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Expanding the Enterprise: Breaking the Barriers to Collaborative Product Development
Product development has never been easy, but in today’s global market, the pressures facing industrial manufacturers are even greater. With more stakeholders

cross departmental product development processes  of your entire organization's cross-departmental product development processes, and how the product development lifecycle impacts those processes. For instance, you need to understand your company's Proposal Response process in order to understand how changes to an outsourced component will affect that process in the future: How will the change affect development costs, product time-to-market, and variant options? How is this information distributed to teams preparing customer quotes and proposals? How ar

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Product Development and Portfolio Management

The Product Development and Portfolio Management Knowledge Base covers the execution processes of new product development projects and programs, including phase-gate processes. It also addresses Product Portfolio Management (PPM), including the evaluation processes of new and existing products and product portfolios to provide the most valuable, balanced, and well aligned portfolio of products.  

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