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Value Driven Product Management
 
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Value driven product management methodology is based on the principal that customers don't buy the products, customers buy the values they obtain by using those products.
Views: 83 Jaideep Joshi
Metrics-Driven Product Management
 
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This is a short instructional video produced by Actuation Consulting presenting a Metrics-Driven approach to practicing product management.
Views: 1833 ActuationConsulting
Insights: The role of the CFO in an analytics-driven organization
 
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Faced with limited opportunities for natural growth, leading chief financial officers (CFOs) are investing in analytics to take market share away from competitors and optimize spending. Analytics can enable experimentation CFOs can quickly learn from and then scale rapidly around efforts that really work. The latest episode of Deloitte Insights features Sean O'Grady, moderator, Tom Davenport, a senior advisor within Deloitte Analytics, and Ajit Kambil, Global Research director of Deloitte LLP's CFO Program. Tune in to learn more about the role of the CFO in an analytics-driven organization.
Views: 1187 Deloitte US
EPLICA
 
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Founded in 2001, Hugsmidjan has established itself as a leading provider of platform-independent, database-driven web applications. Its primary product is Eplica, the CMS (content management system) of choice for nearly 500 global companies, organizations and individuals, with nearly 100 of those being for the Icelandic government and authorities. The perfect platform for all types of businesses, large and small, Eplica reduces the complexity of website management while increasing efficiency. The human element comes in on the user experience, where we combine high quality design (both visual and structural), unique accessibility and usability, and outstanding customer service. Eplica's 100% web-based controls mean that users can manage their websites from anywhere. From code to content, Eplica enables users to control every aspect of a website—or use the creative team at Eplica for updates, writing and graphics. Flexible, fast, adaptable -- Eplica's software modules are in a constant state of development, enabling the seamless integration of new and emerging technologies.
Coca-Cola Content 2020 Part One
 
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The media landscape is a very different beast today than it was even 5 years ago. Then agency-led television commercials dominated how we channel our marketing. The very fact you are reading this here proves that things have changed. Coca-Cola have always been at the forefront of innovation. In this video Jonathan Mildenhall, Vice-President, Global Advertising Strategy and Creative Excellence at The Coca-Cola Company is the person responsible for leading global creative vision and strategy for the Company's portfolio of global brands. In this video he explains how Coke will leverage the opportunities in the new media landscape and transform one-way storytelling into dynamic storytelling hoping to add value and significance to peoples lives. Jonathan describes the challenge of content creation in an enlightening way, reminding us that "every contact point with a customer should tell an emotional story". Follow Jonathan Mildenhall on Twitter https://twitter.com/#!/Mildenhall
Views: 678229 We are Cognitive
The Innovative Culture of 3M
 
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3M is a global innovation company driven by a unique culture that celebrates creativity and shares opportunity. With thousands of products, people, and combinations of technologies, 3M innovation touches everyone around the world every day with one purpose in mind: to make progress possible.
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What is design-driven innovation?
 
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Design-driven innovation is characterized by being user driven, holistic, future oriented and multidisciplinary. Project manager at the Danish Design Centre, Christina Melander, talks about the pros of design-driven innovation and presents the Danish Design Centres model for design-driven innovation, the DIN-Model.
Coiltac Product Animation
 
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Product introduction of Coiltac System. Included 360° rig view, control panel system highlights, below surface Coiltac demonstration. Animation contains narrations.
Views: 609 adventhouston
Simon Sinek: How to Avoid Useless Innovation and Solve Human Problems
 
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In Chapter 8 of 20 in his 2011 Capture Your Flag interview, author and leadership expert Simon Sinek shares his favorite definition of innovation - the application of technology to solve human problems. He highlights several product advancements that do not answer human problems, causing a breakdown in innovation thinking. He uses a toaster as an example of useful innovation that meets his criteria: the application of technology to solve human problems. Simon Sinek is a trained ethnographer who applies his curiosity around why people do what they do to teach leaders and companies how to inspire people. He is the author of "Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action". Sinek holds a BA degree in cultural anthropology from Brandeis University. View more Near Peer career video insights at http://www.captureyourflag.com Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/captureyourflag Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/captureyourflag Transcript: Erik Michielsen: How do you define innovation? Simon Sinek: Well, I mean a definition I like is the application of technology to solve human problems. I know that not all innovation is about technology. I know that, but I like that, if we have a very broad definition of innovation. Erik Michielsen: Why does that register so well with you? Simon Sinek: Because the important part, to me, is the solving of human problems. Just because we can do something doesn’t mean we should do something. And I think, especially in the technology world, we become obsessed with the fact that we can, not that we should. And we call “innovation” where it’s really nonsense. I mean for example, do you remember when if you wanted to watch – if you needed a projector – you used to pull the string down to get the screen down. Like, what problem were they solving getting rid of the string? You know now everything has a button. And by the way, those buttons and those motors break all the time. I don’t ever recall that string being a problem. And yet we feel the need because we can put motors on buttons on things, that we should put a motor and button on that. It’s like, you look at a Toyota Prius, and everything is touch screen. So if you’re following the GPS and your phone rings, you lose the GPS! Or, if you want to change the temperature, you know, or if you wanna – you have to take four screens – what happened with knobs and buttons? Like, what’s wrong with turning up your volume like this, for your radio? Like, what human problem are we solving? The answer is we’re not solving any human problems. That’s the problem with that kind of technology. It’s pointless. One of the best pieces of innovation I’ve seen lately is my toaster, which is – and I bought my toaster specifically for this feature – which is, you push a toaster down to make it toast and then it pops up. In my toaster, you can lift the button up and it lifts the toast out so you don’t have to go picking it out with a fork or a knife. That’s innovation! That’s the application of some sort of technology, or engineering in this case, to solve a human problem. And, uh, I think just because we can do things, whether engineers or technologists, or on the Internet, doesn’t mean that we necessarily should. And if you have the capacity to do something big make sure you’re solving a real problem that exists, not something that doesn’t. [Erik laughs] I have more respect for my toaster than I do a Toyota Prius.
Views: 9801 Capture Your Flag
Decision Sciences -- Current Trends and Vision for 2015
 
