Consultant’s Guide to Productization: How To Productize Consulting Services

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Productization is a hot topic today. What could be better than packaging your consulting services into products? Productizing your consulting services can be an incredibly profitable move. But productization doesn’t come without risk. Consultant’s Guide to Productization: How To Productize Consulting Services is a post from: Consulting Success. Consulting Articles Consulting Products productization productized services

Productivity Boost for Consultants

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How To Productize Consulting Services with John Warrillow: Podcast #55

Consulting Success

To productize consulting services and build a sellable company, the ultimate challenge is to try to find something that you offer which is truly unique to what you do. How To Productize Consulting Services with John Warrillow: Podcast #55 is a post from: Consulting Success.

Product Roadmap Explained

Tom Spencer

In the context of project management, a roadmap can span across multiple timelines for continuous product development. Why do you need a product roadmap? The same goes for creating new products or services. They have designed a product roadmap as below: Components of a Roadmap.

How to Stay Productive Working from Home

Tom Spencer

As my firm and project team have adjusted to working from home, I’ve compiled a list of best practices that have helped me maximize my productivity during this strange time.

4 Simple Steps to Productivity

Women in Consulting

Improving Productivity Feels GREAT. :: Did you know that achieving more productivity is pretty simple? Here are his four steps to improve your productivity: Step 1 – Write down your task. Have a productivity buddy.

PM Interview Question – Give an Example of a Good Product and Not so Good Product

Tom Spencer

Give me an example of a good product and not so good product. This product management (PM) interview question tests whether you understand product design principles. Is your evaluation of products guided by principles of good design? Interviews Product management

Product Market Expansion Matrix

Tom Spencer

The product-market expansion matrix may prove useful in the consulting case interview and is relevant when considering growth strategies. Market penetration can be pursued through a combination of initiatives relating to pricing, product, placement and promotion (see “ Four P’s Framework ”).

How to Assess Entry-Level Product Manger Positions

Tom Spencer

Associate Product Manager (APM) positions are well known in Silicon Valley as rotational, mentorship-focused programs designed to accelerate the careers of young aspiring product managers. how invested the company is in your product. Before the Interview Product management

Heidi Grant Halvorson on The Most Productive Mindset

The Clever Consultant

All the self-help and productivity books in the world can’t help you get more accomplished if you don’t get your mind in a good place first. Continue reading → Productivity Heidi Grant Halvorson need for achievement practicing mind Scott Adams

The digital difference in measuring production performance

McKinsey

Measuring production performance digitally—and acting on the insights—can give a kick to the bottom line and be the first step on a digital transformation journey.

5 Secrets for Improved Productivity

Tom Spencer

Making the most of each one will help you to become more productive and, ultimately, achieve your goals. There are many different ingredients that combine to determine your productivity including the time of day, physical environment, your level of motivation, as well as your innate ability to stay focused. Whatever your natural tendencies, there are a number of common sense strategies that can help you be as productive as possible. Silence can be productivity’s best friend.

Solving the productivity puzzle

McKinsey

New research uncovers how three waves collided to create historically low productivity growth but finds the potential for it to recover to 2 percent or more. Meeting Society’s Expectations

Productized Services: Strategy or Implementation?

Kai Davis

A productized service can be focused on strategy, on implementation, or on strategy + implementation. The easiest productized services to start with, market, and sell are ones that are focused on implementation. Looking to get started offering a productized service?

The product management talent dilemma

McKinsey

Despite product managers’ central roles in software organizations, they are often neglected from a talent-management perspective. Four levers can address this industry-wide challenge. High Tech Insights

The productivity imperative in services: Introduction

McKinsey

The key to preserving—or increasing—margins in a period of strong growth is to improve productivity. Insights on Operations

Modular construction: From projects to products

McKinsey

Shifting construction away from traditional sites and into factories could dramatically change the way we build. Will modular construction make a sustainable impact this time around? Insights on Capital Projects & Infrastructure

Special Discussion on Starting Consulting Services Organizations Within Product Companies

Steve Shu Consulting

These are companies that are essentially independent from product vendors. However, there are a number of companies that provide consulting or professional services as part of product companies (e.g., here’s the benefit and features of our product – its the best”).

