The R&D department will sometimes use a part of the extra budget that has been allocated to a project to complete shelved projects that are not too far from completion. This behavior is emphasized by two factors: (1) teams over-spending in R&D because they use estimations from on-line queries; (2) "budget required for completion" that decreases over time because of additional R&D capabilities gained by completing new projects.
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