product developmentnoun

  • ja商品開発
  • enthe process of creating or improving a product or service and managing it during all stages from design through marketing

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Cook occupies a position in business that arguably, no other person does.
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Apple has actually performed better financially under Tim Cook than it had under Steve Jobs.
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So he has a lot of wind behind his sails, if you will, to be able to be in the vanguard.
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And he wants to use it so that his legacy isn't just supply chains and product development
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but also potentially, a different way that companies can behave in the world and affect real change.
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But obviously, going public is a hugely— an all consuming process for any chief executive,
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so it's hard to imagine how Jack Dorsey is really going to do both.
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Have they said anything at Twitter about how he's going to manage his time?
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They haven't done a sort of announcement about how he'll spend his days, which they did actually last time.
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A few years ago, he returned to Twitter while still leading Square as executive chairman,
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and he was overseeing product development.
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And at the time, he said, "You know, I'll spend 8 hours a day at Twitter, 8 at Square."
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We are fundamentally rethinking our whole product development.
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Traditionally, in our industry, it's been about producing the product, the thing.
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Now, we are very much thinking, "What experience do we wanna provide the customer?"
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As we put our stories around our brands, we use proprietary consumer insights
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to give us a real, clear sense of what audiences and fans of our brands really want.
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They help guide us in our product development and in our storytelling.
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We create immersive entertainment experiences around those brands.
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I think the big differentiator with our company versus the other companies out there
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is they spend millions and millions of dollars on product development to make a product for 1 cent.
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They wanna make the cheapest product as humanly possible.
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And they don't really look at the health ramifications or the healthiness of it.
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It's really just how cheap and high-volume.