Today, leaders from the G12 countries -- the 12 largest economies in the world -- are descending on Brazil, to dither and whine and bicker stroke their chins about the world's economy. But it's safe to say that the number one concern for all those economic ministers and treasury secretaries is innovation. Which is a wooly, often vague concept. How do you get your arms around it? Well, GE has taken a stab, with their newly released Innovation Barometer.
The report surveyed 1,000 business executives from around the world about the state of innovation in their countries -- to see how good their countries are at fostering innovation, and how good they were at getting outcomes from it. Lisa Strausfeld, the interaction-design genius formerly of Pentagram who has now left to start her own firm, InnovationArt, has provided a powerful visualization of the results.
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