The Centre for Business Innovation (CBI) is a five-year initiative to help bring about major improvements in firm-level business innovation in Canada. We define "business innovation" as a process through which economic and social value is extracted from knowledge through the generation, development, and implementation of ideas to produce new or improved strategies, capabilities, products, services, or processes. This definition covers both radical and incremental innovation.
We do appreciate your commitment to business success and the creation of a more favourable environment for competitive innovative businesses in Canada.
We would also appreciate if you could pass this survey to industry colleagues involved in innovation management in other Canadian firms.
Draws are being held to determine who, among the identified respondents, are the 5 (five) winners of a complimentary registration to the 2013 CBI Symposium and the 1 (one) winner of a complimentary iPad from the Conference Board of Canada.
Participants who complete the survey will receive a complimentary report on the survey findings this Fall when the analysis is complete.
Some Definitions - (Optional reading for people concerned about the meaning of "Innovation")
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