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    • AN “ARMCHAIR” DISCUSSION WITH Sask. Institute of Public Policy (S.I.P.P.) February 18, 2004 SASKATCHEWAN INNOVATION STRATEGY AT THE CROSSROADS Presented by: Dale Botting, Executive Manager Innovation Strategy Saskatchewan Industry and Resources
    • Discussion Outline
      • Setting the Context
      • Defining the Opportunity
      • Strategic Issues Overview
      • Looming Policy Challenges
      • The Next Critical 18 Months
    • The Current Context
      • Globalization and Clusters
      • The Federal Innovation Agenda
      • The Productivity Imperative
      • The Saskatchewan Innovation System
    • APPENDIX B Public and Not-for-profit Organizations within the Saskatchewan Innovation System       Government Industry and Professional Organizations   Financial System   Education System   Research & Development   S&T Structure Commercialization
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      • Canada-Saskatchewan Business Service Centre
      • NRC –CISTI
      • SK Ag & Food
      • Western Economic Diversification
      • Aboriginal Business Canada
      • Industry Canada
      • SERM
      • Statistics Canada
      • PFRA
      • SaskWater
      • SK Industry & Resources
      • REDAs
      • CFDCs
      • Women Entrepreneurs
      • Saskatoon Innovation Place
      • Regina Research Park
      • Northern Affairs
      •  
      • Canadian Institute of Marketing
      • Provincial Exporters Assn.
      • STEP
      • Apparel & Textile Association of Sask.
      • APEGS
      • Consulting Engineers of SK
      • Institute of Certified Management Consultants
      • PIMA
      • SATA
      • SK Construction Assn
      • SEDA
      • SEIMA
      • SK Food Processors
      • SK Nutraceutical Network
      • Ag-West Biotech
      • Sask New Media Developers Assn.
      • Canadian Information Processing Society
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      • Business Development Bank of Canada
      • Crown Investments Corp (SOCO)
      • SR&ED
      • NRC – IRAP
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      • Univ. of Regina
      • Univ. of Saskatchewan
      • First Nations University of Canada
      • SIAST (four institutes)
      • Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies
      • Nine Regional Colleges
      • Luther College
      • Campion College
      • St. Thomas Moore
      • Gabriel Dumont Institute
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      • NRC – PBI
      • NRC - Centre for Sustainable Infrastructure Research
      • Canadian Light Source Synchrotron
      • Sask. Research Council
      • TR Labs
      • Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
      • Semiarid Prairie Agricultural Research
      • Centre
      • POS Pilot Plant
      • National Water Institute
      • Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute
      • Prairie Swine Centre
      • SaskTel Mobility
      • Vaccine & Infectious Disease Organization
      • Western Beef Development Centre
      • Westlink
      • SRC’s TecMark
      • University Industry Liaison Offices
    • What is Innovation? The successful development and application of knowledge, which in turn leads to the development, adaptation or improvement of products, services, technologies and business processes .
    • But… Innovation Means More Than Research Innovation is the ability to generate and take advantage of ideas and knowledge and create new ways of doing things.
    • Why is Innovation Important?
      • Because it is Critical to Saskatchewan’s future economic Success
      • It directly affects competitiveness, productivity, and Jobs
      • It affects standards of living, incomes, quality of life and Sustainability
    • Key Partners in the Innovation Agenda :
      • Business - SME’s, large corporations - ALL sectors
      • Universities and other Learning / Research Institutions
      • Government and Communities
    • Collaborating for Success
      • Leveraging the Federal Innovation Agenda and Building New Coordination Mechanisms
      • Establishing Targeted International Partnerships with our Innovation Systems
      • Increased Institutional Coordination - across Saskatchewan Regions and Centres of Excellence
      • Developing Progress Indicators, Benchmarks and Other Metrics
    • Developing an Innovation Strategy within a Made-in-Saskatchewan Context
      • Fiscal Realities
      • Social and Demographic Context
      • Intra-regional Context
      • Inter-regional Context
      • In the Context of the Federal Innovation Agenda
      • Competitive Global Realities and Pressures
    • A Three Pronged Approach: PRODUCT INNOVATION COLLABORATING FOR SUCCESS PROCESS INNOVATION
    • Product Innovation
      • Building More Strategic Infrastructure to Support Innovation
      • Creating a Competitive Climate for Innovation
      • Enhancing Business Start-up and Incubation Supports
      • Enhancing the Availability of Early Stage Seed Capital
    • Product Innovation
      • Maximizing the Acceleration and Commercialization of Opportunities
      • Building a More Applied and Industrially - focused Research Agenda
      • Enhancing the Economic Value and Saskatchewan ROI from our Research Institutions
      • Creating and Aligning Strategic Innovation Clusters at all levels within Saskatchewan
    • TECHNOLOGY PUSH RESEARCH INNOVATION & DEVELOPMENT TECHNOLOGY COMMERCIALIZATION (The Critical Link) DEPLOYMENT & DELIVERY MARKET PULL Skills Skills Skills Skills PRODUCTS MARKETS FEEDBACK $ $ $ $
    • Process Innovation
      • Enhancing our Innovators’ Education and Skills to Meet the Demands of the New Economy
      • Propagating the Best Management and Organizational Methods and Practices amongst Business
      • Embracing the eBusiness and eCommerce Revolution
      • Demonstrating Effective Approaches to Innovation in the Economy and Society
    • Process Innovation
      • Strengthening the Capacity for SME’s and Larger Industry to Adopt, Absorb and Transfer New Technologies and “Know-how”, regardless of origin
      • Growing Leadership Capacity within the Knowledge-based Economy
      • Leading by example - i.e. Building an Innovation Culture within Government
    • Collaborating for Success
      • Clarifying Roles & Responsibilities across agencies & levels of Government within Saskatchewan
      • Reorganizing the Provincial Focus on Innovation
      • Developing Strategic Vision and Technological Foresight
      • Enhancing Prairie Cooperation and Regional Alignment
    • Some Key Policy Choices and Issues
    • A Critical Issues List
      • The Global “War” for Attracting Highly Qualified Personnel (HQP)
      • Bigger “D”; the Commercialization Agenda
      • Sustaining our Research Infrastructure
    • More Critical Issues
      • Getting a Stronger Industrial “Pull” from our Research and Academic Institutions
      • The Rude Awakening of a Higher Dollar
      • Collaborate or Die!!
    • Even More Critical Issues
      • Geopolitics vs Global Excellence
      • Creating a Transformational Economy
      • Strategic Focus and Alignment
    • The Way Ahead
      • The Saskatchewan Innovation Council and its Innovation Framework
      • Toward a Renewed Economic Action Plan
      • SIR’s Strategic Sector Development Process
      • The Emergence of Regional Cluster Strategies
      • A new Era of Collaboration & Teamwork
      • “ The future ain’t what it used to be.”
      • “ When you come to a Fork in the Road – take it”
      • - Yogi Berra
      • Thank you!
      • Comments?
      • Questions?
      • Discussions!