Spiraling In: An on-schedule medical device project that failed miserably anyway

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Abstract
This case study of a medical monitor design project illustrates the importance of periodically standing back to revisit the product vision and its critical, measurable requirements.


What this is

This case study of a medical monitor design project illustrates the importance of periodically standing back to revisit the product vision and its critical, measurable requirements.


Why it's useful

This team's behavior was "by the book" - they followed their development process and solved critical problems in the high-risk design. However, the entire team (including senior management) forgot to monitor the project's "dashboard" -- the key requirements without which the product will fail to achieve its business goals.


How to use it

Read how the team's heroic efforts and apparent progress missed the mark, resulting in a cancelled project, and some hard-won lessons relevant to any project.


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