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What would you do to help a friend who had inadvertently taken an overdose of insulin? Why should your solution be beneficial?

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Insulin is the hormone released by your pancreas naturally when your blood sugar is high. Insulin causes all body cells to take up sugar, which lowers blood sugar. It also causes liver cells specifically to store excess sugar as ...

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1) Going back in history, what mistakes did Lilly make in its product development efforts?
2) Why were those mistakes made?
3) As you analyze what lessons Lilly needs to have learned from its past experience, apply those lessons to the innovation projects on Larry Ellingson's current agenda. Is he pursuing the right opportunities? What should he do to ensure the success of these efforts?

The case summarizes Eli Lilly's history of innovation in its business, describing how the dimensions along which innovations have been made in the industry have changed. Lilly's innovation strategy has been to pursue ever higher performance products, while others in the industry have pursued more convenient products. At the time of the case, Lilly is contemplating offering services, not just products, to diabetic patients.

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