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Increasing number of businesses are focusing on analytics driven decision support across all facets of business where experts have to take decisions based on bits of information.. A Enterprise Perspective
Views: 456 NASSCOM Product
2012 INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS CATALOG RATIO BIKE DESIGN OVERVIEW
 
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VISIT http://WWW.RATIOBIKEDESIGN.COM CONTACT US | LEARN MORE | GET ANSWERS ... alcune notizie che stanno rivoluzionando il settore della bicicletta! CONTATTO [email protected] ... some news that are revolutionizing the field of cycling! CONTACT [email protected] ... quelques nouvelles qui sont en train de révolutionner le secteur de la velo! NOUS CONTACTER [email protected] ... einige Neuigkeiten, die Revolutionierung der Bereich des Radsports sind! KONTAKT [email protected] ... algunas noticias que están revolucionando el sector de la bicicleta! CONTACTO [email protected]
Views: 3203 RatioBikeDesign
Agile in Practice: Prioritisation using MoSCoW
 
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This brief video is part of an ongoing series by the Agile Academy to complement our Agile in Practice Help Sheets available free on our website - www.agileacademy.com.au/agile/about_agile.
Views: 20520 AgileAcademyAus
Fed Up with Typing Product Data
 
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After creating a new design you are fed up with creating the data in your ERP system. Same issue you have when a customer wants to have changes in the design. Lets InnoVites help you, to speed up the cable design process, and the setup and maintenance of the product data in the ERP system.
Views: 307 InnoVites InnoVites
Can social media sell a product?
 
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MELISSA MACK SOCIAL media is tweeting around the globe, yet marketing experts are conflicted over whether it has any real clout for advertisers. UniSA's marketing science professor Byron Sharp claims the average tweet reaches just 12 people, while Hughes PR's digital media consultant Michelle Prak says the reach is into the thousands. Brands with successful campaigns such as Old Spice or Ford in the US have driven the hype surrounding social media. But Sharp repeats his reservations. "Just because successful companies are doing it does not make social media marketing effective," he says. "There are a few success stories but success stories always get a lot of attention, while the many more disappointing case studies are swept under the carpet. "There are plenty of social media marketing zealots, who say ridiculous things like TV advertising is dead." Sharp runs UniSA's Ehrenberg-Bass Institute for Marketing Science, which is researching the reach of social media. He describes social media as "just another fashion trend". "Marketing science tells us that brands need to reach all category buyers over and over. "This is what makes media like TV so valuable, it is vast and fast -- delivering a lot of reach quickly, at low cost per contact." But social media is highly fragmented making it impossible for a campaign to be guaranteed reach, Sharp says. "We just have to pray that we go viral. Few brands have more than one million Facebook fans globally." He says if marketers look at the numbers they would see the social media reach is tiny. "Also we know very little about how viewers consume advertisements within social media." Sharp says businesses should include social media in their research budgets to learn rather than build their brands. "It can only be justified from a business perspective if we are using it purely to learn about this new media, so that we know what it might be useful for our brand in the future, if at all." On the other side, Hughes PR's Prak says platforms such as Twitter and Facebook are well beyond the "fad" phase. "When you look at Facebook it's been around since 2006 and has only shown growth and is linked and embedded in all sorts of websites," she says. "But you shouldn't do it because it's popular. I look at what clients are trying to achieve and where their target market is. It might not be on Facebook." Prak also disagrees that social media has a limited reach. "I think the reach is what has excited marketers using those platforms. "Online and social media platforms are even easier to measure reach (than traditional methods) and you can see some fantastic numbers out there in the thousands or even millions of views." Research has yet to "drill down and see what the viewers are doing after they see those messages". Prak says a great strategy and plan is needed to back any social media use. "It can be really effective with brand awareness and really effective with community engagement if you are doing it in the right way. "You just need to set yourself up, building the first page with that strategy in mind." She says social media should complement existing media strategies rather than replace them. "I think another thing some people misunderstand is that social media needs to replace something else in the marketing mix, but really it needs to support what you are doing." One Hughes PR client that she offers as a successful user of social media is the Adelaide Hills producer Beerenberg, with its range of jams and sauces. Beerenberg launched a new website last year using a blog, Flickr, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube in its campaign. Since starting the strategy, Prak says sales for the company have continued to rise while website hits have also increased through use of social media. She says social media will become more embedded and "marketers needed to educate themselves now". "It means marketers need to pay even more attention to social media and my advice is any marketers need to have their own personal profile to build their own knowledge and even their own brand."
Views: 2242 In Daily
Eric Ries: "The Lean Startup" | Talks at Google
 
