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    Visions - October 2009
    Visions - October 2009

    Issue: Vol.33 No.3
    Year: 2009

    Visions, the flagship magazine of the Product Development & Management Association (PDMA), keeps PDMA members informed on news and trends in the new product development (NPD) world and the latest thinking of leaders in product development and innovation.

    Feature Articles:
    • U.S. Army Case History: Success of an “Agile” Approach in a Challenging Environment
    Portia Crowe and Robert Cloutier
    • COVER STORY Forget Joe Six Pack—Get Your Own “Persona”!
    Tim Grabacki
    • Six Catalysts Shaping the Future of Product Development
    Andy Hines, Josh Calder, and Don Abraham
    • In Tough Times, “Hyper-Creatives” Provide Inventive Advantage
    Jerry W. Thomas
    • Booz & Company “Innovation 1000” 2008
    Barry Jaruzelski and Kevin Dehoff
    • Do innovations really pay off? One way to find out is to measure “total returns on innovation”
    Ashish Sood and Gerard J. Tellis

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    Visions - July 2009
    Visions - July 2009

    Issue: Vol.33 No.2
    Year: 2009

    Visions, the flagship magazine of the Product Development & Management Association (PDMA), keeps PDMA members informed on news and trends in the new product development (NPD) world and the latest thinking of leaders in product development and innovation.

    Feature Articles:
    • A Toyota secret revealed: The Oobeya room
    Toshi Horikiri, Don Kieffer, Takashi Tanaka and Craig Flynn
    • Notes from the IAPD: Companies explore the innovation workforce of the future
    Beebe Nelson
    • An Innovation Center links Corporate America with the classroom
    Frederik Beuk
    • The Gate Debate:…Why a knowledge-based process may be better
    Dantar Oosterwal
    • Flexible product development for a turbulent world: Is “Agile” NPD the answer?
    Preston G. Smith and Katherine Radeka
    • Visualizing your process from the customer’s perspective
    Tricia Sutton

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    Visions - March 2009
    Visions - March 2009

    Issue: Vol.33 No.1
    Year: 2009

    Visions, the flagship magazine of the Product Development & Management Association (PDMA), keeps PDMA members informed on news and trends in the new product development (NPD) world and the latest thinking of leaders in product development and innovation.

    Feature Articles:
    • COVER STORY: The story of Clorox Green Works™—in designing a winning green product experience Clorox cracks the code
    Sumi N. Cate, David Pilosof, Richard Tait, and Robin Karol
    • Online Communities, Part II: Creating your own online community— how to avoid the pitfalls
    Claire-Juliette Beale
    • Are you setting prices blindfolded?
    Julie Meehan, Anupam Narula

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    Visions - September 2008
    Visions - September 2008

    Issue: Vol.32 No.3
    Year: 2008

    Visions, the flagship magazine of the Product Development & Management Association (PDMA), keeps PDMA members informed on news and trends in the new product development (NPD) world and the latest thinking of leaders in product development and innovation.

    Feature Articles:
    • COVER STORY: What leading companies are doing to reinvent their NPD processes Robert G. Cooper
    • Forging successful university-industry collaborations Beth Burnside and Lou Witkin
    • Observations on implementing an innovation system—Q&A with Michael Botos of Cardinal Health Mary Drotar
    • Interview with Geely Executive—What China-based Geely is doing in new product development to compete with global automakers Raja Irfan Sabir

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    Visions - June 2008
    Visions - June 2008

    Issue: Vol.32 No.2
    Year: 2008

    Visions, the flagship magazine of the Product Development & Management Association (PDMA), keeps PDMA members informed on news and trends in the new product development (NPD) world and the latest thinking of leaders in product development and innovation.

    Feature Articles:
    • The results unfold at General Mills: One food company’s foray into open innovation
    Peter Erickson
    • COVER STORY: Why Six Sigma experts are wrong about product development—Here’s the proof
    Katherine Radeka
    • Xerox Case Study: Using lean Six Sigma techniques to develop an environmentally friendly newsprint paper
    Maggie Ochs and Ed Crowley
    • Beyond “phase gate”—Why not use a “tailored” solution?
    Lee Schaeffer and Michael Zirkle

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    Visions - March 2008
    Visions - March 2008

    Issue: Vol.32 No.1
    Year: 2008

    Visions, the flagship magazine of the Product Development & Management Association (PDMA), keeps PDMA members informed on news and trends in the new product development (NPD) world and the latest thinking of leaders in product development and innovation.

