AIM Archives - Month: May 2018

How to Thrive in the “Suicide Quadrant”

How to Thrive in the Suicide Quadrant

Many companies struggle trying to enter new markets or introduce new technology. You can apply a new “de-risking” methodology to identify those "landmines” that could blow up your project. This approach not only gives teams a detailed roadmap to follow… it allows them to clearly communicate risk to management. ... Read More

Market-facing innovation routinely suffers from wrong facts and missing facts.

156 Facts and Myths

The #1 culprit for wrong facts is the untested assumption. Someone thinks the customer would like this or that, and the assumption morphs into a “fact” over time. A missing fact occurs when an important question is not answered. The overwhelming reason is… it’s never asked. With proper B2B customer interviews, you can avoid most wrong and missing facts.

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