Today’s global economy is characterized by accelerating disruption, deepening integration and increasing complexity. To succeed in such a tough environment, Canada needs to develop a society imbued with an innovation mindset and with the skills to match.
In a new report released today entitled "Generation Innovation", the Canadian Chamber of Commerce outlines recommendations for businesses, governments and post-secondary institutions to follow to lay a path to creating a workforce equipped for innovation and entrepreneurship that can not only adapt, but lead in a changing economy. Individually, no single group can shape national talent development to deliver the best ecosystem for innovation. But through collaboration, businesses, governments and academia can create a variety of sustained talent development models necessary for Canada to not only compete but lead internationally.
Find out more by reading the Report Here.