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Every year BusinessWeek ranks the most innovative companies in the world, based on a survey of top executives by Boston Consulting Group. But you undoubtedly have some sharp opinions on corporate innovation yourselves.
This poll asks you to weigh in on a series of questions that aren't part of the executive survey, but address many of the same important issues. See the results in real time and take part in the ongoing discussion we'll host on the NEXT blog
Then, as soon as we unveil the latest winners on April 9, we'll get your take on 2009's honor roll to continue the discussion of the most important issues related to innovation.