“It is at the micro level of the economy, in peoples’ jobs and workplaces, that an innovation agenda can take root.”
“Indeed, there’s mounting evidence that the era of shared prosperity and middle class growth has, in a word, ended. Yet digging deeper into Canadians’ work experiences and expectations, we find positive indications that we can kick-start progress by making jobs and workplaces more knowledge intensive, smart and agile. This approach, the details of which are provided by the feedback Canadians have given us about the limits and possibilities in their present jobs, is a blueprint for a more innovative and prosperous economy”
Article by Frank Graves & Graham Lowe in March 24th issue of Policy Options in a special feature on “The Changing Nature of Work.” Click here to read and download the article.