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As an innovation leader, you often face situations whereby choosing a certain track yields several opportunities. In such moments, it can be difficult to choose which of the ideas to take forward first, and it may prove especially challenging to get your team on-board with your choice. In this article, we will look at one of the prioritization methods that we recommend to our clients.

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VERTICAL METHOD

As an innovation leader, you often face situations whereby choosing a certain track yields several opportunities. In such moments, it can be difficult to choose which of the ideas to take forward first, and it may prove especially challenging to get your team on-board with your choice. In this article, we will look at one of the prioritization methods that we recommend to our clients.

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So, you have decided to start an open innovation project. You have found a perfect partner to pursue your idea with. You have had the first meeting and even broadly discussed the potential price of your joint service for the end-users. It looks like working together will be the everlasting honeymoon. What could possibly go wrong?

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