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IfM Briefing: Developing industrial capabilities - for companies and countries

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Join us as we bring together leading academics to discuss the topic of developing industrial capabilities.

Understanding and developing capabilities is an essential part of strategic management of businesses. It also matters for countries – particularly those finding themselves in rapidly changing environments.

Professor David Teece has led the development of dynamic capability as a concept designed to enable businesses to navigate in changing environments through a better understanding of their current and necessary future capabilities.

Professor Teece will explore the latest developments in thinking about dynamic capabilities, followed by Professor Tim Minshall who will consider the related issues for skills development, and Dr Paul Christodoulou and Frank Wagner who will share recent global industrial experiences. A panel session will then consider key questions and practical implications for companies and governments.

The briefing is open to all but attendees willing to contribute their own experience and expertise to the discussion will be particularly welcome.

Talks 16:45-18:30, drinks and canapes 18:30-19:00

This talk is part of the IfM Seminars series.

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