An Overview of the Stage Gate Process

An Overview of the Stage Gate Process

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An Overview of the Stage Gate Process (5 videos)

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Modules
  1. Stage One
  2. Stage Two
  3. Stage Three
  4. Stage Four
  5. Stage Five

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Module 1

Stage One

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Stage One includes a series of questions that help you to identify risk-free factors and verify your idea is both novel and commercially viable. The considerations include market need and existing competitive landscape.

Module 2

Stage Two

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Stage Two concerns Concept Definition. This step requires more in-depth research into the viability of the idea, with the goal of building a business case internally, and starting to answer some questions in the go-to-market plan.

Module 3

Stage Three

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Stage Three prepares you for prototyping. During this phase, creation feasibility is explored and product testing and experimenting begins. This stage tends to be time-consuming as many versions of the product are typically developed.

Module 4

Stage Four

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Stage Four moves product testing out of the workshop or lab, and into the intended market. This stage allows for user testing and validation and considers the correct approach for licencing partners. Learnings here are likely to inform the final product, as well as the go-to-market plan.

Module 5

Stage Five

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Stage Five considers the protection of the product and whether it can and should be patented. Research around existing patents is undertaken, and a legal strategy developed.