The strategic bucket approach to product development portfolio selection relies on starting with a clear strategy and then choosing projects that fit into that strategy.
Concept screening evaluates potential new product concepts during the discovery phase of a product development project.
The bottom-up approach to portfolio selection starts with a list of individual projects and narrows it down through a process of evaluation and screening.
Discover how to use Edward de Bono's Six Hats Method to solve problems faster and more effectively. This problem-solving technique can help your team focus on solutions.
In this exclusive series of blog posts, titled The Twelve Hats Of An Innovation Manager, we examine the twelve diverse functions that an innovation manager performs.
To start off our series of The Twelve Hats Of An Innovation Manager, we want to show you how an innovation manager is an idea finder.
The business world is scattered with countless stories of groundbreaking ideas that were once thought to be futile or meaningless.
Are you good at solving problems? Is there a possibility for the execution of ideas? What is your creative inspiration that attracts customers? How?
If you're like most entrepreneurs, you have a million ideas for new products. Here's a quick checklist to make sure they are not a flop!