A breakthrough project is a product development effort that strives to bring a new product to the market with new technologies, departing significantly from existing organizational practices, and having a high level of risk. Breakthrough projects are often referred to as radical or disruptive. While traditional product development efforts focus on incremental improvements to existing products, breakthrough projects aim to create something entirely new. This can be a daunting task, but the rewards can be great. For organizations, successful breakthrough projects can lead to increased market share, improved profitability, and customer loyalty. For individuals, working on a breakthrough project can provide an opportunity to learn new skills and build experience in cutting-edge technologies. However, because of the high level of risk involved, not every breakthrough project is successful. When undertaking a breakthrough project, it is important to carefully assess the risks and potential rewards before proceeding.