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Google hosts Eric Ries author of, "The Lean Startup" The Lean Startup movement is taking hold in companies both new and established to help entrepreneurs and managers do one important thing: make better, faster business decisions. Vastly better, faster business decisions. Bringing principles from lean manufacturing and agile development to the process of innovation, the Lean Startup helps companies succeed in a business landscape riddled with risk. This book shows you how. Eric is the author of the popular blog Startup Lessons Learned and the creator of the Lean Startup methodology. He co-founded and served as CTO of IMVU, his third startup, which has today has over 40 million users and 2009 revenue over $22 million. An entrepreneur in residence at Harvard Business School and a frequent speaker at business events, he advises startups on business and product strategy using the Lean Startup approach. http://theleanstartup.com/ Order the book here: http://lean.st/orders/new
Views: 471822 Talks at Google
Product Management View Webinar Series - Value of Insights as Intellectual Property
 
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VIEW THE FULL PRESENTATION HERE: http://grandview.rymatech.com/2011/186-value-of-insights-as-intellectual-property.html This webinar by Scott Sehlhorst will look at an approach and some techniques for capturing and sustaining a continually-usable market model. As a former technologist, the first thing that comes to mind when you mention intellectual property (IP) is the obvious one - patents and trade secrets. As a Product Manager, I have a different take. My focus has shifted from "what can I invent?" to "what does my market need?" That's where the real value of IP lies - in understanding the problems that your customers will pay to solve when it comes to improving their Product Investment Management. All of the Product Managers I've met are doing work and making decisions in the context of specific product or portfolio roadmaps. When Product Managers are market-driven, they gain and apply market insights to their strategic decisions. Those insights are "intellectual property." When the next wave of decisions are due, they re-gain, and re-apply those insights. Where there is an opportunity to invest in the IP is in documenting their understanding of the market - acknowledging that the market grows and changes independently of their release schedules - and investing in an evergreen representation of market problems. With each "understand the market" activity that happens within the context of working on a product roadmap, Product Managers should leverage what they previously learned, and update those documents to keep them relevant for the next wave of decisions. That's what "investing in intellectual property" means to me now. This webinar will look at an approach and some techniques for capturing and sustaining your market model.
Views: 126 rymatech
Chevrolet Centennial - 100 Years
 
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Chevrolet marks its centennial in 2011 and kicks off a year of anniversary activities at the North American International Auto Show. Chevrolet was founded in Detroit, in November 1911, by racer Louis Chevrolet and General Motors founder William C. "Billy" Durant, who developed cars that quickly earned reputations for performance, durability and value. Those traits remain at the core of Chevrolet, which is the world's fourth-largest automotive brand. The electrically driven Volt leads Chevrolet into its second century and redefines what a car means. It is the world's first mass-produced electric vehicle with extended range, providing up to 379 miles of driving. That means Volt provides the benefits of an electric vehicle without the range limitations associated with other electric vehicles in the market -- expanding the boundaries of performance and efficiency. It exemplifies Chevrolet's heritage of introducing advanced technology on value-driven products. The forward-looking philosophy that nurtured Volt from concept to production is also responsible for products such as the Equinox and Cruze, whose value stories are validated by critical praise, third-party recommendations and the growing numbers of customers who are new to Chevrolet. Similarly, the Camaro and Corvette continue a six-decade heritage of offering high-performance values, bringing advanced technology to affordable sports cars. On the truck side, Silverado delivers the greatest capability in the long history of Chevy trucks, with greater capability and efficiency on the horizon. These vehicles were developed with an eye on Chevy's past, ensuring they remain true to the brand's commitment to bring more technology to more people. This year, Chevrolet launches the all-new Sonic in North America. Next year, the Spark comes to America, bringing the Chevrolet spirit to a new and growing segment of smaller, highly efficient and fun-to-drive cars. Chevrolet is also exploring a range of concepts and new-product segments, building on the momentum generated by recent successful product launches to put Chevy's in the driveways of a wider and more diverse range of customers. Cruze, Sonic and Spark are products of Chevrolet's growing global presence. Indeed, the Chevy "bowtie" insignia is seen on vehicles in more than 130 countries and Chevrolet is leveraging those worldwide links to develop products tuned for local tastes and needs, while delivering the brand's trademark style, value and performance. Shared development procedures with engineering and design centers around the globe also help deliver better-performing, safer and more efficient vehicles. The Cruze, for example, leads its segment with 10 standard air bags, and the Cruze Eco model offers segment-best, EPA-estimated highway fuel economy of 42 mpg. The international ties that helped Cruze top its competitors in these important areas will grow in the coming years. Chevrolet enters its second century with great momentum. The next 100 years will see Chevrolet help remake the automobile to complement the needs of evolving societies and changing resources -- all with its iconic style, performance and value.
Views: 60774 Windsor Nissan
Tackling Wicked Problems using General Morphological Analysis
 
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General Morphological Analysis is a process that involves the systematic investigation of ALL the components of large-scale problems, products or processes for scenario, strategy and new product development. An expert facilitation methodology with proprietary software is used to identify new, consistent, combinations of attributes that results in workable, in-house generated outcomes. The technique is used to unearth non-obvious opportunities for an organisation to solve complex, intractable problems.
Views: 7640 Nasir Hussain
Commercial Software Product Development
 
