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Setting up an R&D Organisation
Setting up an R&D Organisation
Setting up an R&D Organisation
Setting up an R&D Organisation
Setting up an R&D Organisation
Setting up an R&D Organisation
Setting up an R&D Organisation
Setting up an R&D Organisation
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  • 1. Setting up an R&D Organisation Joe Drumgoole www.joedrumgoole.com/blog
  • 2. Why do Research & Development?
    • Research
      • What is the problem
      • Who has the problem
      • How big is the problem
    • Development
      • Answers the question how?
    • R&D together answers the question
      • What are we going to build?
  • 3. R&D Taxonomy Blue Sky Product Centric Applied Research Decision Support Demographics Paradigm Shifts Industry Developments New technologies Economics Market Analysis Competitive Analysis Cost/Benefit ROI Time To Market Cost Resources ROI The Best Problem to Solve The Best way to solve the problem Pure R&D
  • 4. Technology Adoption Curve R&D Taxonomy Blue Sky Product Centric
  • 5. Questions
    • What kind of company am I?
    • Who are my customers?
    • Where are my customers?
    • Who are my partners?
    • Who are my competition?
    • What are my companies unique skills?
  • 6. The Easy Bit
    • Pre Money
    • Pre Customer
    • Small team
    • No support
    • No sales
    • Just coding – Heaven!
  • 7. The hard bit
    • Customers
    • New requirements
    • Scope changes
    • Support burden
    • Multiple releases
    • New business strategies
  • 8. Pragmatic Rules
    • Keep it going
    • Use the Universities
    • Keep it applied (unless you are loaded)
    • Don’t expect it to produce quarterly
    • Do expect it to product yearly
    • Avoid management links to sales or engineering
    • Use R&D as your company radar
  • 9. Q&A

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