There are many.
One of which is this: Philosophers do not keep a sufficient eye out for when a field or topic has become largely ‘emptied out’–where most of the useful work has been done. I’d argue that this is where feminist epistemologies of science are today. And I have been arguing for 10 years that environmental ethics needed to a) become environmental philosophy (a shift that has largely occurred) and b) make a policy turn (largely not).
On the other side, it is possible for philosophical movements to become abortive–to end while there is still rich work to be done. Existentialism and phenomenology fall into that category, I believe.