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Commercial software product development is very much different from what people think of as application development. Typical application development involves creating an application or set of programs to perform a finite series of tasks, where the user may be guided through one of several paths in order to complete specific tasks. Many times, these tasks are related to the internal processes of an organization. Commercial software product development consists of building a software product with a broad range of functionality that can be sold commercially to external companies or individuals in either vertical or horizontal markets. Presenter: Frank Griffin
Views: 2566 SelectBusinessSolns
Minimal Marketable Features: The Why of Enterprise Agility
 
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In this video, Alan Shalloway discusses what it means for an enterprise to be agile: turning bringing ideas to business capability to meet business needs in a timely way.
Views: 4486 NetObjectives
Social BPM: Cordys Product Demonstration
 
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10 Minutes; 3 People; 1 Process. Watch the whole session and other Cordial 2011 Keynote sessions at: http://cordys.com/cordyscms_com/webinar.php
Views: 1576 Cordysvideo
Fieldsports Britain - Driven mouflon and how to call in geese (episode 101)
 
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Blow those hunting horns! This week we are mouflon shooting and calling geese. We are on a 25,000-acre hunting estate outside Berlin as the guests of sports optics manufacturer Zeiss enjoying driven mouflon, wild boar and deer, with all the pomp and ceremony that a top German hunting trip affords. We are also in Easter Ross, Scotland, where Countryside Alliance director of shooting David Taylor is out after pinkfoot and greylag geese.
Views: 22020 Fieldsports Channel
Technology: Should I Choose Apple, Samsung or Another Android Driven Device
 
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Okay, today we have so many choices when it comes to cell phones, tablets, computers (netbook or laptop) and beyond. I love keeping up with technology, however, I love it even more when I can get more bang for my bucks. I am in the process of upgrading my phone from a Blackberry to the iphone 2 which is now carried by Verizon (I have been a loyal customer for over 5 years). In line with that I want to purchase a tablet, however, I have been researching the difference and what is the better product the Android driven tablets, which have Flash and you can download movies and games from any source or to stick with Apple who only allow its customers to download Apple exclusive products to their devices. Now do not get me wrong, I love Apple Products (I have an ipod, an ipod touch (my daughter is using) and getting ready to purchase my iphone 2 (the only reason I have not purchased is because Verizon only recently started carrying the phones - I do not like AT&T - I dislike their customer service policy and promised myself to never go back to them); my concern is that the ipad does not have Flash and this means, I cannot download movies, games or other products from another vendor. I also heard that they do not have a UB Port so that you can download or transfer from your computer to your tablet. Go figure! Anyway, I know that I will purchase the phone (this will be a birthday present to; myself), however, as much as i want to buy the ipad 2, unless Apple comes out with the Flash or something similar, i might be purchasing an Android Tablet. The other thought is to purchase both tablets (my daughter will be using the other and we can switch out). Choices, choices. Tell me your thoughts and suggestions. Girls like toys too!
Views: 295 JayeJaye714
Length Driven Production
 
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Demands for Cable from Sales and Low Inventory Levels will result in into Production Orders. Special for the Cable Industry is that the tools to manage the Production Process should support length and non-length logic at the finished product and used materials side. It should be possible to start the production of cables, the issue of materials and report cables as finished based on individual lengths. InnoVites for Cable supports all these requirements needed by the cable industry.
Views: 167 InnoVites InnoVites
ROTAM - Driven by Innovation in Post Patent Technology
 
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For more information, please visit www.rotam.com
Views: 1495 Rotam
Marcom interactions with Product Managers (PLM): Refaela Segdan
 
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Marcom- Product Manager cooperation is the basis for effective deliverables. For the marcom team it means better understanding of the product and its market as well as better familiarity with its schedules and goals, that results in more efficient time management, more effective marketing materials and less "last minute" crises.
Views: 195 MC Forum
Lenovo Reliability: Feedback-Driven Innovation
 
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This video tells the story behind the legendary quality and reliability of Lenovo's Think brand. It highlights numerous customers, whose feedback drives our company's innovation. Intel Turbo Boost and Hyper-Threading technology are highlighted, as are Lenovo's own ThinkVantage Technologies.
Views: 3487 Lenovo
The Purpose-Driven Marketing Model from Chief Outsiders
 
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The Purpose-Driven Marketing Model is a simple construct for how mid-size companies can exploit an end-to-end model for go-to-market excellence. Chief Outsiders is the strategic business consultancy behind the approach. For more information, visit http://www.chiefoutsiders.com/our-approach/
Views: 390 Chief Outsiders
Rotating 360 degree product videos (Tutorial link below)
 
