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In this highly informative session, Tony will leverage PMI research findings to explore the primary issues and opportunities in innovation project management. Innovation is a critical element in helping product-oriented companies achieve their market objectives and projects in these environments are development are complex, long, resource-intensive, and risky. Therefore, it is important to detect problems early to avoid waste of time and resources. Because that is often easier said than done, Tony will couple PMI’s research with observations from his company’s client interactions in the field to help session attendees fully comprehend each of the top five innovation project management issues.
By the end of the presentation, participants will have a very clear understanding of the specific challenges that plague low-performing organizations and the best practice activities that characterize their high-performing counterparts. The costs and benefits of employing these best practices in organizations where they do not yet exist will also be provided, as will be lessons learned from performance improvement efforts in innovation environments. If you want to understand how to assist an organization with improving time-to-market success rates, increase the value of product development efforts, and maximize opportunity in the world of innovation, this session is for you.