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Frank Kern Senior Vice President Global Sales and Distribution Innovating for growth
© 2008 IBM Corporation 2 Change is inevitable
© 2008 IBM Corporation 3 New Model for the 21st Century International Exporting
© 2008 IBM Corporation 4 New Model for the 21st Century Multinational Country Silos
© 2008 IBM Corporation 5 New Model for the 21st Century The Globally Integrated Enterprise
© 2008 IBM Corporation 6 Globalization Removes Barriers to Innovation Traditional barriers to innovation are no longer game stoppers Innovation can spring up anywhere in the world New players can enter industries overnight New and disruptive business models can be created anywhere
© 2008 IBM Corporation 7 Innovation is Key for Social and Economic Growth Innovation resides at the intersection of invention and insight, leading to the creation of social and economic value
© 2008 IBM Corporation 8 Why Innovation Matters Spurs productivity, economic growth Meets societal needs Creates national and global markets Generates jobs, wealth creation Results in higher standard of living
© 2008 IBM Corporation 9 Open Collaborative Multi-disciplinary Global The Changing Nature of Innovation
© 2008 IBM Corporation 10
© 2008 IBM Corporation 11 Global Integration and Innovation Challenges and Opportunities Globalization Innovation
© 2008 IBM Corporation 12 Strategic location Mexico is Well Placed to Drive Innovation that Matters Education Investments Global trade agreements Foreign investments Competitive Infrastructure New generation of skills
© 2008 IBM Corporation 13 Three Pillars of Innovation
© 2008 IBM Corporation 14 Conclusions The world is diversified In the global economy, innovation is key Mexico is well placed to drive innovation that matters
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