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This presentation presents different representations of the technology adoption lifecycle including Poisson games. This presentation is focused on product management and product strategy.

This presentation presents different representations of the technology adoption lifecycle including Poisson games. This presentation is focused on product management and product strategy.

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  • 1. So You Don’t Have a Market? Great!
    Poisson Games in Technology Adoptionby David Locke
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    Poisson Games in Technology Adoptionby David Locke