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IC Insights White Papers
THE MIH FRAMEWORK
TURNING IDEAS INTO SUSTAINABLE VALUE
THE MAKING INNOVATION HAPPEN FRAMEWORK
INNOVATION AND CHANGE
THE WILLIAMS SHAPPS PLAN FOR RAIL
A TIPPING POINT FOR THE RAIL INDUSTRY?
CREATING AN INNOVATION CULTURE
Innovation Club Podcasts
The Making Innovation Happen Framework – The IC Innovation Club Talking Innovation
Reading About Innovation
UK Research and Innovation Strategy 2022 to 2027 – this report set out how the UK is planning to deliver an innovation-led economy, securing the UK’s position as a leader in science, technology and innovation. It looks at creating outcomes associated with increased private sector investment in R&D, supporting innovation clusters across the UK and innovation in AI, quantum computing, engineering, life sciences, creative industries and green technology.
UK Innovation Strategy, July 2021 – The UK Innovation Strategy sets out the government’s vision to make the UK a global hub for innovation by 2035. It sets the overarching strategy and its links to the UKRI and Innovate UK plans to increase innovation in the UK.
UK Innovation Report 2022: Benchmarking the UK’s industrial and innovation performance in a global context, Cambridge Industrial Innovation Policy – This report aims to make a contribution by bringing together, in a single place, innovation and value-added indicators in a concise and accessible format.
Innovation Landscape in UK Rail, Innovate UK – This document aims to provide some clarity by outlining some of the current innovation processes (as of April 2022), some opportunities, and a look towards the future.
UK Innovation Survey 2022, BEIS – This release reports on innovation activity in UK businesses in 2018-2020 and compares innovation activity to previous surveys.
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