Who should attend
While there are no prerequisites, participants should have at least five years of experience managing projects.
- Project managers
- Business analysts
- Technical professionals
About the course
A high percentage of new product failures results from an inability to manage the uncertainty associated with conceiving, designing, and developing innovative products. This course will discuss tools and methods designed for the new product development (NPD) environment, including concept exploration, business case identification, customer needs analysis, and requirements development. Modern techniques such as agile development, lean thinking, and rapid prototyping are presented.
You will learn to:
- Use key market research tools at each stage of the NPD process
- Scope and scale your development process
- Determine the validity of your project requirements
- Select the appropriate lifecycle approach
- Ask critical questions at each stage of the NPD process
- Recognize and avoid common pitfalls
Michael Brenner has over 22 years of experience in the aerospace industry at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, supporting space imaging systems in the advanced instruments division. He has experience in system engineering, electronics design, optical system design, flight instrument integration and ...
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