Innovation development is the most exciting part of any job regardless of your industry, but how do we contain this excitement into a business process that is strategic, productive, risk-managed, high-quality, and repeatable? We must understand where we have been through research; where we are going with our development; and how we plan to launch into our market.
In this workshop, we’ll learn the Innovation Lifecycle, a cross-functional strategy for standardizing business processes.
Innovation Project Management is designed for managers tasked with planning for incremental revenue in an uncertain environment and/or individual contributors looking to understand how and when their work fits into the development lifecycle. Content is applicable to any project function (marketing, operations, finance, R&D, etc.)
This class was formerly title "Project Managing the Product Development Life Cycle"
John P. Tansey has a history of guiding technical companies through compliance risk and/or commercial challenges. His Project Leadership approach (to Project Management) was developed after years of delivering strategic initiatives in the most highly regulated industries ranging from $30M Global Programs to $3M Small Businesses; including grenade launchers, aircraft parts, and medical device. John now helps companies control Cost, Quality, and Schedule through the PM Partnership; an outsourced Project Management business for companies who don't retain that expertise in-house. John holds a BSME from UNH in 2004, and an MBA from UNH in 2009; In 2008 he was a Holloway semi-finalist. Additional certifications include Six Sigma Black Belt, PMP, and Spanish Bi-lingual.