Industry Connect: "Building an Effective Product:
People, Process and Innovation"

3rd Feb 2018 | 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm
PESIT Campus

Key Takeaways

1. What are the triggers we use to decide on productization? 

a. Strategic Fit: Is there a strong alignment to company’s strategic plan? 

b. Market Fit: Do we know what we want to build based on market landscape and key buying drivers?

c. Business Impact: Will it have significant, recurring positive impact to revenue and profitability? 

2. Innovation Process: 

a. Structured Innovation Approach: A structured process & set of tools people & companies use to create            products & services that deliver new value for their customers 

3. Career Progression: 

a. What are the roles and career opportunities in a Product Organization

About the Speaker

Nilesh Naik
Senior Engineering Director, Unisys

Nilesh Naik is a Senior Engineering Director, heading Application Products Development in Unisys. He leads research, development and support of application products developed by Unisys. Nilesh has an overall experience of more than 25 years, having been with Unisys for over 9 years. He enjoys mentoring and has a passion for Innovation. He has been instrumental in conceptualizing the flagship contest Cloud 20/20 which has been successfully running over the last 9 years. In the past, he has held a number of leadership roles including Product Management and Engineering Management. Nilesh holds an Engineering degree from University of Mumbai and is an alumnus of the London Business School.

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