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1. Formal CV (sanitized)
(Documentation/CVs)
This is the sanitized version of my curriculum vitae. A full version us available upon request to registered users. A product development and R&D executive driving high-concept production in Fortune ...
2. The Future
(Career/The Future)
... is something I need to get experiences in a Technology startup, preferably in the consumer space, would be a very tempting thing, as would be the head of an R&D department startup Dispersed Product Development ...
3. Forthcoming Book Contribution
(In Public/In the Press)
... people do not use it because it creates additional work or does not meet an existing need; a proliferation of ad-hoc tools and widgets creates an unproductive working environment; collaboration becomes ...
4. The Great Mastermind
(The Person/Warts)
... dip in productivity. I actually turn my phone off. I withdraw into a quiet space. I limit interaction. I am ok with working alone on a tough problem for days, to emerge with a solution. I is against my ...
5. Microsoft on Research in Recession
(Thoughts/on Execution)
... and Product Development are vital in a recession. The first keeps the ship afloat, the second gets the company ready for the next boom time. Cutting R&D has horrific consequences: You are weakening ...
6. Revitalize a Large Team
(Achievements/Turnaround Management)
... MBAs and the like). Objective: Make Electronics R&D relevant to the company Context: Dwindling contributions to the product pipeline; low regard; team without focus or strategy; first substantial ...
7. Find a Viable Business
(Achievements/Turnaround Management)
... team fatigue Key Strategies: Focus on the essentials; robust value proposition; simple product close to core; profitable first, scale later; collaborative rather than antagonistic Trouble was there ...
8. Digitize Logistics Department
(Achievements/Turnaround Management)
In the middle of the 1990s, I was asked to rethink the paper-based processes of Germany’s largest kitchen manufacturer. Some of the products of my work are still in operation 10 years later. Objective: ...
9. Managing Innovation - by measure
(In Public/My Articles)
... and workers Core Processes How you create and add value to your offerings Offerings Product Performance How you design your core offerings Product System How you link and/or provide ...
10. How to predict gadget success
(Thoughts/on Innovation)
... most fundamental levels. I can only guess that price will be paramount, as will be sustainability and longevity. I believe the time of taste-and-toss are over. A product will need to show that it can ...
11. Communication vs. Convincing
(Thoughts/on Execution)
I guess an outward sign that your product has crossed a threshold is the tone of your marketing efforts. When you are merely communicating the benefits of your product, when all you do is inform, then ...
... cost differential. So all this work goes into a product and it is “dead weight”. DEAD WEIGHT. I am half thinking to start a list of all these “new ideas” with start and crash date, just for the joy of ...
13. Dead Cat Bounce
(Thoughts/on Strategy)
... Germany, where there is a focus on cars and investment-grade products like trains, power systems, etc., the UK economy will not benefit from government “New Deals” that invest in infrastructure (like transportation, ...
... phone will still work. Your cell phone will run out of charge quickly. Since the infrastructure is there, I guess this boils down to a question of service level. I can easily see a product that put an ...
15. 2008 PDMA Certified
(Documentation/Degrees)
I am PDMA-certified as a New Product Development Professional since December 2008.  ...
16. An interesting Cookbook
(Thoughts/on Execution)
... toolset) Top-down system testing The key statistics are rather remarkable: lines of code: 9939 total effort (days): 260 productivity (lines of code per day, overall): 38 productivity (lines of code ...
... remain highly suspicious of a company that has so many beta products out there. It simply means that they are a One-Trick-Pony without the guts to take the step into the multi-product world (aka the real ...
18. So far for Open Innovation
(Thoughts/on Innovation)
... out of the obligation to actually come up with new ideas and product to the market.  ...
19. Core Processes
(Thoughts/on Strategy)
...  There are 5 processes within a company: Asset 2 Idea                     Idea 2 Product             ...
... Innovate" question Do you frequently lead the industry in the introduction of new products or service offerings, as opposed to always having to play catch-up? The "What Could You Learn" question Nice ...
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