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Building A Strong Innovation Pipeline

“Companies and government agencies often make the mistake of viewing innovation as a set of unconstrained activities with no discipline. In reality, for innovation to contribute to a company or government agency, it needs to be designed as a process from start to deployment.” These companies need to start prioritizing their innovation efforts before they reach the engineering stage. This way, the innovations that do reach engineering will already have substantial evidence because products and working prototypes will have already been tested.

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