What do the top innovators get right? Why are farm equipment companies investing in software? Where will the next big innovation push come from? What company spends more on R&D than the entire defense and aerospace industry?
Chris is joined today by Barry Jaruzelski, a Senior Partner with PWC Consulting, and the one of the creators of the Global Innovation 1000 Survey, that studies the 1000 companies where fully 1/3 of all innovation spending is happening. They discuss these questions, as well as how to measure the impact of innovation and why economic nationalism could upset the global innovation leaders in the coming years.
Read the Global Innovation 1000 Study here.
Barry Jaruzelski is a leading practitioner in technology and innovation strategy for Strategy&, PwC's strategy consulting group. Based in Florham Park, N.J., he is a principal with PwC U.S. He works with high-tech and industrial clients on corporate and product strategy and the transformation of core innovation processes. . He created the Global Innovation 1000 study in 2005, and in 2013 was named one of the “Top 25 Consultants” by Consulting magazine.
A recognized thought leader, Mr. Jaruzelski is frequently quoted in publications like The Wall Street Journal, the Economist, the Financial Times, and The New York Times on the technology industry and the challenges of innovation. He often appears as an expert commentator on ABC News, CNBC, CNN, NPR and the BBC. He writes a column on innovation for the Financial Times.