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Implementing Innovation – Spaghetti on the Ceiling Doesn’t Fly

How often does a product or service make it out of the boiling water and onto the plate? Much more than one might expect when put in context of typical entrepreneurial and commercialization analysis.

In a recent study called, “Implementing Innovation and Technical Change” we see that in design and new product development 31% of rojects were cancelled before completion, 3% had overrun their costs and budgets, and only 12% of 3,682 projects surveyed were on-time and on budget. More revealing were which of these were breakthrough and industry changing – more than expected when utilizing specific sketch to ship disruptive design and new product development techniques.

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