Strategic Considerations in Leading an Innovation Ecosystem

@inproceedings{Cross2013StrategicCI,
  title={Strategic Considerations in Leading an Innovation Ecosystem},
  author={Stephen E. Cross},
  year={2013}
}
The Georgia Institute of Technology has been a catalyst for economic growth in the Southeast United States since its founding in 1885. Over the past 30 years, it has become known as one of the top technological universities in the world. As part of a strategic planning effort commenced in mid-2009, it sought to strengthen its thought leadership and impact through the development and implementation of an innovation ecosystem strategy. The Institute serves as the integrating focus within its… CONTINUE READING

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