14 enero, 2012

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What can Americans — especially those in the business world — do to increase the ability of U.S. firms to compete successfully in the global economy while raising American living standards?

This is one of the most important and challenging questions facing society today. The Harvard Business School’s U.S. Competitiveness Project, led by Professors Michael Porter and Jan Rivkin, will engage some of the world’s greatest thinkers to assess U.S. competitiveness and develop actionable recommendations to change America’s trajectory.

In an interview with Justin Fox of Harvard Business Review, Professors Michael Porter and Jan Rivkin define U.S. competitiveness, explain why it’s crucial to look at drivers of competitiveness holistically, and call upon all Americans, especially those in business, to meet the competitiveness challenge by turning strategy into action.

“While government policy sets the stage, it is companies that ultimately win or lose in the marketplace,” says Professor Porter.

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