To provide a wider perspective on the topics of engineering and product development, I’ve started a blog for my company, Key Tech. In addition to my own opinion, you’ll see posts from my colleagues, who range from 25-year PD veterans to recent graduates. Unfortunately, I don’t think I could do justice to either blog by continuing to write about the same topic in two places. So, while I’ll continue to keep this blog posted as it is and may revisit it in the future, it’s not likely I’ll be contributing to it further in the short-term. Instead, I’ll be publishing my content through Key Tech.
However, that’s not to say I have a shortage of content to discuss. Here’s a taste of an article I just posted about conserving capital in new product development. I hope you’ll join me. I look forward to sustaining the conversation.
The economy has many businesses against the ropes, and the rest are tightening their belts in the face of uncertainty. However, you don’t need to completely halt your new product development (NPD) efforts. Here are five ways to spend less while keeping your pipeline moving.
- Use Resources Efficiently
- Plan Ahead
- Mind Your Perspective
- Look Off-The-Shelf
- Conserve Energy
To read the details of how to conserve capital, click here.