to introduce new things, ideas, or ways of doing sth
It is mainly lack of law protect for receivables. The bank has not enough incentives to innovate it in receivables financing.
In contrast, organizations that build in quality from the beginning are able to look forward, innovate, and pursue new opportunities.
Second, humans are able to innovate and can use the land that they already possess in more efficient ways. Animals are unable to do this.
The company is now run in a more decentralised way around a series of business units, each run by executives with authority to innovate.
More broadly, there also is still the question of how well policy makers will pick the areas where it makes sense to innovate.
"We are right at the start now of what I believe is going to be an environmental boom. Suppliers have got to innovate. "
So functionaries take centre stage, too afraid to push through difficult policies and innovate, forever trying to accommodate everyone.
These enterprises lack incentives to innovate and develop technological expertise capable of rivalling that of western business giants.
The question of whether China can innovate looms over the country"s quest to move beyond its role as the world"s factory.
Vietnamese communist complied with such a form, and gradually began to open and innovate.