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"What it takes to innovate"

Fortune magazine last issue (March 7th, 2005) is dedicated to "The world's most admired companies". Fortune took the opportunity to ask Hay Group to conduct a special survey on innovation. Hay Group polled 160 companies on the subject of innovation, which is one of the nine attributes on which the world's most admired companies rankings are based.

The three best rated companies on the innovation topic are :

  • FedEx
  • Procter & Gamble
  • Alcoa

"Innovation is not something you can simply invoke or turn on or off" says Hays Group vice president Mel Stark. Hays study suggests instead it takes a stable environment made of discipline and organisation.

Full article can be read at : www.fortune.com/fortune/mostadmired/articles/0,15114,1032462,00.html

Posted by Bernard Buisson on March 9, 2005 at 08:00 AM in Article reviews | Permalink


As per my knowlwdge as well ur artical "INNOVATION" is a differentiator which will create a new ocean of new customer as well New Market With New stretagy with New market demand.

Posted by: karan shah | Apr 28, 2008 9:53:43 PM

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