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Adgistics Commitment to Product Development Results in Growth

19 July 2013 | 12:42 pm Adgistics, the Brand Value Management specialist with clients featured on the Nasdaq-100 and Fortune 500 indices, has strengthened its development team and commitment to developmen http://finance.yahoo.com/news/adgistics-commitment-product-development-results-124200946.html

Infor highlights life-cycle management at IFT

19 July 2013 | 10:05 am Infor is life-cycle management software that streamlines product development, minimizes production cost and ensures regulatory compliance. http://www.foodproductiondaily.com/Processing/Infor-highlights-life-cycle-management-at-IFT

BioTime Subsidiary LifeMap Sciences Announces Publication of Research Report Describing LifeMap Discovery

18 July 2013 | 1:00 pm LifeMap Sciences, Inc., a subsidiary of BioTime, Inc. , announced today that the LifeMap has been documented in a published paper authored by LifeMap Sciences research and development team. http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/biotime-subsidiary-lifemap-sciences-announces-130000372.html

The Innovator's Toolkit: 50+ Techniques for Predictable and Sustainable Organic Growth (Hardcover) tagged “product development” 7 times

27 June 2013 | 5:29 pm The Innovator's Toolkit: 50+ Techniques for Predictable and Sustainable Organic Growth The Innovator’s Toolkit: 50+ Techniques for Predictable and Sustainable Organic Growth (Hardcover)By 44 used and new from $4.69 Customer Rating: 4.8 Customer tags: innovation(15), product development(7), new product development(7), leadership tools(6), business(5), innovation book(5), management(5), strategy(4), business strategy(3), front end(2), creativity, business growth opportunities http://www.amazon.com/The-Innovators-Toolkit-Predictable-Sustainable/dp/0470345357?tag=nmz-20

Managing the Design Factory (Hardcover) tagged “product development” 5 times

6 November 2012 | 3:42 pm Managing the Design Factory Managing the Design Factory (Hardcover)By Donald G. Reinertsen Buy new: $23.04119 used and new from $0.12 Customer Rating: 4.8 Customer tags: product development(5), industrial design(3), management(3), lean(3), product management(2), business(2), lean product development(2) http://www.amazon.com/Managing-Design-Factory-Donald-Reinertsen/dp/0684839911?tag=nmz-20

Create Your Own Best-Selling Product In Under 7 Days (Kindle Edition) tagged “product development” 11 times

23 August 2012 | 9:36 pm Create Your Own Best-Selling Product In Under 7 Days Create Your Own Best-Selling Product In Under 7 Days (Kindle Edition)By Joel Williams Buy new: $4.97 Customer Rating: 4.8 Customer tags: product development(11), information product(11), how to create an informational product(10), product creation(10), ebook creation(8), create an ebook(8), develop a product(7), create product(7), research methods(6), business(4), business advice(2), build your business(2) http://www.amazon.com/Create-Best-Selling-Product-Under-ebook/dp/B007B4N8WU?tag=nmz-20

The Principles of Product Development Flow: Second Generation Lean Product Development (Hardcover) tagged “product development” 7 times

10 December 2011 | 9:19 pm The Principles of Product Development Flow: Second Generation Lean Product Development The Principles of Product Development Flow: Second Generation Lean Product Development (Hardcover)By Donald G. Reinertsen Buy new: $28.8246 used and new from $20.73 Customer Rating: 4.8 Customer tags: lean(8), lean product development(8), product development(7), agile(6), project management(5), management(5), flow(3), agile software development(2), npd best practice(2), leadership, excellence, facebook http://www.amazon.com/The-Principles-Product-Development-Flow/dp/1935401009?tag=nmz-20

The Art of Product Management: Lessons from a Silicon Valley Innovator (Paperback) tagged “product development” 5 times

14 September 2011 | 3:14 pm The Art of Product Management: Lessons from a Silicon Valley Innovator The Art of Product Management: Lessons from a Silicon Valley Innovator (Paperback)By Rich Mironov Buy new: $18.7632 used and new from $8.23 Customer Rating: 4.8 Customer tags: product management(8), product development(5), innovation(5), software development(4), agile(4), startups(4), pricing(4), pdm, organizations, product marketing, customer requirements, a bit overrated http://www.amazon.com/The-Art-Product-Management-Innovator/dp/1439216061?tag=nmz-20

The Effect of Weather on your Product Development | Product …

16 July 2013 | 11:50 pm Weather can be a determining factor for you Product Development idea. Product Development affected by the slow economy. Chinese Market is the leader in product development ideas. Hello there readers! Hopefully summer  http://premierbrandsinc.com/the-effect-of-weather-on-your-product-development/

Shared Context in Product Development and the How of Why …

16 July 2013 | 7:19 pm Product development doesn't come without its fair share of strong points of view, impassioned debates and occasional yelling. These disagreements don't result from team members wanting to do the wrong thing. Instead  http://venturegeneratedcontent.com/2013/07/16/shared-context-in-product-development-and-the-how-of-why/

Survivorship Bias and Product Development | Java Code Geeks

15 July 2013 | 7:00 pm Survivorship Bias and Product Development. by Mark Needham on July 15th, 2013 | Filed in: Software Development. A couple of months ago I came across an interesting article by the author of 'You Are Not So Smart' about a fallacy known as  http://www.javacodegeeks.com/2013/07/survivorship-bias-and-product-development.html

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  1. Why Are Atheists In This Section Saying That My Religion Is Not A Religion When It Is? My religion is the religion of atheism, and it greatly saddens me when atheists insist that it is not a religion. We, as rational individuals, all know its true. Atheism is indeed picking a side, choosing a religion based on what they believe. I’ve heard their rejoinders: If atheism is a religion, then not playing baseball is a sport. Or, atheism is to religion what bald is to hair color. Why are they attempting to deceive themselves and others of our religion by denying our religion?

