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NCF 2021 Post Report
The Council hosted its annual National Competitiveness Forum (NCF) on December 16, 2021. The virtual event featured an array of distinctive leaders from industry, academia, the national labs, and labor. In addition, keynotes from Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm, Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo, and Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar and others. Read the report here.
Pushing Back the Frontiers of Technology
"Pushing Back the Frontiers of Technology and Defining the Future of Innovation" is the 3rd Competing in the Next Economy webinar from the Council on Competitiveness, in partnership with Lockheed Martin. This conversation focused on key, future tech and innovation opportunities facing the United States. Panelists also explored issues like incorporating national security into the […]
Summer 2021 Virtual Meeting Report
A summary of the summer 2021 virtual Board, Executive Committee and National Commission meeting, including guest speakers The Honorable Jennifer Granholm and The Honorable Gina Raimondo.
Beyond Digital Manufacturing: Understanding the Imperative of Total Transformation
Call it Industry 4.0, smart manufacturing, or digitally-enabled manufacturing…a new phase of the digital revolution is underway in manufacturing. The Council on Competitiveness has been exploring this megatrend, and how to turbocharge a U.S. manufacturing renaissance. This webinar, presented in conjunction with Lockheed Martin, seeks to explore key trends and answer critical questions at the […]
Sustainability: Pursuing Innovation with Purpose
Today, sustainability is essential for preserving resources and protecting the environment, but also ensuring the sustainment of communities, diversity and inclusivity, and the flourishing of society in general. Sustainability, in this broad context, is essential for businesses, cities, regions and countries. It is a key issue driving competitiveness in the next economy. The good news […]
Competing in the Next Economy
Just over 15 months ago, the Council on Competitiveness launched the National Commission on Innovation and Competitiveness Frontiers—in the firm belief that the nation’s long-term growth in productivity and inclusive prosperity requires placing ever more attention on innovation to confer competitive advantage.
BUILD 1 Post Report 2020
Commission WG Summaries March-May 2020
Commission WG Compendium 2020
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