The opportunity in government productivity

McKinsey

Raising productivity could save $3.5 Governments face a pressing question: How to do more with less? trillion a year—or boost outcomes at no extra cost. Our Insights

Products and platforms: Is your technology operating model ready?

McKinsey

The right approach centers teams on tech products and platforms, focuses them on business goals, and helps them prioritize technology work. Forming an integrated technology model creates value but can be hard to do.

Improving construction productivity

McKinsey

McKinsey research finds seven levers can fix construction’s productivity problem, but they require a new approach from all players. We heard from industry leaders about which barriers to change are most likely to fall first. Our Insights

Assessment: How Productive Are You?

Harvard Business

As a coach and mentor focusing on productivity, I’ve heard this complaint hundreds of times, from managers and officials across the world. Productivity has many aspects. Productivity Time management Digital Article

Productivity transformation for US regional banks

McKinsey

Scale advantages are emerging for the largest US banks; their regional peers need to build highly efficient delivery models in order to compete. Insights on Financial Services

How generative design could reshape the future of product development

McKinsey

Smart algorithms won’t just lead to better products—they could redefine how product development is done. Insights on Operations

Don’t Let Your Obsession with Productivity Kill Your Creativity

Harvard Business

Creativity Productivity Digital ArticleThink outside the timebox.

Healthcare Companies We’re Watching, and Productivity Hacks

Harvard Business

Youngme, Felix, and Mihir discuss compelling healthcare companies and productivity hacks. Financial markets Business models Productivity Audio

Are You Productive Enough?

Harvard Business

Productive: “Achieving or producing a significant amount of result.” ” As a time management coach, I’m keenly aware that you could answer the question “Am I productive enough?” I’m also familiar with the fact that individuals fall on a productivity spectrum. One person’s maximum productivity for a certain role in a particular environment could look vastly different from another person’s.

Productivity, Robots, China, Growth

MishTalk

You are more productive than ever. Congratulations. Just don''t expect to be paid more for it. In reality, some machine is doing all that for you.

Don’t Let Perfection Be the Enemy of Productivity

Harvard Business

Productivity Decision making Psychology Digital ArticleThree ways perfectionists self-sabotage.

The end of ownership for fashion products?

McKinsey

Business models capitalizing on preowned, refurbished, or rented products have hit the fashion market. The industry needs to pay attention as these models continue to evolve. Retail Insights

The productivity imperative for healthcare delivery in the United States

McKinsey

Improving productivity in healthcare delivery could change this dynamic without harming patient care. Healthcare is a key component of the US economy, but healthcare spending increases consistently outstrips GDP growth.

Stop Letting Push Notifications Ruin Your Productivity

Harvard Business

Productivity Digital ArticleDo Not Disturb.

Taking the measure of product development

McKinsey

Is the way you measure product-development performance harming your company’s health? New research suggests that it might be. Insights on Operations

Solving the productivity puzzle

McKinsey

As more companies adopt and learn through digital solutions, and as new forms of employment and investment opportunities strengthen the demand recovery, we expect productivity growth to recover, write James Manyika and Myron Scholes in Project Syndicate.

183:  Marcey Rader—How To Maximize Your Productivity Without Hurting Your Health

On the Brink Podcast

During her 16 years in business, she always positioned herself as the go-to person to help staff become more efficient and productive. Learn how to perform at your peak without making yourself sick! Marcey Rader changed her life and wants to help you do the same.

How predictive analytics can boost product development

McKinsey

Complex product-development projects are plagued by schedule slips and cost overruns. The up-front application of advanced and predictive analytics helps companies build plans they can stick to. High Tech Insights

Productive Conversations Take Real Empathy

Harvard Business

How to demonstrate it, even when you’re upset. Difficult conversations Managing people Digital Article