Strategy to Execute
Execute (ex · e · cute)
1) carry out or put into effect (a plan, order, or course of action).
After training on methods of creativity and innovation, your organization needs a system to prioritize and resource opportunities to execute with speed and precision.
Our Execute to Commercialize programs help organizations make the tradeoffs more effectively and deliver optimal value to your customers and end users.
The Innovation Garage also supports execution velocity by offering supplemental design services to augment your team; where, when and how best for your organization.
How do you build capability for your organization to execute more effectively?
Driving the Tactical and Disciplined Steps to Commercialize
Delivering execution to make the parts work, mesh and flow
Driving the tactics for the strategy
Concept & Product Development
What the product, process or service looks like.
System Design Architecture
Laying out how the pieces relate to each other.
Selecting the proper package design, materials and manufacturing processes.
How the current flows to make the solution work.
Software, Firmware & App development
Writing the bits & bytes to make the solution do something.
Designing for cost, supply chain, manufacturing, assembly & service. Putting all the pieces together in a reliable fashion at the right cost and quality.
Project, Program & Portfolio Management
Expertly driving the team, stakeholders, & suppliers to a schedule that ensures success.
We are Project Management Institute (PMI) Certified.
The Innovation Garage® team has experience leading projects & programs of complex systems, portfolios and large teams exceeding 100 globally.
Execute Services Delivered
- Design Thinking
- Concept Design
- Minimum Viable Prototype (MVP) Design
- Industrial Design
- System Design
- Mechanical Design
- Electrical Design
- Software, Firmware & App development
- Design for X
- Lean/Six Sigma
- Supply Chain
- Enterprise Savings Program Management
- PMI Certified Project Management
Industries and Markets
- Consumer Packaged Goods
- Contract Manufacturing
- Financial Self Service
- Food Science
- Food Safety
- First Responder Technology
- Medical Devices
- Hospital Networks and Technology
- Injection Molding
- Military Technology
- Manufacturing Design
- Polymer Engineering
- Metal Fabrication