Why Less is More: Product Strategy

Innovation Excellence

Innovation Product Innovation Strategy Competitive Advantage Competitive Strategy differentiation Marketing Strategy michael graber product strategy Southern Growth StudioAnxiety floods the boardroom, the conference rooms, every decision. Costs are rising.

Strategies for Avoiding Distraction and Increasing Your Productivity

Rmukesh Gupta

Here are the strategies that I intend to use to stay away from distractions as and when I need: . I used the following strategies to move from small fractions of distraction free timing to increasingly large segment of time by doing the following: No Notifications : As the first step, I removed every single notifications on my Mac and phone. Leadership Personal Growth Distractions productivity Strategies

Design Thinking: the Road Towards Innovation

InnovationManagement

Design thinking is methodology that combines creativity and logic to improve operations, products, and decision-making. Its iterative cycle identifies a need or opportunity and ultimately improves profitability by adding to your knowledge, and boosting productivity.

You need a why and a how, not a what, for innovation

RTI Innovation Advisors

It can be a new product, a new process, a new way of working or thinking. But what many companies really need is not a "what" - things, products, services are easy to create. By why I mean a good strategy that defines where they want to compete, what they hope to win.

Understanding Users at Scale with Product Analytics

Speaker: Sandhya Hegde, Director of Product, Amplitude

A deep understanding of how users interact with your product is critical for PMs at every stage of their product's lifecycle. Present and drive product strategy based on evidence.

The FDA’s Digital Health Innovation Action Plan and Cybersecurity for Digital Healthcare

InnovationManagement

This is part of the reason for the FDA’s Digital Health Innovation Action Plan (DHIAP), which is meant to speed up the evaluation process for digital health technologies and allow the FDA to better focus on high-risk products. StrategiesThe number one issue for aging consumers is the lack of privacy related to sensitive medical information and other data that wearables like Fitbits and heart monitors bring without proper oversight.

What Hidden Segments Exist In Your Market?

Strategyn

To understand why customers have different unmet needs, you must understand why people buy products and services in the first place: they do it to get help with a job-to-be-done. A low-end disruptive strategy in the former case would fail, as no segment of the market is overserved.

Innovation in the Automotive Industry

Yet2

By having an accurate picture of the state of innovation, these companies can better assess and incorporate new technologies into the long-term business and product strategy. The automotive industry is undergoing massive technological and social change.

11 Fun Strategic Planning Ideas to Stop Strategy Snoozefests!

BrainZooming

That happens when strategic planning becomes too complex, gets detached from real business issues, or the whole process focuses on trying to complete cumbersome strategy templates. Mike Brown Founder of The Brainzooming Group, and an expert on strategy, creativity, and innovation.

A 5-Level Collaboration Strategy Approach

BrainZooming

We’ve written about the importance of signaling collaboration strategy preferences when you and team members are working remotely. A 5-Level Collaboration Strategy Approach. This collaboration strategy idea is still in the Brainzooming R&D lab.

10 Steps from idea generation to implementation

Wazoku

Every successfully implemented idea/product is a result of a long and painstakingly supervised innovation process. The real test is when the product is launched but this preliminary research gives a hint.

Abruptly Halting the Cluster F%@k of Business Meetings

BrainZooming

The thing is, there’s a different way to structure business meetings to help a group come together and collaborate in an innovative, productive way. In short they need strategic thinkers who can develop strategy and turn it into results.

The Innovation Generation Has Arrived

Legacy Innovation Group

They got to be a part of the steady execution of the company's slowly evolving product line, happy to help develop and launch the next version of the company's stayed and true products. The Innovation Generation Has Arrived. Oct 04, 2014 | Anthony Mills.

7 Organizational Harmony Principles from Dayton Moore

BrainZooming

Increase focus for your team with productive strategy questions everyone can use. Actively engage stakeholders in strategy AND implementation success.

Strategic Thinking Exercise – A SWOT Analysis to Push Thinking

BrainZooming

Yesterday’s post on using a new type of SWOT analysis to stimulate bolder strategic conversations in strategy meetings garnered quite a bit of attention. This helps a group inside of a strategy meeting work harder and more effectively to generate ideas.

Strategic Thinking Exercise – Use a New SWOT Nobody Expects

BrainZooming

Going into a strategy meeting today that is sure to be a snoozer ? Here is a way you can turn a typical strategic thinking exercise into something new and fun that both adds variety to your strategy meeting AND could trigger some new ideas to get our strategy out of a rut!

113 Ideas for Strategic Planning Process Improvement

BrainZooming

To make it a little easier to track down ideas for how you can approach developing strategy this year, here are nineteen Brainzooming articles filled with 113 techniques and ideas for improving your organization’s strategic planning process. 10 Keys to Developing Collaborative Strategy.

