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How to Incorporate Client Feedback into Your Product Roadmap and Plan for Iteration


Regardless of the project’s scope or your company’s size, product development requires client feedback. Without involving these stakeholders in the project, the design and development teams will inevitably double their workload when the prototypes — or worst-case, the finished products — are returned for adjustments. By developing a product correctly the first time, your teams won’t have to extend timelines to backtrack changes. This prevents changes from getting out of hand.

Scope Creep Fail Safes: Using PPM to Keep Your Projects On Time


Together, these minor changes can add up to a more stressful project and a weaker product. As projects become increasingly connected within companies and vendors, there are more opportunities for scope creep. Here’s how you can prevent this phenomenon and guard your projects against it. Even if you’re only adding a few hours or days to a project, that’s time that you could be spending making money on additional projects.

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Al-Hasan Al-Shaibani

Innovation 360 Group

Proficient in business and IT consulting service lines like Quality Assurance, Project Management & Supervision, Diagnostic Review & Opportunity Assessment, Software Selection & Implementation, Business Process Reengineering & Development of Human Resources, Supporting Functions, Policies & Procedures, Business Development & Sales Action Plans and Strategy Roadmaps. Project & portfolio Management. Change Management / Cultural Transformation.

Digital Transformation: The Why, What & How For Transformational Leaders…

The Future Shapers

As the 4iR digital revolution increasingly fuses the virtual world with the real world, businesses are changing right before our very eyes. The execution of a successful digital agenda starts with a mind-set shift that places a heightened emphasis on people a nd social systems to effect positive and sustainable change. However, they should remember one thing: if they make every other change but employees are not empowered, the digital transformation will not be successful.

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Managing Energy Transition through Innovation

Paul Hobcraft

After the famous and groundbreaking 2015 Paris Agreement, where we witnessed for the first time, all nations agreeing to a common cause, one to undertake ambitious efforts to combat climate change and adapt to its effects. This massive shift from our present reliance on fossil fuels projects to renewables (regarded as clean energy) can account for two-thirds of our primary energy supply by this 2050 mark. Articulating the real need for energy (consumption) change is critical.

From MW to GW’s of Renewable Hydrogen using Electrolyzers

Paul Hobcraft

In the past two weeks, the Germany Government announced its new Hydrogen Policy, quickly followed by the European Unions Strategic Road Map for Hydrogen. The roadmap for Hydrogen announced by the European Union is looking to install at least 6GW of renewable hydrogen electrolyzers in the EU by 2024 and have in place 40GW of renewable hydrogen electrolyzers by 2030.

Corporate Vision: How To Translate Strategy Into Meaningful Execution

The Future Shapers

As soon as I answered the phone, Jon launched into a massive change of plan…. “Hi Similar to a ‘ north star’ the vision must provide clear direction to help people and teams successfully navigate change even in the most complex and challenging environments, keeping them on track at all times. A carefully constructed vision with the right characteristics (vision architecture) can also be a very flexible mechanism for change. Business Model Leading Change Strategic Thinking

How companies are innovating in the energy sector

Hacker Earth Developers Blog

Unbelievable population growth, increasing urbanization and demands for power, water, and space, food insecurity, and anthropogenic climate change are majorly impeding the implementation of SDGs. According to the comprehensive report, these are the key findings: The world’s primary energy demand growth will slow, and per capita energy demand will peak before 2030 due to unprecedented efficiencies created by new technologies and more stringent energy policies.

Getting Started with Innovation Management


Practices such as project management and total quality were introduced decades ago and have matured over time. Innovation is associated with creativity, fun, change and excitement and many people speak of the need for an “Innovation Culture”. There are good examples of organisations who approach innovation strategically and systemically such as Shell and DSM but many more still view innovation as a project and as a result, it falls in the nice to have category.

Retail innovation: Trends, challenges and opportunities


We don’t even have to go back decades to see how retailing has changed, and how much the buyer is deciding the goal of the retailer’s innovation strategy. In his 2015 report, Leading Trends in Retail Innovation: Insights from Some of the Most Progressive Retailers Changing The Game , Brian Solis Principal Analyst, Altimeter, tells us what is common to winning retail companies: Constantly map the customer journey. Challenge their own conventions to see how the customer is changing.