A robust supply chain strategy is a crucial aspect of a company's overall success in today's dynamic and competitive business environment. A well-designed supply chain strategy enables companies to reliably deliver product, reduce costs, and enhance customer satisfaction.
Now, let’s go deeper to understand our unique approach to managing people and projects by leveraging a project management office.
In the fiercely competitive world of PC manufacturing, I once played a pivotal role at a large multi-billion-dollar company. We embarked on a memorable journey, climbing from the fifth position to becoming the market leader in a few short years. As you can imagine, even though it was a success for our bottom line, the chaotic day-to-day road to get there was not exactly my idea of a dream [...]
As part of PRG's Ask the Expert series, Shirish Joshi answers how supply chain issues have affected hardware product development.
In medical device hardware development, embracing Agile methods presents exciting opportunities and unique challenges. Unlike software development, where Agile practices have been widely adopted and standardized (as seen in the AAMI TIR45 Guidance), the transition in the hardware sector has been slower.
Join us for a conversation between Michael Keer, Founder and Managing Partner of Product Realization group, and Ken Kapur, an expert in product compliance, about overcoming the biggest barriers to new product development and introduction: time and money. This interview has been edited for length and clarity.
Many companies, especially for high-complexity products such as energy storage and robotics, are moving away from outsourced manufacturing to establish their own internal operations. In fact, Kearney’s 10th Annual Reshoring Index finds that reshoring has substantially increased during the past decade.
Join us for a conversation between hardware expert David Graham, CEO of PowerBeam, a technology development firm, and Michael Keer, Founder and Managing Partner of Product Realization Group.
Wayne Miller is a seasoned executive with decades of experience designing and manufacturing products in the robotics, clean-tech, semiconductor, and consumer industries.
As part of PRG's Ask the Expert series, Michael Keer gives opinions on the role DFX plays in designing your product for scale versus prototype.
The product was great, worked fantastically, and sales proudly rushed it out to the customer. The customer said, "Oh, we needed that two years ago when we asked for it; now we've done things differently!" What difference would product management have made to this scenario?
As part of PRG's Ask the Expert series, Howard Edelman answers how to overcome the challenge of ad-hoc design, which we see in many products.