Good news. The Global Innovation 1000 study is back. In fact, last year was the 10th anniversary of this study which is of so much interest to innovation experts. The study was launched by Booz & Co. 10 years ago, and it has been continued, by Strategy&, the new name for Booz which was acquired by PwC last April.
Actually, the results of the 2014 study came out last November. Maybe you read them and digested them at that time. But if you didn’t, stay tuned! I’ve gone over the report and excerpted highlights that I believe will be of the most interest to professional innovators. I’m calling these “InfoBytes” and will be publishing five of them over the next five weeks.
Naturally,you can still find a complete write-up of the study at the Strategy& website. (Strategy&). The full name of the study is 2014 Global Innovation 1000: Proven paths to innovation success. But sometimes it’s useful to have an editor excerpt the most relevant information! Here is a list of the sections I have selected:
2014 Global Innovation 1000: Proven paths to innovation success
Report from Strategy& (formerly Booz & Co.)
InfoByte #1---The overall rate of global R&D spending in 2014
InfoByte #2—Where China stands on the R&D investment
InfoByte #3— Top 10 innovators versus top 10 R&D spenders
InfoByte #4—The correlation between innovation and R&D spending
InfoByte #5 –Predictions from top innovation executives