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Tutorial and how to build this setup: http://youtu.be/4oK2_LjPOWw ❓ Not sure what to get? Then look in the Ultimate Gear Guide: http://www.nitsan.co.uk/gear ✅ Music: I Got Soul by Dave Press. (www.myspace.com/davepressband) Cinematography, editing, motion graphics and color grading by myself. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Find me here: ● Join the facebook discussion group: http://on.fb.me/14JZybI ● Work and blog site: http://www.nitsan.co.uk ● Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/nitsan.simantov ● Twitter: https://twitter.com/Nitsan_s ● Google+: http://www.gplus.to/nitsans ● Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/nitsan_simantov ● Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/nitsanpictures ● My eBay items: http://bit.ly/NmFwPa ● Nitsan ProGear store: http://www.nitsanprogear.com ● Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/nitsan Ethics statement: http://www.nitsan.co.uk/ethics-statement (In short: I am an affiliate with eBay, Amazon, B&H and Adorama, which means I get a small commission when you buy through my links. This helps me create more great videos for you guys. I still always review items honestly, and I never accept any payments to shoot reviews. Thank you for your support.) Disclaimer: I shoot these videos in the hope that it will be helpful, but all information given is just my honest opinion. I make no guarantees whatsoever. You are responsible for your own safety and how you use that information.
Views: 6731 Nitsan Simantov
InnoCentive Founder Alph Bingham on Challenge Driven Innovation
 
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Alph Bingham talks about the InnoCentive Solver network and the principles behind Challenge Driven Innovation. The NASA Solar Flare Challenge is highlighted.
Views: 3739 InnoCentive
CMX993/CMX993W RF (I/Q) Quadrature Modulator Product Introduction
 
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http://www.cmlmicro.com/ This video introduces two separate, high performance, RF quadrature modulator ICs: the standard CMX993 and the wide bandwidth CMX993W product variant. Further information on the product as well as a datasheet can be found here: http://www.cmlmicro.com/products/CMX993_RF_Quadrature_Modulator/ ____________________ The CMX993 and CMX993W are integrated, low voltage IQ modulator suitable for use in applications operating from 30MHz to 1000MHz. The device integrates two matched double-balanced mixers driven from a buffered and quadrature split local oscillator. Uncommitted low frequency differential amplifiers are provided for users to configure. This may be used to implement functions such as filtering, differential to single ended signal conversion and level shifting. ____________________ Video featuring, created and edited by Ron Hunter, Applications Engineer at CML Microcircuits.
Views: 817 CML Microcircuits
Pancreum - CGMS Insulin Glucagon - Artificial Pancreas - like OmniPod, Cellnovo, Roche Medingo Solo
 
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We have put our brains to work and came up with the CoreMD, a visionary product, and made it a reality. With the CoreMD, the Pancreum Genesis Artificial Pancreas System (CGMS + Insulin & Glucagon Delivery), as well as the InsuLean Insulin Delivery System and the Vigil Continuous Glucose Monitoring System, will be designed & marketed at a much faster pace and for less, resulting in a more affordable product that will benefit all people with diabetes. The CoreMD's main purpose is to create a flexible, open platform, common architecture design that would allow for medical devices to be more affordable than what is available in the market today. At the same time, provide a product that is smarter, more convenient, safer and even more ecologically correct than anything you've seen in the wearable, replaceable medical device field. Smarter - A high-performance 32-bit CPU resides in the CoreMD making it smarter than any other wearable device in the diabetes management field. More Convenient - By making the CoreMD Bluetooth-enabled, it's not necessary to carry an outdated, button-driven, hand-held controller, like current devices in the market. You may use your own high-tech, touch-screen Android smartphone, iPhone/iPod Touch, Windows Mobile PDA or similar. If you don't have such a device, we'll provide you with one! Safer - A second microprocessor in the CoreMD double-checks all functions being performed by the main CPU (such as insulin delivery) and may halt insulin delivery if it finds an issue. More Ecologically Correct - By putting the CPUs and battery in the CoreMD, using a rechargeable battery and making pre-filled reservoirs an option, there's no need to throw so many lithium batteries, electronic boards, syringes and insulin vials away every few days. More Affordable - The CoreMD is NOT disposable, so no electronic boards with the CPUs and batteries are thrown away every three days. As an example: This means that the wearable, replaceable insulin pump that attaches to it, only contains the reservoir and the mechanisms to insert the cannula and deliver insulin. This wearable, replaceable insulin pump will be smaller and much more affordable than the available wearable, pod-shaped pump in the market today. There will be no need to buy an additional hand-held controller if you use your own PDA or smartphone. Faster Development Cycle - Because the CoreMD will have an open platform and common architecture design, other devices in an artificial pancreas system, such as a CGM and a glucagon pump, may be developed in parallel by partner companies, making the Artificial Pancreas availability a reality much sooner! The Pancreum systems are made up of a combination of several possible devices: the PDA (Personal Diabetes Analyzer) and its App, the CoreMD, the GlucoWedge, the Betawedge and the AlphaWedge. More tags: solo4you solo 4 you sooil pod PDM iOS iPod Touch 2011 iPodTouch Tags: DBMineContest11 diabetesmine design challenge contest winner pda smartphone android iphone app application health care healthcare diabetes insulin glucose glucagon medical device pump BG blood sugar meter continuous monitor monitoring CGM CGMS closed loop artificial pancreas pancreum medtronic minimed insulet omnipod cellnovo medingo solo dexcom navigator animas disetronic genesis betawedge insulean mine vigil alphawedge glucowedge coremd ada jdrf mobile roche abbott nipro amigo tandem dana
Views: 49309 Pancreum Diabetes
Right Product, Right Place, Right Time
 
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Whilst driving to Bournemouth with his wife John Holme noticed how unhappy the people caught in a traffic jam at Ashley Heath roundabout on the spur road near Ringwood. I think that they need cheering up he said to his wife and so the next time he was in the area donned his DJ and entertained the unsuspecting motorists to gentle strains of the like of Rogers and Hammersteinss. The motorists kindly responded by throwing anything from £25 - £40 an hour at him and so encouraged by their appreciation he continued for the next 8 years until such time that an underpass alleviated the problem. Task completed he moved on to the next 'witty invention'
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What Is Enterprise Project Portfolio Management (EPPM)
 
