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.
There are many challenges associated with taking an idea from concept to product, but the two that stand out for me are: 1. Plastic design and tooling take time 2. Finding the right manufacturing partner
Why is failing to adhere to regulatory compliance one of the biggest challenges when bringing a medical device to market?
As part of PRG's Ask the Expert series, Jay Feldis answers how to overcome the specifics of this challenge for medical devices which we see in many companies.
In today’s fiercely competitive and rapidly evolving business landscape, large companies, especially those developing hardware-based products, struggle with more complex operational frameworks and product development cycles.
The aftershocks of the pandemic compelled a sweeping reassessment of the hardware manufacturing landscape. Amid these shifts, three transformational themes have emerged: the restructuring of supply chains, the integration of cutting-edge technologies, and the necessity for upskilling. Continue reading to gain a deeper understanding.
As part of PRG's Ask the Expert series,Michael Keer tells us how marketing and market analysis play in product realization.
In the fast-paced world of technology and manufacturing, one of the biggest challenges hardware companies face is managing New Product Introduction (NPI) processes. A common misconception is that simply applying an Agile template used in software production to hardware production will solve all problems, but without thoughtful consideration, it's a recipe for disaster.
In an increasingly competitive market, the need to bring superior products to market swiftly, cost-effectively, and with minimal risk is paramount. This article presents a summary of the top ten best practices for managing risk in hardware development.
As part of PRG's Ask the Expert series, Allen Adolph and David Graham give opinions on the role DFX plays in designing your product for scale versus prototype.
In the world of hardware new product introduction, a broken process can have severe consequences, jeopardizing the success of a product launch and hurting the reputation of a company. So, it is crucial to understand the warning signs that a process is disfunctional. Whether it's slipping schedules, exceeding budgets, or missing requirements, recognizing the signs allows teams to intervene in time.