Jeff Christian | The Critical Formula for Developing New Products
Jeff Christian started his career as a machinist. He then earned a degree in manufacturing engineering. Eventually, he graduated with a degree from the Stanford School of Business. During his stint at his company, Phoenix DeVentures), he emphasized a critical methodology for developing new products successfully. In fact, this method was so important that each time he started a new company the first thing he did was buy machining equipment and teach the engineers how to use it.
Join our conversation to hear the secret formula, from Jeff, a seasoned professional in the world of product development and manufacturing.
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