A Promising Future for Government-Driven Innovation

A Promising Future for Government-Driven Innovation

By Fouad Bendris

During the 20th century Governments and public agencies such as NASA played a major role in the innovation chain. The Internet itself was born through public programs, just as GPS and many other game-changing technologies.

But in recent years, questions arose over the efficiency of public efforts, challenged by smart, dynamic, powerful corporations such as Google, on the one hand, or bottom-up and open source models, on the other hand !

Fouad Bendris’s insight:
The existence of an existing (strong) platform for government driven innovation remains a must. But it is not enough. I think the future winner will originate from a country that has the some fundamental elements in place (said Stefan Lindegaard) …

Source:: Strategy & Governance

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