Locked-In Syndrome: What we can learn from Boeing’s 737 Max decisions

Radical Product

Locked-in Syndrome is common in organizations even when they’re seemingly doing all the right things (applying Lean and Agile to iteratively build their company and product). Boeing’s vision ( as stated on their website ) is to be the best in aerospace, and their 2025 goals revolve around market leadership and growth. In our everyday work, most likely we are applying Lean and Agile to measure and iterate based on feedback. The 737 was Boeing’s best-selling product.

What does the Fourth Industrial Revolution have to do with your product?

The Product Coalition

More directly related to product development, the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on the Future of Software and Society surveyed in 2015 more than 800 executives and experts of information technology around the globe and asked them about technology breakthroughs they believed would happen until 2025. Hint: It has a lot to do! It’s been a while since I was first introduced to the Fourth Industrial Revolution and its concepts.

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