Agile Innovation

Innovate is to bring good ideas into reality, continuously and successfully. It means converting knowledge and ideas into new products or services, new or improved processes to obtain competitive advantages. Any innovation can mean a radical leap, something that the market has never seen, or it can be incremental, taking an existing concept and improving, turning it into something new. In both cases, innovation is the result of the process of managing a continuous flow of projects and programs that channels…

Webinar: Innovation urgency

The objective is to convey the need and urgency of innovation in all organizations and in all areas. The thesis is that innovation is key to improving the macro and micro economy, and that in times of crisis, the most innovative companies and territories do better. The existence of barriers to innovation slows down economic and social development in the areas in which we operate. Accelerated and abrupt changes such as the current crisis caused by Covid-19 have further catalyzed the urgency…

The experience of facing crisis…

Before facing the pandemic, we were due to climate change. The planet, we said, is in danger. Our Earth threatened. Now we see that we are the ones in danger. The earth not only is not ours, but in little more than a month, it begins to show us how it recovers, and in one way or another, it is cleaning and regenerating. The experience of sailing in a stormy environment can make us change course if we want to survive…

Results of European Innovation 2019

The European Innovation Scoreboard (EIS) is a well-established tool for measuring results in innovation, developed by the European Commission and with the aim of providing a comparative analysis of the performance of innovation in EU countries, neighbouring and other countries. This website has referred to these reports, with some summaries, since 2014. The European Commission published in June the 2019 edition of the EIS.