... such as one by the National Science Board (part of the National Science
Foundation) which reveals that only 34 percent of major technical innovations
come from giant firms (over 10,000 employees) — far less than those 23 FACING
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giant firms (over 10,000 employees) — far less than those firms' share of
industrial output. Moreover, "the smallest firms produced about four times as
many innovations per R&D dollar as the middle-size firms and 24 times as many
as the ...
For managers this path means continuously retraining employees for more
complex tasks, automating in ways that cut routine tasks and enhance worker
flexibility and creativity, diffusing responsibility for innovation, taking seriously
The customer pulls up, is greeted by a smiling employee trained to make eye
contact. The customer then places the standard order — a check or fill of brake
and power-steering fluids, motor oil, battery water and filters for air and oil.
We need to give employers the incentive to hire people and constantly upgrade
skills. First, provide a special tax incentive for all funds, including employee wage
costs, spent on training and pay-for-knowledge programs. Provide a further tax ...
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Set Conservative Goals
Demand Total Integrity
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