Lean Product Development can significantly improve productivity
You can increase productivity in two ways
Implement Lean product development in a three-step process!
1) See the research results about development productivity in the book "Lean, Rapid and Profitable New Product Development"
2) Learn more about the seven principles at our seminar or from our book.
Lean Product Development: Previous Participants
Competition and the demand for shorter time-to-market keep getting tougher. Lean Product Development is the latest tool.
Do you know its potential and pitfalls? If not, you should attend this seminar. The international expert RG Cooper - and the father of Stage-Gate® - brings you ahead of your competitors.
Trimming the fat is not enough!
Lean has been used in production for years. Now it's product development's turn. Leading companies cut development time by eliminating waste and reducing bureaucracy. It's not enough to trim the fat, however. The clever companies focus on profit improvements - on ways to develop impact new products. And most of all, they ensure that the steps to reduce wastage don't end up starving their projects and hurting profits.
An integrated toolkit with documented impact
The seminar gives you a coherent, integrated toolkit. The impact is proven through the studies of over 400 companies. In addition, Cooper illustrates his points by a wealth of real-life examples. You will be updated on the latest principles, including
Test your company compares with the lean product development principles by using the ProBE Innovation Benchmarker by Robert G. Cooper and Jens Henrik Arleth
Based on a questionnare survey, you can measure your company's standing in terms of the seven lean-factors proven to drive innovation productivity. The results are presented in a visual, easy-to-read format so it is immediately evident where to focus your efforts.
Top performers innovate with five times more productivity than average.
In their latest book, Dr. Robert G. Cooper and Dr. Scott J. Edgett use their latest research and in-the-field experience to show you how to imitate the companies that win.
“Although many companies have introduced new processes, they are still struggling to achieve the financial results they expected,” says Dr. Cooper. “We saw a need to put together the new information and techniques.”