The report goes on to make sound recommendations for business, government and academia. It suggests that businesses should strive to become national and international and leverage new capital equipment. Government should among other things encourage foreign investment, continue to improve the immigration system and provide incentives for growing rather than for being small. For academia the report suggest greater focus on commercialization and creating the curricula to support productivity. While all the recommendations are sound, those dealing with academia seem to be the most pragmatic and perhaps the most straightforward to implement.