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What Our Clients Say:

“Kevin analysed our team-building workshop, participating as a production facilitator. With the knowledge he gained he was able to spin off 15 different modules that we could offer as Continuous Improvement Program mini-sessions.”

- Bob Presner, Beyond the Box

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Product Management

Offer what customers need. Are you selling a product you know how to make or a service you want to deliver?

Is it what your customers need or expect?

Products

Customer Advisory Sessions

Listening to your current and prospective customers can reveal their joy and their pain. It can focus you on what they expect, and what they value. It can help you find untapped potential.

Growth Path can help align your offering with your target markets - by listening, and asking all the right questions. We can distill what you should do, from what you can do. Then we'll help you redesign your portfolio to capitalize on what you do best, with a customer-centric focus. 

Competitive Analysis & Pricing Strategy

Growth Path ensures that your products and services are clearly differentiated, with value propositions important to your target markets. Pricing must meet market expectations - and remain profitable. By focusing on what your customers seek, we can help create a low-competition/high-value offering.

Productizing Services

Are you primarily a service provider and think that Product Management isn't for you? Then you need to speak with us on the value of Productization. Services can often be packaged in a way that is both easily understood by the customer, and ensures profitability for you. In the course of establishing your service package, we define deliverables, timelines, and cost/price. This creates services easily understood by your customers - taking the risk out for them. By proofing delivery, we clearly establish all the costs inherent for you - eliminating the risk there too.

Best of all, productizing services doesn't change what you do well - merely how you sell it.

For more comments and thoughts, check out our blogs on Product Management here.

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