Innovation lessons from the kitchen of the "future"

08/16/2013 | Innovation For Growth blog

In 1969, Honeywell launched the first "kitchen computer" -- a colossal, $10,000 pedestal that helped housewives plan menus, as long as they could remember which binary codes represented different ingredients. The gadget didn't catch on -- a reminder, writes Tim Kastelle, that even the best ideas need good timing and market feedback in order to take root and thrive.

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