Change Implementation Techniques for Forming Transitional Team, Creating Alignment, Maximizing Connectedness and Creativity

Technique 6.23 Multiplication

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Instead of taking away features, you might alter these features in some important way. Look at qualitative rather than quantitative changes. For example, Gillette's double bladed razor. They added more than an extra blade; it was set at a slightly different angle and resulted in raising the whiskers so that the other blade could cut them clearly.

Multiplication is used in the traditional product development method of seeking quantitative improvements, such as larger or sharper or additional parts. Properly applied, this pattern, with its altered copies of components, can reduce the chance of "more of the same" trap


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