Recent changes in the financial services industry have placed unprecedented pressure on senior managers to develop and launch new services. Presents the results of a study into the development activities of new financial services through a comparison of successful and unsuccessful new services. It was discovered that the development activities are more rigorous and comprehensive for successful new services than for failures. Institutions which used a systematic process of well‐defined development stages tended to have higher chances of successful outcomes.
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