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Reviewing the details of why a product or project launch will fail BEFORE the product actually launches. This is distinct in nature from a post-mortem, which FOLLOWS a failed product or project launch.
The group of product managers congregated in the kitchen to conduct a pre-mortem of the soon-to-be released cell phone device.
by shmoozle October 27, 2010
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1. The very last part of one's path.
2. Alternative way of spelling antemortem.
1. I hope your premortem breaths are worth the damn wait.
2. I just defined antemortem and premortem.
by hecajoda March 31, 2010
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An analysis or discussion of an event held before the incident occurred, especially in order to determine why it would be a failure.
A pre-mortem of your actions, will inspire you to plan ahead for the future.
by KIMCHIOTL May 28, 2018
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