At the recent 2016 Global Innovation Summit in London, the Global Federation of Competitiveness Councils released their latest publication, Innovative and Sustainable Cities: Best Practices in Competitiveness Strategy.
The publication includes examples of best practices in innovation, competitiveness, and productivity from GFCC members around the world, and as the Canadian member of the group, GO Productivity is proud to have a submission included.
Prepared by our own Ron Subramanian, GO Productivity’s submission, titled Priority and Design of an Effective Innovation Ecosystem, focuses on the need for more holistic measures of productivity, competitiveness, and improvement, with a special regard for the human factor in all this work.
In addition to the best practice paper, the submission includes an interview with Adil Dhalla, Chief Executive Officer of the Centre for Social Innovation, the home of GO Productivity’s Toronto office.
To learn more about GO Productivity’s participation at the 2016 Global Innovation Summit, please check out our earlier blog post.