Our managing partner, Eric Hiller just published an article on the effect that Corona virus has had bars in a cities and the people associated with them.
That is the question our managing partner, Eric A. Hiller is asking, as a new father. Maybe it’s just the sleep deprivation, but Eric has analyzed the processes of caring for a newborn and thinks he has found a ways he (and you) can use Lean and Agile to make the chaotic process of fatherhood and motherhood a little more predictable and easy.
IndustryWeek apparently agrees, because they just published his article. Click here to read and see if you agree!
Have you spent time in long lines at Costco or at another store only to be disappointed when you get inside and not find one of one of life’s most fundamental and critical products… dot you know what we’re talking about: toilet paper!
Admittedly this is not our usual subject here at Hiller Associates, but as this has become apparently a huge thing. We wanted to examine whether there is a rational reason for people’s behaviors or not.
In fact, Eric Hiller just published an article on this at MarketWatch!
Click here to understand the fascinating supply chain of toilet paper, and why people need to stop freaking out about this and causing a problem where there never was one to begin with.
So… the bad news is that you (and/or your colleagues) missed Eric Hiller’s webinar class on Design-to-Value, sponsored by GLG.
But, the good news is, it was video captured and is available on-demand and for FREE, any time you want to watch it! (Just fill out the registration form at the bottom and the video will start.)
And, let’s be honest, you’ve probably exhausted all the “A” content on your streaming services. Why not spend 1-hour learning about the impact that DtV has on companies from one of the world’s top practitioners. And, Eric will touch on should-cost / how to create cost models to support the DtV effort, to.
(Plus, this actually *IS* real work and research to help your company.)
Agenda for the presentation
- 2 min – Who’s teaching today?
- 5 min – What is Design-to-Value and what impact can it have?
- 30 min – An Introduction to the DtV process
- Scoping the project and choosing products / services
- Assembling the team
- Sourcing candidates and competitors
- Fact pacts & tear downs
- Ideation workshops
- Prioritization & ROI biz cases
- Clustering & Chartering
- 5 min – A quick look at should-cost (bottom-up cost models)
- 5 min – How to get started with a DtV project
- 15 min – Questions, answers, and discussions
CLICK HERE to learn about Design-to-Value!