Onsite Product Development (OPD) Training and Coaching is tailored to induce a culture of creative thinking, appreciation of the concept of strategic innovation and instituting a structured & efficient product development process at company level. OPD training and coaching will be conducted through guided practical sessions, mentoring and counseling. These sessions are informed by findings of a product development company appraisal that is conducted ahead of the session. Learners engage in a practical appraisal of their products guided by their business orientation, they generate market intelligence out of market insight, draw inferences from the same in firming-up business opportunities. This propels them into a journey of informed product realization from proposal generation ideation to prototype appraisal. The OPD Company Coaching will also assist companies in establishing production and marketing infrastructure necessary for effective product realization.
Onsite PD Activities
1. Company PD Performance Audit
Company Product Development Review (Diagnosis)
Company Product Development (Recommendations)
2. Intervention Design
Development of possible interventions to established gaps
Evaluation of proposed intervention on product development capability of the firm
Generation of an action plan.
The onsite company coaching offers individualized attention to training needs of participating companies at their work premises hence helping in the application of lessons learnt during the informative product development training. In addition, the session offers:
Cost efficacy: Bringing on aboard other members of the companies engaged in product development at no extra cost
Customized: The onsite training also provides a forum to offer customized learning solutions that matched specific needs of companies hence making the training more targeted and effective.
Convenient: Less time is spent out of office by staff; business environment is known to all attendees making it easy for them to apply knowledge acquired into their work as the interrogate their operations.
Confidentiality: Gives participants the opportunity to talk openly and the freedom to ask questions they would not be comfortable to raise in a public set-up.