Introducing a Collaborative Framework for Chemicals Product Innovation
- Type: Archived Webinar
- Level: Basic
- Duration: 1 hour
- PDHs: 0.00
As product life cycles shrink, you need a product innovation process that keeps you ahead of the curve. Find out how a new collaborative framework for chemicals product innovation can speed your time to market and improve quality.
In 60 minutes, you’ll review the latest trends in the chemicals industry and consider how chemical manufacturers must innovate to improve their probability of future success. You’ll also identify imposing challenges facing chemical manufacturers that are driving the need to develop more successful innovation strategies. This webinar introduces a new framework for improved collaboration between R&D and manufacturing teams. You’ll explore how this framework, built around collaboration tools and processes, leads to faster, more productive innovation and improved quality. By the end of the hour, you’ll understand how to use these collaborative tools and processes to support the development of new products and improve existing products.
Take a look at your agenda:
- The latest chemical industry trends and why they must be a top concern for chemical manufacturers
- The most imposing challenges facing chemical manufacturers and the increasing pressure to innovate
- A new framework for improved collaboration between R&D and manufacturing teams
- Unlocking increased profitability through collaborative tools and processes
As a research manager, John Santagate is responsible for providing research, analysis and guidance on key business and IT issues for manufacturers. John holds more than a decade of experience, including advising leading oil, medical device and automobile companies on critical supply chain processes. John will have a hyper focus on Supply Chain Execution.
Prior to joining IDC in 2015, Mr. Santagate spent several years as Domain Consultant for Tata Consultancy Services Supply Chain Center of Excellence where he provided guidance on supply chain transformation and alignment between...Read more
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