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Businesses must react quickly to fluctuating markets and changing project and program conditions, while meeting the demand for visibility and actionable information across distributed project teams. Enterprise project portfolio management (EPPM) solutions enable project-driven organizations to intelligently manage their programs and projects—from small and simple to large and complex. EPPM solutions drive better portfolio management decisions by providing end-to-end, real-time visibility into all relevant information. EPPM solutions also help companies evaluate the risks and rewards associated with projects and programs by providing project management, collaboration, and control capabilities necessary to manage change and successfully deliver projects on time, within budget, and with the intended quality and design. For more information on Primavera industry solutions please visit our microsite: http://bit.ly/Primavera_Info
Agile in Practice: Definition of Done
 
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This video on the shared team understanding of the 'Definition of Done' is part of an ongoing series, which complement our free Agile in Practice Help sheets on our website at: www.agileacademy.com.au/agile/about_agile
Views: 16885 AgileAcademyAus
The Ecocraze, a Case Study: Negotiating a Greener Product Design Landscape
 
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"Changes in consumer demand for 'green' or 'eco' products is becoming increasingly apparent, as global campaigns gain traction, such as climate change, due to western and, increasingly the developing world's appetite for goods and services. The machine that created such concerns in the pioneering days of capitalism has turned to marketing and spin to cash in on this "ecocraze". Manzini has proposed that the ecological crisis we face is based on a crisis of the commons, a lack of contemplative time, and a proliferation of remedial goods (Manzini 2006). Seemingly, purchasing patterns are the same as the unsustainable buying behaviours that started the environmental crisis dominating world news. There lies the juxtaposition between designing for consumers, and designing to the core principles of sustainability, where avoiding, reducing, reusing, recycling and regenerating are somewhat detached from a purely consumer driven market. Whether products are environmentally preferable or not is another story, but generally this could be verified with life cycle assessment (LCA), which unfortunately is often above and beyond the means of the designer. This paper explores case studies of contemporary design that do make large shifts to lower environmental impact, by analysing them from an LCA perspective. The streamlined models will be completed in Simapro (TM) software package, with data taken from current life cycle inventories, past studies and primary sources, and look at the shifts that the presented products may have realised. The quantitative results shall be compared to a standard product default or orientation. The author will explore whether the products allow users to enact behaviours or decisions needed if environmental impacts are to be reigned in." (By: Simon Lockrey, RMIT University )
Are You Driven to Learn Lean?  What operating your car can teach you about continuous improvement
 
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Jeff Hajek (http://www.velaction.com) and Tim McMahon (of ALeanJourney.com) discuss the Lean principles you will find in the real world. In this third and final installment of our 'real-world Lean' series from our monthly live Lean broadcasts, we show you what your car can teach you about Lean.
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Grass Valley Indigo Switcher, AV Mixer Demo | Full Compass
 
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Get it here: http://www.fullcompass.com/product/374240.html Retailer of Pro Audio, Pro Video, AV, Lighting Gear and Musical Instruments Grass Valley Indigo Switcher, AV Mixer demo and overview at Full Compass Systems with Grass Valley Distribution Sales Manager, Rich Threadgill Able to control multiple analog or digital video and audio sources, Grass Valley's Indigo™ platform is a high-quality, multi-format solution that features video up- and down-conversion, the ability to mix in high-resolution PC graphics from any DVI-I source, advanced audio mixing, and automated device playback and control via industry-standard connections. It is a powerful, cost-effective, and easy-to-operate platform for live-presentation environments. The Indigo audio/video mixer offers a complete feature set for controlling multiple analog or digital video and audio sources. With a high-resolution card installed, the mixer can simultaneously process multiple sources: 12 standard definition (SD) sources, one scaled from SD to high definition (HD), and two selected from HD video or computer inputs. It also upconverts to HD and downconverts to SD—and even simulcasts live SD and HD output. The Indigo audio/video mixer also manages the mixing and timing of audio sources, ranging from unbalanced analog to AES/EBU signals. And it seamlessly combines live, high-resolution computer-based media, and presentation content with real-time video and audio materials. The Indigo audio/video mixer is simple enough for anyone to use. While providing full production-mixer capabilities, its menu-driven, touchscreen interface can access powerful presets to get a new operator up and running in minutes. Operators can also customize these presets and save them for recall. The Indigo audio/video mixer features numerous 2D and 3D transition effects that you can modify and save, along with all other layout data, into its E-MEM preset storage banks. The Indigo audio/video mixer features more than 100 2D and 3D modifiable transition effects. It also supports two HD and two SD luminance, chroma, or pattern keys. Combining these features with the basic timeline sequencing in the mixer's E-MEM preset storage banks provides a limitless array of custom effects. Features: • Live seamless switching of video, computer, and audio sources • Mix digital and analog sources • Upconvert/downconvert multiple video channels between HD and SD • SD/HD simulcast output (with optional - soldseparately - high-resolution card) • Pre-programmable video layouts with keys for picture-in-picture and other effects • Digital effects with 2D and 3D transformations, including page turns, ripples, and swirls • Luminance and chroma keyers • Integrated control of Thomson Grass Valley Turbo™intelligent digital disk recorder (iDDR), Acappella™ router, and other devices • Stereo analog and AES/EBU audio • SDI audio de-embedding and re-embedding • Four-band parametric equalizer and motor-driven audiofaders • Simple audio-follow-video mode • Intelligent audio-delay management for live production lip sync
Views: 10626 Full Compass
What is "Systems Engineering" ? | Elementary collection
 
