Failure to Launch: How to Prioritize Your Product Launches

Posted by Matt Singer on February 17, 2020

This post is the second in a multipart series.

In a previous post, we explored how new products aren’t created equally and how to determine the best approach to launching them. We talked about how launches should be prioritized based on answering a couple of questions: How compelling is the new product’s value proposition from the customer’s perspective? How large is the realistic, addressable market opportunity for this product?


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Sales vs. Marketing: Relieving the Tension to Create a Successful Product Launch

Posted by Andy Kach on August 18, 2015

At most companies, natural tension exists between sales and marketing. That can be a positive as it drives additional value and critical thinking, but the two groups still have to work very collaboratively in general—and particularly to execute a successful product launch. One of the biggest challenges I have seen in launching a med device product (as referenced in my colleague Brian's last post) is when these two groups work in silos or different directions prior to a product launch. The expectation always exists that the two groups will come together to put out the right messages and promotions to the intended audience, but when little collaboration exists, it can lead to poor results and ultimately to counterproductive finger pointing when things don’t go to plan


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