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Innovation Metrics that Drive Performance

Measuring innovation can be difficult. Many companies measure innovation success simply based on percentage of revenue from new products. But in that single metric, they neglect to manage and track the KPI’s that can make innovation more repeatable, with more consistent outcomes. An organization can’t just track outcomes and results. They must adopt metrics that demonstrate the company’s innovation capability and their ability to achieve the innovation strategy.

Watch this on-demand webinar for an engaging and informative discussion with Planview and Tech-Clarity’s Jim Brown as we explore the different types of innovation metrics, their pros and cons, and how to choose the right metrics to drive results.

Date

On-Demand

Time

On-Demand

Location

Online

Duration

1 Hour

Meet our speakers

  • Jim Brown

    President, Tech-Clarity

    Jim Brown is the President of Tech-Clarity, an independent research and consulting firm that specializes in analyzing the business value of software technology and services. Jim has over 20 years of experience in software for the manufacturing industries. He has a broad background including roles in industry, management consulting, the software industry, and research. Jim’s experience spans enterprise applications including PLM, ERP, quality management, service lifecycle management, manufacturing, supply chain management, and more. Jim is passionate about improving product innovation, product development, and engineering performance through the use of software technology. Jim is an experienced researcher, author, and public speaker and enjoys the opportunity to speak at conferences or anywhere he can engage with people with a passion to improve business performance through software technology.

  • Carrie Nauyalis

    Executive in Residence - Innovation and NPD, Planview

    Carrie Nauyalis brings her passion, experience, and thought leadership in the product portfolio management industry to her current role as Executive in Residence at Planview. As an EIR, Carrie is collaborating on market research and sharing best practices with Planview prospects and customers. She is an active speaker, MBA guest lecturer, blogger, and vlogger on all things PPM, with warm places in her heart for Stage-Gate®, IoT, calculating ROI, and agile. Carrie spent 18 years with Planview in various positions, including global consulting, product management, and as the solution evangelist for innovation and new product development. Prior to Planview, Carrie held multiple systems engineering positions with Emerson Process. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Truman State. @PDPMprincess

  • Jeff Ellerbee

    Solution Marketing Manager, Planview

    Jeff handles product marketing for Planviews’ Troux product line. Jeff has helped customers be successful with Troux in the US and UK for 14 years.

  • Jeff Ellerbee

    Solution Marketing Manager, Planview

    Jeff handles product marketing for Planviews’ Troux product line. Jeff has helped customers be successful with Troux in the US and UK for 14 years.

Measuring innovation can be difficult. Many companies measure innovation success simply based on percentage of revenue from new products. But in that single metric, they neglect to manage and track the KPI’s that can make innovation more repeatable, with more consistent outcomes. An organization can’t just track outcomes and results. They must adopt metrics that demonstrate the company’s innovation capability and their ability to achieve the innovation strategy.

Watch this on-demand webinar for an engaging and informative discussion with Planview and Tech-Clarity’s Jim Brown as we explore the different types of innovation metrics, their pros and cons, and how to choose the right metrics to drive results.

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