Future of Innovation 2011 — Special Report — Does Innovation Guarantee National Success? – CNBC

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This morning’s breakfast reading, wondering what it all means for the future of creativity. (Innovation needs creativity = new ideas and new decisions.)

Morning questions:  What does National success mean? Does happiness or satisfaction factor in to these rankings?  What about creativity, the ability and invitation to contribute new ideas and make new decisions, do you think creativity should overtly be factored into rankings of national success?  Why or why not?

Future of Innovation 2011 — Special Report — Does Innovation Guarantee National Success? – CNBC.

Top 10 Innovative Countries according to Booz & Company’s Global Innovation Index: Switzerland, Sweden, Singapore, Hong Kong, Finland, Denmark, the U.S., Canada, the Netherlands, and the U.K.

Top 10 countries based on innovation and competitiveness from the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF): Singapore, Finland, Sweden, U.S., South Korea, U.K. Canada, Denmark, the Netherlands, and Japan.


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