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The Learning Curve of Successful Projects

Search, share and reapply lessons to improve odds of in-market success

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With shorter innovation life cycles and increased pressure to accelerate product launch dates, new product development teams are challenged by narrow timelines that reduce the opportunity to learn from prior launches. The result is a repeat of past mistakes and missed opportunities to gather valuable input to solve innovation challenges.

Teams who take the time to Search out previous work, Share critical lessons learned with their teams and Reapply those lessons to improve project plans have greater odds of in-market success. 

Let us help you find the power in your past so you can push forward to success.

Originally published on October 29th, 2014

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Topics: Innovation, Innovation Results, Innovation Results Transformation, Learning, Learning Organization, New Product Development, New Product Development Execution, Product Development

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Scott Gamble

Scott Gamble

Scott is a Director at Kalypso based in downtown Minneapolis where you can often find him riding city bike trails or at the MSP airport.
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