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Only 29% of organizations innovate

Luis Ramos, innovation expert at PA Consulting in Latin America, is quoted in an article in El Economista, which examines PA's latest report on the innovation practices of global business leaders. 

Drawing on the PA research, the article states that “only 39% of executives are confident they have defined the skills they need to be innovative.

It goes on to quote additional findings from the research, noting that “at a time when some companies are adopting a cautious position in terms of global political and economic headwinds, investing in innovation is more important than ever.

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Luis concludes that: In general, innovation leaders start their projects from the heart of their business, incorporating agile techniques and foster a culture that learns from innovation failures, this will certainly help companies for future growth.”

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