How to organize the R&D of a market leader for a promising technology leap? more ….
In the network of business units, synergistic shifts of R&D services often fail, unless the CEO personally decides in individual cases. A sustainably implemented development cost reduction requires transparency of costs, services, and KPIs. more ….
The R&D of a market leader not only has to be more efficient, but also reorganized, in order to master a technology leap while maintaining the R&D quota. Both together require a strong CTO targeting at constant innovation success. more … Continued
A R&D network of divisions can compensate for higher R&D costs. The resulting increase in R&D productivity is economically more attractive than eliminating R&D projects or increasing efficiency within divisions, which often compromises R&D quality. more ….
Technology leaps require more one-time costs. As a first reaction, R&D demands more budget, but does not get it that way and yet retains much of its previous development tasks. So it gradually taps into the R&D cost trap. Its … Continued
Stretching of product development increases costs. Accelerating lowers costs, right? Wrong! more ….
Global R&D processes are often complex and wasteful. That’s why a company can gain a competitive advantage, if it provides the data on the wasteless performance share of its global R&D processes, exploits the full potential, and so changes the … Continued