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“Lots of promising potential that is, unfortunately, offset by a bewildering and complicated producdevelopment process , ”
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I have been working at Pall full-time (more than 8 years)Pros
Fantastic amount of internal talent.
Very broad market coverage that somewhat isolates Pall from the up and down cycles you see with companies that only sell into one or two markets.
Good cash reserves that allow them to aggressively develop solutions to address portfolio gaps.Cons
Huge amount of confusion in the engineering community caused by Pall"s Sage Gate Process, which is THE MOST complicated one I have ever seen.
Pall's Gate process doesn't work for novel products that have significant technical challenges that need to be solved before they would be commercially viable.
Zenophobic mentality makes it impossible to gather realistic and meaningful customer feedback early in the product development process....................historically pall spends years developing a product before it is ever shown to anyone outside the company. Pall management recognizes that this needs to be improved, but they have not implemented disclosure strategies the would allow allow marketing or engineering to gather reliable customer feedback early in the development process.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Pall's ultimate mission is to offer solutions that allow our customers separate, purify or concentrate product. Our endgame is not to fill in all the boxes on the myriad of checklists that are in the stage gate process.
Simplify the Stage gate Development process and publish exemplary examples that will be used as guides for future gate submissions.
Hire project managers whose sole purpose is to move projects through the gate process.RecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO