Workplace Innovation as Regional Development
Regeneration, whether of companies, sectors or regions, must increasingly be led by knowledge and innovation. The critical need is to reconstitute the public sphere as a forum for collective action. New organizational structures are central to this project and intelligent models of organization are hesitantly emerging — at the level of the workplace, the industrial sector and the region. Regions are particularly significant for their ability to act as focal points for the convergence of economic opportunities, technologies, human resources and culture, becoming centers of collective learning. Regional competitiveness depends on the ability to unlock such resources through the creation of new partnerships and dialogue.
Keywords: competitiveness, Regions, Innovation, Knowledge Management, Work Organization, Public Policy.
Published online: 15 October 1999
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