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Developing and launching successful new products is a key marketing value driver. Successful innovation ensures that your products stay competitive and that growth opportunities are not missed. However extensive research indicates that failure rates in this area are high. Through contemporary examples and the application of a stimulating case study you will learn how to develop and implement a proven NPD process, together with managing the other key factors that increase success rates.
This workshop will be especially useful for managers and executives, irrespective of function, who are or expect to become involved in the development of new products (goods and services) and the innovation process within their organisation.
Learn the definitions, benefits and principles of good innovation management.
NPD process – what’s involved?
Success factors in NPD; differentiated superior products, customer insight, sharp, stable and early product definition, brand planning, stage-gate process, cross-functional project teams and an innovative culture supported by senior management
Assessment of organisational performance and action planning to improve NPD in delegates own organisations.
|Start Date||End Date||Location|
|23 Jan 2019||23 Jan 2019||London|
|25 Apr 2019||25 Apr 2019||London|
Debbie Clewes has run, for over 20 years, workshops on Strategic Planning, Brand Management and NPD and longer tailored in-company programmes working with many organisations including Rolls Royce, McCains, BHF, American Express and John Lewis. Debbie has written articles and revision texts on strategic marketing and is often asked to consult and speak on the subject.
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