Last year we focused heavily on primary research pertaining to people, processes, and tools as it relates to product development innovation and maturity. The research itself was well received by the product development community and got people thinking about how they can improve maturity within their organization. In 2014, we will continue to dive deeper into these topics to help you better understand the challenges as well as uncover best practices to help you advance the innovation strategy in your organization. Here’s some information on the most popular innovation and product development resources.
Before we get too far into 2014, I want to share the top five most widely read resources for product development across the globe in 2013. Ranging from innovation to product development to portfolio management, you will find these valuable as you define your goals in the New Year:
More than 500 product development leaders from across the globe participated in the fourth product portfolio management (PPM) benchmark survey to share their priorities, risks, and pain points on the state of PPM.
This report is an extension of the Resource Management and Capacity Planning Benchmark Study 2013. It provides you with product development-specific charts and analysis not presented in the original report.
This article challenges companies to take an honest look in the innovation mirror to determine whether they’re truly making it or perhaps faking it when it comes to bringing innovative products and services to market. Consider this a simple litmus test to self-diagnose.
Discover how and why leading organizations have begun dynamically shifting their priorities and optimizing their limited resources across a mix of agile and project work execution.
Find out what Forrester Research, Inc., analysts Margo Visitacion and Kurt Bittner say are the tools that will help executives optimize the use of scarce resources and ensure alignment with their organization’s objectives.
We want to hear from you. What resources did you find beneficial and why? Did you find a particular subject valuable that did not make the list? Tell us why by posting a comment below.