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Design Process Management

logo A good process will focus clearly on key business deliverables such as Schedule, Cost and Quality. 

Simply it should clearly define what is required, by whom and by when. 

We studied D&D and NPD working at Sony, one of the most creative Japanese Corporations in the World. We have been able to distil from the best of almost 30 years of experience in this field and are able to offer this in the form of advice to your company.
 
One of the first considerations of any project is creation of the team, what brings a team together is a common goal and the most effective way that a group of people may understand requirements is through publishing the process that the group will follow,  the time in which it will be completed and a full specification of the product required.

Our New Product Development 'bible' has been much developed and improved after multiple successful developments and encompasses all aspects of product design and introduction. The process is subdivided into the following major phases;

Concept Phase

Concept The nature of the Concept Phase is a search process in which, with the help of knowledge and pre-concept activities, the new product or product range is defined.  This period involves considerable proof of viability and work to mitigate risks of commencing with the project, the deliverable is definition of specification or requirement.

Design Phase

Design
The nature of the Design Phase is a realisation process. Design the Product based on the agreed concept. The objective is to achieve the specification and further prove viability.

Industrialisation

Industrialisation
The industrialisation work is mainly focused on preparation for manufacturing.  Though this appears to be third in this list this is firmly integrated even into the concept phase.

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