In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Some expressed the view that fewer and fewer employers are willing to take risks with ideas or to innovate.
- Increased competition means producers must innovate and improve constantly.
- If our economy is to be about more than the diffusion of others inventions, we must ourselves innovate more and invent more.
- Businesses must continually develop and innovate if they are to continue to be competitive and, ultimately, profitable.
- In addition, a firm also innovates and adapts, which allows it to further accumulate new knowledge.
- We have the ingenuity, good humour, and curiosity to adapt and innovate - to be victorious, no matter what the circumstances.
- The same soldiers and leaders who adapt, learn and innovate on our battlefields serve in our institutional Army.
- Artists and intellectuals alike were prevented from innovating or adopting new ideas.
- And it means the governor must innovate at every turn.
- Public policy encourages surgeons to innovate when confronted with a problem, emergency or elective, for which there is no consensus solution.
- Other providers must imitate, innovate, or lose business.
- If Ireland wants to maintain the gains we have achieved over the past few years, we must innovate more.
- If those resources were there, commanders could have made a bad plan work by improvising, adapting and innovating on the ground.
- If you want to compete, you have to innovate and adapt.
- We can no longer depend on tax breaks for multinationals or cheap labour; we must innovate and be entrepreneurial.
- That means the Koreans must keep innovating and introduce automation to stay competitive.
- The company, he said, intends to innovate by possibly introducing entry-level malts.
- To participate fully in today's changing markets farmers must innovate, intensify production, and invest.
- We'll talk about U.S. military efforts to innovate, to modernize, and to stay ahead of any potential enemy.
- Headmasters and school boards have control over budgets, the curriculum, staffing and salaries, and as a result are free to innovate and adapt to local needs.
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