Monday, November 26, 2007
Personalizing the Global Competitiveness Report
I look at the WEC's Global Competitiveness Report and drill down to the "National competitiveness balance sheet" and begin to ask, "what are we doing within our domain to contribute to national competitiveness based on these factors?" Immediately, I find areas where e-government, technical architecture, and innovation play a role. Then, I ask, "how is the state doing in these areas?" and "where can we improve in a way that will make a significant difference?" Will the initiatives that we have planned and are developing contribute in any way?
Posted by David at 3:26 PM