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Clayton M. Christensen
Illustrates how a new management team at Medtronic's Cardiac Pacemaker business reversed a steep decline in market share by adopting certain management principles for new product development: clarifying strategy, aggregating project planning, accommodating the number of projects to match development capacity, and establishing a platform/derivative product architecture, and others. This case is useful in both MBA courses and executive programs.
Keywords: Management Teams;
Innovation and Management;
Medical Devices and Supplies Industry;
Christensen, Clayton M. "We've Got Rhythm! Medtronic Corporation's Cardiac Pacemaker Business." Harvard Business School Case 698-004, July 1997.
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