Una estrategia para lograr: el Reino Unido busca innovar en competitividad, 1998-2005

  • Enrique Sandino-Vargas University of East London
Palabras clave: innovación, I D, competitividad, estrategia, Reino Unido

Resumen

Este artículo analiza el caso de una estrategia de innovación genuina en términos de competitividad, tal como fue adoptada por el Reino Unido durante los años comprendidos entre 1998 y 2005. La evidencia se encontró mediante la sistematización de antecedentes, medidas, escenarios,  implementación y progreso de tal estrategia, según la cual se considera que la única fuente sólida de conocimientos es la actividad de Investigación y Desarrollo (I+D). Esto va a ser demostrado con el seguimiento de estrategias de innovación genuina, durante el sentido de los esfuerzos del Reino Unido por impulsar la actividad de I+D, en el período analizado, para así determinar las brechas reales entre el Reino Unido y sus principales competidores. En una economía global como la de hoy, la competitividad busca desarrollar estrategias complejas y revolucionarias. Las economías basadas en el conocimiento están tratando de mantener su competitividad dentro y fuera de sus fronteras. A finales del siglo veinte, en efecto, ser competente y com-petitivo es la mejor estrategia para crear y mantener el capital intelectual de las organizaciones.

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Biografía del autor/a

Enrique Sandino-Vargas, University of East London

MSc on Business Administration Faculty, University of East London. Dean of the Accountancy Faculty, UAN, Colombia.

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Sandino-Vargas, E. (2014). Una estrategia para lograr: el Reino Unido busca innovar en competitividad, 1998-2005. Revista Científica General José María Córdova, 12(13), 205-258. https://doi.org/10.21830/19006586.161

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Publicado
2014-01-30
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Industria y Tecnología

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