Systematic Bias in Perceptions of Product Success (Classic Reprint)
Each type of success may occur independently of the others. A product may perform according to specifications but be neither coherent to users nor contribute to any new product. Likewise, a product my be coherent without performing well or contributing to future needs inside or outside the organization. A product may perform badly and be incoherent and yet be valuable as a source of parts for the development of new products. Finally.
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