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More information at: http://www.3ds.com/products-services/catia/capabilities/systems-engineering/ Discover CATIA on LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/catia/ Typically a topic for engineers and geeks, right? We wanted to make this actually a pretty cool and important topic accessible for everyone. After all, systems engineering is key in sectors like transportation, energy, automotive and aerospace. So boost your knowledge and check this out!
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RFM Principle (Short Version V2)
 
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To find out more about this product: http://www.umacs-business-solutions.com/customer-lifetime-value.html The RFM principle stands for Recency, Frequency and Monetary Value. Using these three principles you can develop your customer lifetime value, or simply, how important the purchase patterns of each customer is to your business. This is achieved by monitoring their purchases over time and selecting a weighting factor for each of the areas of; 1. Recency 2. Frequency 3. Monetary Value You then apply a factor to each area, as shown in the video or here at http://www.umacs-business-solutions.com/customer-lifetime-value.html You can use this template in many ways, for example after you have established the rankings of your customers, you could implement a tiered pricing structure, rewarding your loyal customers with preferred pricing etc. Also you could develop a coupon structure, a customer loyalty program, the choices are endless once you have established your true value customers using the RFM Principle! Find out more at: http://www.umacs-business-solutions.com/customer-lifetime-value.html To purchase this product: http://store.payloadz.com/go?id=856017
Views: 3271 UMACS Media
product line management video for nike
 
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analyzes the advantages of being a product line manager for nike
DJ Patil in Moscow 15th of september part1
 
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Data Jujitsu - Turning Data Into Product Given the importance of data to critical decision making, the demand for Data Scientists is at an all time high. Yet, what does it really mean to be a Data Scientist and to build a team of Data Scientists? It's a new world with startups to well established organizations struggling daily to recruit and structure their teams to best leverage those that can extract valuable insights from data. At the same time, it's well known that the ability to leverage data has reached a new level of critical importance in organizations to improve decision making. Now, with commodity technologies, it is possible to cheaply create data products that can have a massive impact on the business (e.g., People You May Know or Who's Viewed My Profile on LinkedIn). In this talk I'll walk through the product philosophy I've found works best to rapidly test and deploy data products. I'll also address the critical gotchas in developing highly engaging user facing data products.
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vPower DEMO: Instant VM Recovery, U-AIR, Instant File-Level Restore
 
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I'm Doug Hazelman, director of product strategy for Veeam Software, and I will show how you can recover an entire VM, an application object or an individual file from a regular image-level backup in a matter of minutes -- and all this without having to extract the VM from the backup. These capabilities are only available with vPower -- the award-winning technology in Veeam Backup & Replication v5 that eliminates the fundamental shortcomings of traditional backup approaches to reduce the cost, ensure the reliability and increase the value of data protection. Already, Veeam has made enhanced data protection a reality for more than 15,000 customers. And with v5 and vPower, Veeam takes data protection to a whole new level with • 100% reliability with SureBackup • 60-second RTOs with InstantRestore • And near-continuous data protection with SmartCDP Instant VM Recovery Let's say you have a 500 Gb Exchange server in your production environment, and an image-level backup of it is stored on network storage. If such a critical VM goes down, you need to get it back online as soon as possible so that your users are not affected. If you were using old tools, you would have to restore the entire 500 Gb VM from the backup first -- this means you would have to find spare storage and then wait for several hours while the image is extracted. But that is the old way -- with Veeam vPower and Instant VM Recovery, you can get your Exchange server back online in a few minutes or less. How? Instant VM recovery is a wizard-driven process -- you simply perform a few simple steps to get your VM back. With instant VM recovery, you do not have to extract the backup and copy it to production storage -- vPower allows you to boot the VM directly from the compressed and deduplicated backup file on any ESX host you choose. The backup itself remains in a read-only state -- all changes made to the VM while it is running are written to redo log files. Now, let's complete the recovery process. As you can see, here is our restored VM starting up. The VM itself is now running from the backup file, and users can access it -- so you actually have your 500GB production Exchange server running again on a "temporary spare" in less than a minute. You can now use Storage vMotion to move the VM back to the production datastore while users are still working with this "temporary spare". Or, if you do not have storage vMotion, you can replicate the VM and switch over to the replica during the next maintenance window using the built-in replication capabilities in Veeam Backup & Replication. Learn more at http://www.veeam.com/vmware-esx-backup.html
Views: 14449 Veeam
Activating Knowledge: Data-Driven Design
 
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Zigmund Rubel, Founder at Aditazz.com, addresses KA Connect Activating Knowledge: Data-Driven Design Zigmund Rubel, Founder, Aditazz Mr. Rubel is in the process of founding Aditazz, a business with a vision to leverage computer technology to improve the design and project delivery of healthcare buildings. Prior to starting Aditazz, Mr. Rubel was a Principal at Anshen + Allen Architects. Mr. Rubel is a nationally recognized contributor to the advancement of Integrated Project Delivery. He contributed to the AIA California Council's Definition Document on IPD as well as AIA National's IPD The Guide. He has spoken extensively about IPD as well as writing several articles on it. KA Connect is a community of AEC professionals driven to transform the way the industry organizes information and shares knowledge.
Views: 1012 MmurrayAditazz
Drag Queens, Sorry, 'Super Models' Advertise Horrible Car!
 
