Think tanks are defined as organisations that engage in the business of public policy. They research, analyse, and produce opinions on every imaginable topic in order to advise and inform public policy makers and those who think about public policy. Think tanks operate all around the world, usually as independent, not-for-profit organisations; they tend to support themselves through their products and consultancy services, as well as through donors and sponsors. They can be affiliated with the government, political groups, interest groups or private corporations.
In This Report:
- What is a “think tank”?
- Which organisations have received recognition for excellence by being or by having a think tank?
- How have organisations reached high levels of success by being or by having a think tank?
- What research has been undertaken by and into think tanks?
- What tools and methods are used to achieve high levels of success in developing a think tank?
- How can the effectiveness of a think tank be measured?
- What do business leaders say about think tanks?
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