    Feature Articles:
    • Can we just stop calling it “Lean” Product Development?
    Eugene Kania
    • COVER STORY: Ideation for product innovation: What are the best methods?
    Robert Cooper and Scott Edgett
    • Four approaches for tapping the “global brain”—Achieving success in network-centric innovation
    Satish Nambisan and Mohanbir Sawhney
    • How Philips is using the InnoHub in Singapore to generate breakthrough innovation
    Elke den Ouden, Darren Ee, and Nicky Goh
    • AFFILIATE SPOTLIGHT: Affiliate for German-speaking countries holds 3rd Innovation Management Conference
    Dr. Peter Harland and Stefan Kohn
    • Innovation goes Dutch
    Dr. Rob de Graaf

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    Visions - September 2007
    Visions - September 2007

    Issue: Vol.31 No.3
    Year: 2007

    Visions, the flagship magazine of the Product Development & Management Association (PDMA), keeps PDMA members informed on news and trends in the new product development (NPD) world and the latest thinking of leaders in product development and innovation.

    Feature Articles:
    • How NASA uses “Infusion Partnerships” Open Innovation helps NASA develop robotic technology
    Nona Minnifield Cheeks
    • Managing failed ideas—Could this have been the next iPod®?
    Mukund Karanjikar
    • Web-based “Open Networks” may help your company find the right innovation partners

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    Visions - June 2007
    Visions - June 2007

    Issue: Vol.31 No.2
    Year: 2007

    Visions, the flagship magazine of the Product Development & Management Association (PDMA), keeps PDMA members informed on news and trends in the new product development (NPD) world and the latest thinking of leaders in product development and innovation.

    Feature Articles:
    • What is “lean” about product development?
    Katherine Radeka and Tricia Sutton
    • COVER STORY: Hyundai uses “Touch the Market” to create clarity in product concepts
    Heather Kluter and Doug Mottram
    • From Open Innovation to Open Business Models: An interview with Chesbrough
    Henry Chesbrough interviewed by Michael Docherty
    • Arizona Chapter conference focuses on sustainability
    Don Hardenbrook

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    Visions - March 2007
    Visions - March 2007

    Issue: Vol.31 No.1
    Year: 2007

    Visions, the flagship magazine of the Product Development & Management Association (PDMA), keeps PDMA members informed on news and trends in the new product development (NPD) world and the latest thinking of leaders in product development and innovation.

    Feature Articles:
    • What makes 2 Percenters so valuable
    K.T. Conner
    • The story of one 2 Percenter: A Sad Tale
    George Castellion
    • COVER STORY: Innovation at Xerox
    Stephen P. Hoover
    • EXCLUSIVE: What the Booz Allen Hamilton Global Innovation 1000 report means to New Product Development
    Professionals
    • Booz Allen Hamilton report highlights
    Kevin Dehoff and Barry Jaruzelski
    • Interview with Kevin Dehoff of Booz Allen Hamilton on outsourcing in high-tech
    Ed Crowley
    • Product obsolescence: Removing parasites from the portfolio
    Leland Shaffer, Rafael Lopes, and Eric Rose
    • Innovating beyond TRIZ: Weeding out the pipeline
    Mikhail Verbitsky and Pat Casey

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    Visions - September 2006
    Visions - September 2006

    Issue: Vol.30 No.4
    Year: 2006

    Visions, the flagship magazine of the Product Development & Management Association (PDMA), keeps PDMA members informed on news and trends in the new product development (NPD) world and the latest thinking of leaders in product development and innovation.

    Feature Articles:

    • COVER STORY—How Kimberly-Clark Corp. uses Open Innovation to enhance NPD success: Interview with Cheryl Perkins
    Patrick Clusman and Amy Achter
    • Intellectual Property—Part II: Strategies for integrating a strong Intellectual Property (IP) review into New Product Development (NPD) processes
    Joshua L. Cohen
    • How the right user interface can enhance success in the development of electronic devices
    Matt Barthelemy
    • The “trend” before the storm: How to use trend analysis and foresight to improve New Product Development success rates
    Don Abraham and Andy Hines

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    Visions - January 2006
    Visions - January 2006

    Issue: Vol.30 No.1
    Year: 2006

    Visions, the flagship magazine of the Product Development & Management Association (PDMA), keeps PDMA members informed on news and trends in the new product development (NPD) world and the latest thinking of leaders in product development and innovation.

    Feature Articles:
    • How to make “open innovation” work in your company—Renewed interest in this concept
    Skip Davis
    • High Tech Corner: How Konica Minolta innovates in a highly dispersed and complex environment
    Ed Crowley
    • Scenario boards can be used to improve validation of early product and service concepts
    Matthew Jordan and Ed Geiselhart
    • Financial Services: How Mellon Financial Services created an online liquidity management service
    Sharon Ghiloni
    • PDMA 2005 International Conference attracts its largest audience ever to focus on innovation in global Product Development
    Phillip Clark
    • COVER STORY Innovation at Nextel: Addressing unmet customer needs
    Greg Santoro and Ram Nair

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