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  • 1. 1Paul SizemoreWalk Innovation StagesGrowing a productJune 20, 2011
  • 2. 22Innovation CenterThe stages of InnovationThe number of ideas in each stageBusiness PartnersOnly a few ideas make it toCommercialization.Ideation Design PrototypingBusinessPlanningPilotProgramCommercialization
  • 3. 33Innovation Center Business PartnersThe projects that make upthe product are morecomplex and costly as theproduct progresses towardcommercialization.The stages of InnovationThe complexity level in each stageIdeation Design PrototypingBusinessPlanningPilotProgramCommercialization
  • 4. 44Innovation CenterIdeation Design PrototypingBusinessPlanningPilotProgramCommercializationBusiness PartnersBecause each stage ismore complex, additionalhuman resources areneeded as the productpasses each evaluationpoint.The stages of InnovationThe human resources in each stage
  • 5. 55Innovation Center Business PartnersAn example resource allocation:the strategy is to align innovation with the businessso to provide an exit strategy. The project managerwould stay with the product, and move from theInnovation Center to the Core Business Unit.The stages of InnovationThe human resources in each stage10% IC Lead15% IC Lead10% Analyst5% Project Manager20% IC Lead15% Analyst5% Project Manager30% IC Lead25% Analyst20% Project Manager 50% IC Lead40% Analyst50% Project Manager33% IC Lead50% Analyst75% ProjectManagerIdeation Design PrototypingBusinessPlanningPilotProgramCommercialization
  • 6. 66The Resources of Innovation25% IC Lead50% Associate75% ProjectManager• The average product manager in a company isresponsible for three commercial productsaccording to The Pragmatic Marketing’s AnnualReview. Source Company: http://www.pragmaticmarketing.com/
  • 7. 77g 1.0 / CommercializationHumanaGear / CommercializationHADS / CommercializationHPC / End of lifeOPS / End of lifeFamScape / End of lifeg 2.0 / Prototypingg 3.0 / DesignPaul’s Products
  • 8. 88g 1.0 / Commercialization33% IC Lead, 50% Analyst, 75%Project MangerHumanaGear / Commercialization33% IC Lead, 50% Analyst, 75%Project MangerHPC / End of life5% IC Lead, 10% AnalystOPS / End of life5% IC Lead, 10% AnalystPaul’s ProductsA snapshotFamScape / End of life5% IC Lead, 10% AnalystHADS / Commercialization33% IC Lead, 50% Analyst, 75%Project Mangerg 2.0 / Prototyping20% IC Lead, 15% Analyst, 15%Project Mangerg 3.0 / Design15% IC Lead, 10% Analyst, 5%Project Manger150% IC Lead205% Analyst245% Project MangerEstimated Resource Allocation Need
  • 9. 993Q 2011 4Q 2011 1Q 2012 2Q 2012Paul’s ProductsProjected end of current stage150% IC Lead205% Analyst245% Project Mangerg 2.0 moving forward inthe Innovation stageswould require additionalhuman resourcesg 1.0g 2.0g 3.0HADSHumanaGearHPCOPSFamScape
  • 10. 1010Resource Allocation150% IC Lead205% Analyst245% Project MangerCurrent Resource AllocationEstimated Resource Allocation NeedRequested Resource Allocation100% IC Lead50% Project Manger 100% IC Lead200% Analyst300% Project Manger