Time to market

The length of time it takes to develop a new product from an early initial idea for a new product to initial market sales.

Precise definitions of the start and end point vary from one company to another, and from one project to another.

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  • Project management methods and quality standards
    Much has been said and written over the past few years about the need to use recognized project management methods and quality standards. PMBOK, PRINCE, PPS, and ISO9000 are some of the most known. Yet, which ones best suit your specific business and project needs? As the debate about the possibility to have a unique globally recognized standard continues, let us walk you through some key aspects you should take into account in your next project.
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  • The benefits of a kick-off meeting
    Once a project team is built, an excellent way to make sure milestones and goals are efficiently accomplished is by fostering good communication among project team members on a continuous basis. Team meetings are, indeed, a crucial communication method when working with teams. The first project team meeting, also known as the project ‘kick-off meeting’, is of extreme importance because it is the time when the project goals and expectations are clarified, roles are defined, and team members can meet one another. A vital part of any project, this first meeting is normally held right after the project has been awarded, and often even before base lining the project plan.
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