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Global Product Management Talk On Product Line Roadmapping
Paul O'Connor, Founder of The Adept Group, Addresses The Value Of Product Line Roadmapping For Tying Strategy To Execution
“I am looking forward to the opportunity to discuss this important topic with the listeners of Global Product Management Talk because it is my observation and belief that, at minimum, product line roadmapping offers organizations the opportunity to double the impact – that is, the bottom line performance – of a product line when compared to the base case of not doing roadmapping,”
Paul O’Connor, founder and managing director of The Adept Group, calls in to talk with host Cindy F. Solomon who is broadcasting live from Studio132 for the Global Product Management Talk on Wednesday, February 19, 2013 at the simultaneous times of 10:00 AM Pacific Time, 11:00 AM MST Denver, 12:00 Noon CST Chicago, and 1:00 PM EST Boston.
Participants are welcome to listen live at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/
About Paul O'Connor
Paul O’Connor is an expert in the field of New Product Development and a past PDMA president. In 1984, Paul founded The Adept Group Limited, Inc. with a focus on product development productivity working with executives at a wide range of global companies across different industries.
Widely published in peer-reviewed journals and business publications, Paul was among the original contributors to PDMA’s first Handbook of Product Development (1996) as well as other editions. He provided material for PDMA’s 2004 ToolBook, and is a past contributing editor to R&D Magazine, and his work has appeared in the highly respected Journal of Product Innovation Management.
He teaches master courses and workshops, and is a frequent speaker at professional organization meetings and corporate seminars – addressing audiences on a breadth of topics ranging from Product Line Roadmapping to NPD portfolio analytics and optimization.
Adept focuses on new product development (NPD) productivity and innovation management productivity. We work with clients across each level of capability to advance processes, systems, skills, methods, practices and cultural influences.
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Broadcast recorded live at Studio132 by BZLewis http://www.studio132.com
Music courtesy of @BlameSally http://www.BlameSally.com
Specifications are subject to change, without notice. While due caution has been exercised in the production of this document, possible errors and omissions are unintentional.
Cindy F. Solomon