How to Overcome the Innovation and Strategic Business Alignment Disconnect

/How to Overcome the Innovation and Strategic Business Alignment Disconnect

How to Overcome the Innovation and Strategic Business Alignment Disconnect

Presented by Stan Przybylinski VP of Research at CIMdata

Innovation is central to the strategy of many companies. Common practice is to use a strategic planning process to go from vision to mission to strategy. Depending on the industry, the approach necessary to meet strategic innovation objectives will vary.

During this session, you will learn:

  • How should companies assess and plan their actions to meet corporate strategic objectives?
  • Which initiatives in product, services, processes, or infrastructure innovations should be approved?
  • How do you balance portfolio and project investments between line extensions, new-to-the-market products, and risky ventures?

CIMdata, a global strategic management consulting and market research firm, is conducting research on how companies are ensuring that they connect the strategy from the top floor, down to execution on the shop floor and other parts of the business.

In this webinar, Stan Przybylinski, Vice President of Research at CIMdata, will focus on the problems faced by companies trying to optimize this essential business process, and will provide insights from a recent study with industry practitioners around the globe.

If you are involved in the strategic planning process at your company or are responsible for innovation of your company's products, services, processes or infrastructure to support your strategic goals, this webinar will help you understand the challenges and learn how you can connect your innovation investments with strategic business objectives for competitive advantage.

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About the Presenter

Stan PrzybylinskiVP of Research at CIMdata
Stan Przybylinski is Vice President of Research at CIMdata, where he is responsible for their research agenda, including their global PLM Market Analysis Report (MAR) series, as well as custom research like this effort with Sopheon. Mr. Przybylinski holds a BS and MS in Mathematics from the University of Vermont and an MBA in Finance from New York University.
2016-12-14T21:00:48-05:00May 7th, 2014|