R&D strategy and portfolio management

Are you world class at managing your Research and Development strategy and innovation?


Perform a detailed evaluation of you R&D strategy and portfolio management on the following areas :

  • Strategy and roadmaps, including
    • Innovation Strategy, including Open innovation 
    • Technology and customer roadmaps
    • Standardisation and modularity
    • Methodology and standardisation
  • R&D portfolio, including
    • Idea and project Portfolio
    • Ideation process
    • Intellectual Property
    • Product Portfolio

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Evaluation of 36 practices of Research and Development strategy and portfolio management
Pyramidal structure of 2 areas and 8 sub-areas, giving both a detailed and a consolidated assessment

The evaluation uses the Wevalgo  R&D strategy and portfolio management framework

 R&D strategy and portfolio management assessment

Summary description of the questionnaire

Strategy and roadmaps

  • Innovation strategy: how is the strategy defined and with what level of detail? What are the objectives and plans for implementation?
  • Technology and customer roadmaps: how are customer needs and new technologies anticipated and formalized in roadmaps? Are its roadmaps shared and made consistent?
  • Standardisation and modularity: how are the different systems, components or parts standardised in order to reduce development times and costs (R&D of manufactured products or project engineering)?
  • Standardisation of methods: how scientific methods (characterisation, formulation...) are standardised (scientific R&D; biology, chemistry...)?

Innovation portfolio

  • Portfolio of ideas and projects: how are the different projects prioritized at each stage (idea, feasibility, project...)
  • Ideation process: how are new ideas stimulated and managed?
  • Intellectual property: how does R&D protect its inventions and monitor the patent market?
  • Product portfolio: how the life cycle of products already on the market is analysed and used as an input for R&D?

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