Who Should Facilitate Strategic Planning? 10 Vital Characteristics

BrainZooming

10 Keys to Involving Employees In Your Strategy. Creating Strategic Impact” Leaders need high-impact ways to develop employees that can provide input into strategy that turns into results. Increase focus for your team with productive strategy questions everyone can use.

Branding Strategy – The Best Brand Promise EVER

BrainZooming

Great branding strategy examples abound. If your organization specializes in one particular area, your branding strategy discussions should include the question: “If our customers can think it, can we make it?”

The Transformation of IP Technology

Anaqua

All companies, high-tech or not, need to constantly innovate and push themselves in order to maintain a competitive advantage in an age where product features and capabilities are no longer enough to differentiate a company and create lasting value. By Erik Reeves, CTO of Anaqua.

Leadership Skills – 8 Ways to Fake It Until You Make It

BrainZooming

They need strategic thinkers who can develop strategy and turn it into results. Increase focus for your team with productive strategy questions everyone can use. Actively engage stakeholders in strategy AND implementation success.

9 Strategic Thinking Questions – Helping Teams Execute Strategy

BrainZooming

Many organizations are in the early stages of executing new strategies for this year. That is when you discover whether you have a solid, implementable plan or something that (maybe) looks good on paper, but doesn’t work well when you try to execute the strategy.

7 Strategic Thinking Questions When Things Aren’t Working

BrainZooming

They need strategic thinkers who can develop strategy and turn it into results. Increase focus for your team with productive strategy questions everyone can use. Actively engage stakeholders in strategy AND implementation success.

Community Collaboration Workshops Come in All Sizes

BrainZooming

On Wednesday, I delivered the closing keynote at the Real Time Marketing Lab with a mini-workshop on using strategic thinking super models to help C-suite executives understand social networking and content marketing strategy.

Strategic Planning Exercises – 6 Ways to Organize Lists of Ideas

BrainZooming

They need strategic thinkers who can develop strategy and turn it into results. Increase focus for your team with productive strategy questions everyone can use. Actively engage stakeholders in strategy AND implementation success.

Employee Engagement Strategies – Pigs, Chickens, and What Great Leaders Do

BrainZooming

The thing is, unsuccessful employee engagement strategies are not an employee problem. It is a LEADERSHIP problem when purported employee engagement strategies are not working. If you want to go deeper on a viable strategy to improve employee engagement, download our Results eBook.

Branding Strategy – 3 Product Branding Ideas to Beg, Borrow, and Steal

BrainZooming

I snapped this picture at Target the other evening because of the intriguing product branding ideas it suggests. 3 Product Branding Ideas to Beg, Borrow, and Steal. Suppose you are in a similar product branding situation. Diet Coke Strategy: Translating small to sip-sized.

The Best Time to Engage Your Audience in Collaborative Strategic Planning

BrainZooming

Talking with one city’s representatives about strategies to sell-in a broadband recommendation with voters, they asked whether it is okay to engage its citizens after city leadership develops a recommendation.

Strategic Objectives – 3 Questions to Decide What’s Strategic

BrainZooming

We are working with a client to develop a content marketing strategy for multiple business units in the organization. With that information, we will be in a strong position to identify a content marketing strategy specific to each business unit’s needs.

Creative Thinking Skills – Protecting Yourself from Creative Thinking Challenges

BrainZooming

In short they need strategic thinkers who can develop strategy and turn it into results. Increase focus for your team with productive strategy questions everyone can use. Actively engage more employees in strategy AND implementation success.

15 Things to Look for in a Business Collaboration

BrainZooming

There is a mutual contribution from both parties toward the strategy and ideas. Increase focus for your team with productive strategy questions everyone can use. Actively engage stakeholders in strategy AND implementation success.

Trend Timing - The Innovator's Secret Weapon

Legacy Innovation Group

Such events can include the introduction of an innovative new product or service that preempts public knowledge of the need – cases in point are iTunes and the Nest Learning Thermostat. This brings us to the subject of trend timing and innovation strategy.

Branding Strategy – 3 Keys to Engaging Your Internal Brand Team

BrainZooming

I’ll be presenting a Brainzooming workshop on internal branding strategy at the Brand Strategy Conference in New York, April 6-8. The workshop, while drawing on material from my Fortune 500 work, springs from multiple conversations at the 2015 Brand Strategy Conference.

Team Collaboration – 14 Benefits from Pre-Meeting Outreach

BrainZooming

In the new Brainzooming strategy eBook 321 GO! , we share common situations standing in the way of successfully implementing your most important strategies. Brainzooming - All Posts Collaboration Performance Strategic Planning Strategic Thinking Strategy Tools

UX Design Careers in 2018 and Beyond: The Future of the UX Designer

Boxes and Arrows

One course that stands out as an example of bridging the academic divide between design and business is the Luxury Design and Strategy course in collaboration with Columbia Business School. Product design.