Killing with Confidence

A Candid Discussion on Killing Projects with Stage-Gate International

“Kill.” Killing projects. It’s a harsh word for a reason. Many organizations have a hard time finding the cultural courage to kill projects. But, when you have confidence in your process, your criteria, your people, and your systems, killing projects allows organizations to give precious resources – both people and money – to winning innovations, increasing revenue and improving the overall success of the company.

In this candid, do-or-die conversation with Stage-Gate Consultant and product development veteran, Barry Novotny, we hope to inspire you to dig deep and find your own “right-sized” way to:

  • Run wildly-efficient go/kill gate meetings that will wow gatekeepers and allow everyone to get back to the real work at hand of developing awesome products
  • Kill projects – courageously and compassionately – by ensuring the most valuable criteria are leveraged for each type of project in your portfolio
  • Leverage industry best practices to continuously improve results

Date

On Demand

Time

On Demand

Location

Somewhere, Country

Duration

1 hour

Meet our speakers

  • Mark McGregor

    Author and Business Performance Coach

    As a former Research Director at Gartner, Mark has an extensive background in enterprise architecture, business process management and change management, having held executive positions with a number of technology companies.

  • 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.

  • 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.

“Kill.” Killing projects. It’s a harsh word for a reason. Many organizations have a hard time finding the cultural courage to kill projects. But, when you have confidence in your process, your criteria, your people, and your systems, killing projects allows organizations to give precious resources – both people and money – to winning innovations, increasing revenue and improving the overall success of the company.

In this candid, do-or-die conversation with Stage-Gate Consultant and product development veteran, Barry Novotny, we hope to inspire you to dig deep and find your own “right-sized” way to:

  • Run wildly-efficient go/kill gate meetings that will wow gatekeepers and allow everyone to get back to the real work at hand of developing awesome products
  • Kill projects – courageously and compassionately – by ensuring the most valuable criteria are leveraged for each type of project in your portfolio
  • Leverage industry best practices to continuously improve results

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