    A religion doesn’t have to posit a god who must be identified or worshiped. Some religions are polytheistic (Hinduism, Mormonism), some monotheistic (Judaism, Christianity, Islam), some non-theistic (Buddhism). I’d say many adherents of our religion of atheism are “anti-theistic.” But our atheism is religious nonetheless. Consider this:

    We have our worldview. Materialism (the view that the material world is all there is) is the lens through which a lot of our atheist adherents view the world. Many interpret all data within the very narrow worldview of materialism.

    We have our own orthodoxy. Orthodoxy is a set of beliefs acceptable to a faith community. Just as there are orthodox Christian beliefs, there is an atheist orthodoxy as well. In brief, it is that EVERYTHING can be explained as the product of unintentional, undirected, purposeless evolution. No truth claim is acceptable if it cannot be subjected to scientific scrutiny.

    We have our own brand of apostasy. Apostasy is to abandon one’s former religious faith. Antony Flew was for many years one of the world’s most prominent atheists. And then he did the unthinkable: he changed his mind. You can imagine the response of the “open-minded, tolerant” New Atheist movement. Flew was vilified. Richard Dawkins accused Flew of “tergiversation.” It’s a fancy word for apostasy. By their own admission, then, Flew abandoned their “faith.”

    We have our own prophets: Nietzsche, Russell, Feuerbach, Lenin, Marx.

    We have their own messiah: He is, of course, Charles Darwin. Darwin – drove the definitive stake through the heart of theism by providing a comprehensive explanation of life that never needs God as a cause or explanation. Daniel Dennett has even written a book seeking to define religious faith itself as merely an evolutionary development.

    We have our own preachers and evangelists. Dawkins, Dennett, Harris, and Hitchens (Speaking of which are NOT out to ask that atheism be given respect. They are seeking converts. They are preaching a “gospel” calling for the end of theism.

    We have faith. That’s right, faith. Some of our adherents would have you believe the opposite. Atheist writings ridicule faith, condemn faith. Harris’s book is called The End of Faith. It is a faith-based enterprise. The existence of God cannot be proven or disproven. To deny it takes faith. Evolution has no explanation for why our universe is orderly, predictable, measurable. In fact evolutionary theory has no rational explanation for why there is such a thing as rational explanation. There is no accounting for the things they hope you won’t ask: Why do we have self-awareness? What makes us conscious? From what source is there a universal sense of right and wrong? We just take such unexplained things by … faith.

    So why are they still saying that our religion is not a relgiion when it is? please my fellow adherents, don’t deny our religion.

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    Could Someone Grade My Practice SAT Essay? I wrote a practice essay for the SAT today, and I would really appreciate it if someone could grade it and provide feedback. Thank you in advance!

    Prompt: Do people have to be highly competitive to succeed?

    The following is my essay, copied verbatim from my paper:

    Nature is characterized by competition. As detailed in Charles Darwin’s The Origin of Species, natural selection ensures that species with traits beneficial to survival will pass them on to their offspring, while inferior species perish over time. In nature, animals compete for food; in society, humans compete for success. Competition has defined human history for centuries, and people must be as competitive as possible to succeed; otherwise, they will fall to the more competitive. Throughout history, there have been many cases that testify to this fact.

    In the mid-18th century, the First Industrial Revolution began in the United Kingdom. The development of water-power textile mills, the steam engine, and the manifestation of mass production of goods drastically changed standards of living in Great Britain. The UK drew upon its vast coal reserves to power its factories and transportation as the 1700s gave way to the 1800s, and they made increasing use of iron ore. Soon, the UK became Europe’s leader in technology, innovation, and industry, and other European countries such as France began to notice. By the mid- to late 1800s, not were the British an industrial power, but also the French and the Germans had industrialized and were catching up to British imperial might. Soon, nations all over Europe sought to industrialize and seize precious natural resources from Asian and African colonies to feed their industrial machines. The competitiveness of Western European nations during the 1700s and 1800s led to Europe’s becoming the most advanced and developed continent on Earth, and to this day Europe remains highly influential. Had the French, Germans, and other continental Europeans not competed with the UK during the Industrial Revolution, the UK would be the clear leader in Europe today, and the rest of Europe would be nowhere near as wealthy.

    Another testament to the role of competitiveness in success is the Asian economic boom in the post-WWII years. After WWII, much of Europe and Asia lay in ruins. Asia had suffered from years of destructive Japanese rule. However, in Taiwan, Singapore, and South Korea (the Asian Tigers), the people and their leaders wanted build great and economically powerful states to compete with the West in the global economy. For over 3 decades, the Asian Tigers, Japan, and other East and Southeast Asian countries saw annual GDP growth of 7-8% thanks to export-driven economic development funded primarily by governments that desired to force their way into the global market. Japan was particularly successful, pumping money into its auto industry and creating new electronics to claim the lion’s share of the global market in these products. If the Asian nations had not had the competitive spirit to challenge Western economic dominance, they would not be as economically successful as they are today.

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