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- Feb 20, 2018

What are the six factors that lead to greater innovation success?

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

What factors are in play that leads to your innovation success? Associated Environmental Systems is an innovator in the environmental test chamber market. The number one factor that has lead to innovation success is our work with customers. We actively bring our customers into the design process to establish the rigorous requirements of their products. From this, we extrapolate the test and design requirements for a new test chamber.

Jeffery Phillips, @ovoinnovation, who wrote, Relentless Innovation, and has an active blog called Innovate on Purpose, recently shared this: I've been thinking a lot about why innovation fails. Not about why supposedly innovative new products fail because there are multiple reasons for the failure of a new product. It could be too early or too late in the market window, or it could simply have the wrong pricing or distribution. A new product may lack key features or components, or like some successful products take years to build an audience.

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