Breaking the "curse of knowledge"

07/24/2009 | Harvard Business Review online

Companies know more about their products than their customers ever will. That can poison innovation efforts, Scott Anthony writes, because it leads to bad assumptions about how clients use a product. The antidote for this information overload is spending more time with customers, he writes, and learning more about what they actually know.

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