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This was a very famous advert in it's day, around 1993, not just for the stunning Batman/ Tim Burton production values, but this was the first time a product, any product had been advertised in this way; the girls really look wonderful, and Kate makes one her first high profile appearances. The girls are... Christy Turlington, Linda Evangelista, Naomi Campbell, Tatjana Patitz, & the new girl at the time Kate Moss. By the way, the car is the Vauxhaul Corsa, and I can say it's horrible as I've driven one ;-) Enjoy!
Views: 4741 Chillmax
How to Find the Cable
 
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After years your Product Base will contain thousands of Cables Designs. As the number raises finding the right cable for a customer becomes cumbersome. Let InnoVites help you to manage your product base and avoid creating duplicate designs
Views: 225 InnoVites InnoVites
2002 Toyota Tacoma TRD 2WD with Locker vs. 4WD - 4x4TV Tests
 
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2002 Toyota Tacoma TRD 2WD with Locker vs. 4WD - 4x4TV Tests SEE ALL OUR OVER 150 OTHER VIDEOS @ http://www.4x4TV.TV CONTACT ME at [email protected] Is this video we do our best to show the difference between a locked 2wd Toyota Tacoma and a 4wd Toyota Tacoma with the rear differential open. This video may not be a perfect comparison between the two but it is a question we often wondered about. You may notice that we had to drive them to get them stuck for the camera. You can see all our video tests, comparisons, product reviews, project vehicles, scenic backcountry adventures, and our coverage of extreme rock crawling events on our website http://www.4x4TV.TV/ All the videos on the 4x4TV website are categorized for easier viewing. Welcome to 4x4TV SEE ALL OUR OTHER VIDEOS @ http://www.4x4TV.TV CONTACT ME with questions at [email protected] http://www.4x4TV.TV first aired in 2001 with coverage of the beginning events in the Extreme Rock Crawling Championships. We still have lots of that classic footage that we will be putting up just to bring a tear to your eyes for the good old days. http://www.4x4TV.TV tested many factory four wheel drive vehicles during our early days and you can see the tests we did all categorized on our website. http://www.4x4TV.TV projected several amazing vehicles including Elsie, our beloved FJ60 that was my family cruiser and remains in the shop to this day - and until the day they plant me in the ground. We also restored and period projected a very nice FJ40 that ended up in the hands of a friend, "Bottle-a-day Dave." Anyone ever run across Dave Yarington (a rabid cruiser enthusiast - okay 'nut') please have him contact me. We also projected a great old Cherokee named Scofield (named after my friend who bought it new and explored many backroads in it). That Cherokee also still remains in my family, now driven by my son-in-law and most likely soon to be my Grandson's daily driver. Proof that good machines never die. http://www.4x4TV.TV also went on some incredible adventures, certainly our favorite thing to do. We traveled a lot of cool trails around southern California as well as the infamous (in the ATV world!) Piute Trail area and of course Moab. What we love most are the scenic trails! You can find them all listed on our website as well. http://www.4x4TV.TV had a few trail tips (which I hope to do more of), abad product reviews on both items for your rig as well as to make your trail experience better. Hope to see you out on the trail.
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Key Ratios in Travel Industry: Supply to Demand
 
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Supplying on time with the right product to meet the demand is vital for every business. What intelligence can be driven from the supply to demand ratio and what value does it provide to travel business? Follow us on: Twitter: http://twitter.com/triometric LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/triometric YouTube: http://youtube.com/triometric http://www.triometric.net/
Views: 248 Triometric
WSO2Con 2011 - Business Activity Monitoring in your SOA Environment
 
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Presentation done by Tharindu Mathew,Senior Software Engineer and Product Manager, WSO2 at WSO2Con 2011 http://wso2con.com
Views: 458 WSO2TechFlicks
True Blue - BlueLine Rental Works for You
 
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BlueLine Rental's True Blue Campaign   It's a weathered face, a working man's face, a BlueLine Rental customer, sincerely speaking about his business needs -- and who meets them. The underlying message of the new True Blue campaign is of, a trusted company, safe, affordable machinery brought to our customers with superior quality and service. But the campaign has shifted from product driven to customer driven. The new campaign still highlights the attributes of BlueLine Rental and the benefits of being a BlueLine Rental customer -- but now it's not us talking -- it's the customer. And we're listening. Instead of us telling them what we can bring to the table -- they tell us how we meet their needs. "BlueLine Rental Works for Me" We realize that the business we're all is difficult -- and even more difficult today. Everyone has to work harder than they ever did. We're bringing authenticity and reality to the playing field. It's part of the connection that we're building with our customers. We feel your pain and we're going to do everything we can to make it easier for you and your crew. "We know what it means to work hard". We have evolved our company reputation to one that listens to and truly relates to our hard working customers. BlueLine Rental helps you to get the job done because "BlueLine Rental Works for You."
Views: 2239 BlueLine Rental