: Dupont
    Year: 2008

    For over twenty years, The Outstanding Corporate Innovator (OCI) Award selection process has provided an excellent mechanism for identifying companies which create and capture value through Product and Service Innovation in New Product Development. Past OCI Award winners have proven themselves exceptionally capable of integrating strategy, people, process, and technology to consistently transfer their creative ideas into successful new products.

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    2008 OCI Winner: Corning
    2008 OCI Winner: Corning

    Company: Corning
    Year: 2008

    For over twenty years, The Outstanding Corporate Innovator (OCI) Award selection process has provided an excellent mechanism for identifying companies which create and capture value through Product and Service Innovation in New Product Development. Past OCI Award winners have proven themselves exceptionally capable of integrating strategy, people, process, and technology to consistently transfer their creative ideas into successful new products.

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    2006 OCI Winner: Bank of America
    2006 OCI Winner: Bank of America

    Company: Bank of America
    Year: 2006

    For over twenty years, The Outstanding Corporate Innovator (OCI) Award selection process has provided an excellent mechanism for identifying companies which create and capture value through Product and Service Innovation in New Product Development. Past OCI Award winners have proven themselves exceptionally capable of integrating strategy, people, process, and technology to consistently transfer their creative ideas into successful new products.

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    2006 OCI Presentation: Xerox
    2006 OCI Presentation: Xerox

    Company: Xerox
    Year: 2006

    For over twenty years, The Outstanding Corporate Innovator (OCI) Award selection process has provided an excellent mechanism for identifying companies which create and capture value through Product and Service Innovation in New Product Development. Past OCI Award winners have proven themselves exceptionally capable of integrating strategy, people, process, and technology to consistently transfer their creative ideas into successful new products.

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    2005 OCI Winner: Sprint Nextel
    2005 OCI Winner: Sprint Nextel

    Company: Sprint Nextel
    Year: 2005

    For over twenty years, The Outstanding Corporate Innovator (OCI) Award selection process has provided an excellent mechanism for identifying companies which create and capture value through Product and Service Innovation in New Product Development. Past OCI Award winners have proven themselves exceptionally capable of integrating strategy, people, process, and technology to consistently transfer their creative ideas into successful new products. 

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    2005 OCI Winner: DJ Orthopedics
    2005 OCI Winner: DJ Orthopedics

    Company: DJ Orthopedics
    Year: 2005

    For over twenty years, The Outstanding Corporate Innovator (OCI) Award selection process has provided an excellent mechanism for identifying companies which create and capture value through Product and Service Innovation in New Product Development. Past OCI Award winners have proven themselves exceptionally capable of integrating strategy, people, process, and technology to consistently transfer their creative ideas into successful new products.

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    2004 OCI Winner: Air Force Research Lab
    2004 OCI Winner: Air Force Research Lab

    Company: Air Force Research Lab
    Year: 2004

    For over twenty years, The Outstanding Corporate Innovator (OCI) Award selection process has provided an excellent mechanism for identifying companies which create and capture value through Product and Service Innovation in New Product Development. Past OCI Award winners have proven themselves exceptionally capable of integrating strategy, people, process, and technology to consistently transfer their creative ideas into successful new products.

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    2004 OCI Winner: Affymetrix Part 2
    2004 OCI Winner: Affymetrix Part 2

    Company: Affymetrix Part 2
    Year: 2004

    For over twenty years, The Outstanding Corporate Innovator (OCI) Award selection process has provided an excellent mechanism for identifying companies which create and capture value through Product and Service Innovation in New Product Development. Past OCI Award winners have proven themselves exceptionally capable of integrating strategy, people, process, and technology to consistently transfer their creative ideas into successful new products.

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    2004 OCI Winner: Affymetrix Part 1
    2004 OCI Winner: Affymetrix Part 1

    Company: Affymetrix Part 1
    Year: 2004

    For over twenty years, The Outstanding Corporate Innovator (OCI) Award selection process has provided an excellent mechanism for identifying companies which create and capture value through Product and Service Innovation in New Product Development. Past OCI Award winners have proven themselves exceptionally capable of integrating strategy, people, process, and technology to consistently transfer their creative ideas into successful new products. 

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    2003 OCI Winner: Harley-Davidson
    2003 OCI Winner: Harley-Davidson

    Company: Harley-Davidson
    Year: 2003

    For over twenty years, The Outstanding Corporate Innovator (OCI) Award selection process has provided an excellent mechanism for identifying companies which create and capture value through Product and Service Innovation in New Product Development. Past OCI Award winners have proven themselves exceptionally capable of integrating strategy, people, process, and technology to consistently transfer their creative ideas into successful new products.

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    2003 OCI Winner: Dow Chemical Company
    2003 OCI Winner: Dow Chemical Company

    Company: Dow Chemical Company
    Year: 2003

    For over twenty years, The Outstanding Corporate Innovator (OCI) Award selection process has provided an excellent mechanism for identifying companies which create and capture value through Product and Service Innovation in New Product Development. Past OCI Award winners have proven themselves exceptionally capable of integrating strategy, people, process, and technology to consistently transfer their creative ideas into successful new products.

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    2002 OCI Winner: Teknion
    2002 OCI Winner: Teknion

    Company: Teknion
    Year: 2002

    For over twenty years, The Outstanding Corporate Innovator (OCI) Award selection process has provided an excellent mechanism for identifying companies which create and capture value through Product and Service Innovation in New Product Development. Past OCI Award winners have proven themselves exceptionally capable of integrating strategy, people, process, and technology to consistently transfer their creative ideas into successful new products.

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    2002 OCI Winner: BMW Group
    2002 OCI Winner: BMW Group

    Company: BMW Group
    Year: 2002

    For over twenty years, The Outstanding Corporate Innovator (OCI) Award selection process has provided an excellent mechanism for identifying companies which create and capture value through Product and Service Innovation in New Product Development. Past OCI Award winners have proven themselves exceptionally capable of integrating strategy, people, process, and technology to consistently transfer their creative ideas into successful new products.

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