Bahrain has been lauded a regional hub for innovation, having climbed five places from last year in the annual rankings published by a United Nations agency.
The Global Innovation Index 2012 (GII): Stronger Innovation Linkages for Global G
Five GCC countries – Bahrain, Qatar, UAE, Saudi Arabia and Oman – ranked 27th, 28th, 30th, 34th and 40th respectively in the Network Readiness Index (NRI) published by a global ICT report.
The Global Information Technology Report 2012: Liv
Bahrain has topped the region in the networked readiness index of the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Global Information Technology Report, produced in cooperation with Insead, a leading graduate business school.
The Kingdom has also improved
Innovation correlates with productivity growth which is associated with international competitiveness, according to an expert.
New technology and practices are key to GDP per capita growth, said Dr Kamiel Gabriel, research division manager
Leading international business school Insead and Injazat Data Systems brought Global Executive MBA programme participants and senior executives from around the world together for the first ‘Global Business Leaders Conference’ which took place on O
Leading international business school, Insead, along with the Abu Dhabi Technology Development Committee (TDC), hosted a Policy Breakfast seminar aimed at professionals concerned with government policy.
Insead’s Policy Breakfasts are a ser
Seha, the Abu Dhabi Healthcare Authority, has signed an agreement with Insead for a year-long schedule of training sessions for its senior management that includes daily workshops and sessions on finance, management, and leadership.
Qatar and the UAE are ranked among the top 40 countries in the Global Innovation Index (GII) 2011 edition, issued by Insead, a leading international business school.
Switzerland topped this year's GII ranking, while Sweden took the sec
The Gulf countries continue to shine at the global IT rankings of World Economic Forum (WEF) with the UAE ranking 24th worldwide followed by Qatar at 25th spot and Bahrain at 30th position.
The Gulf trio made it to the 'Global Top 30