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  • Training and Coaching Concepts andMaterials for Cluster ManagersEMILIANO DUCH – Vienna, April 19th, 2012 European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • Training and Coaching Concepts and Materials for Cluster ManagersThe Concept of Cluster ExcellenceThe Cluster Excellence Training MaterialsThe Foundation Clusters and CompetitivenessThe Cluster Excellence Curriculum BoardThe Cluster Excellence Instructor Certification European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • Training and Coaching Concepts and Materials for Cluster ManagersThe Concept of Cluster ExcellenceThe Cluster Excellence Training MaterialsThe Foundation Clusters and CompetitivenessThe Cluster Excellence Curriculum BoardThe Cluster Excellence Instructor Certification European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • Addressing the European innovation gap“Achieving an Innovative Europe requires a combination of amarket for innovative goods and services, focussed resources,new financial structures and mobility of people, money andorganisations. Together these constitute a paradigm shift goingwell beyond the narrow domain of R&D and innovation policy.” (Aho Report 2006) European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • Are clustering efforts helping to close the innovation gapIt is important to ensure that clusters are defined in terms of thenew market and knowledge relationships needed for emergingsectors to thrive. It is even counter-productive to reinforcetraditional sectoral clusters as these may inhibit the necessarymobility. Firms in traditional sectors are far more likely to findinnovative growth by forming new linkages and applying newtechnology to their existing products and services. This can befacilitated by opening the clusters to cooperation with andlearning from other clusters in the same or other sectors. (Aho Report 2006) European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • Why Cluster ExcellenceCluster Observatory identifies clusters• But having clusters is not enoughWe have 1000+ “clusters organizations”• But having clusters organizations is not enoughThey need to promote excellence• What is cluster management excellence? European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • Cluster-Excellence.eu is… European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • Cluster Excellence Launching Heraklion 2009 European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • How cluster management excellence should impact competitiveness and innovationContributing to the development of lead markets• New lead markets of products and services• Adding new Key Enabling Technologies• Adding services and more creativity to industriesHelping in refocusing R&D&I resources• Signal new research needs• Identify new playersImproving the mobility of human, financial andknowledge resources• Internationalization by exports and investment European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • Training and Coaching Concepts and Materials for Cluster ManagersThe Concept of Cluster ExcellenceThe Cluster Excellence Training MaterialsThe Foundation Clusters and CompetitivenessThe Cluster Excellence Curriculum BoardThe Cluster Excellence Instructor Certification European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • Cluster-Excellence training materials (I)Knowledge area Concepts /tools Cases studies and materialsCLUSTER Location theory Finland and Nokia (HBS)ECONOMICS Industrial Districts Singapore (HBS) Clusters Japanese Fax Industry (HBS) Innovation Systems California Wine (HBS)CLUSTER Statistical cluster mapping Heyland (RegX)INITIATIVES (econometric foundations, statistical Screening in Yorkshire (IESE)SCREENINGS analysis) Screening in (IESE) Cluster initiative selectionBUSINESS Industry analysis (5 forces) Cirque du Soleil (INSEAD)REDEFINITION Strategic segmentation Montreal Circus Cluster (IESE)WITH KETS AND Integration of KETS Intel (HBS)SERVICES New service propositions Environmental Ind inVastra Gotaland (I)LOCAL AND Value chain ZARA and Catalan Textile (HBS/IESE)GLOBAL VALUE Local value system Antmobel (HBS/IESE)CHAIN ANALYSIS Global value systemINTERNATIONAL Advanced Buyer Purchase Criteria Seafood in Humber (IESE)BENCHMARKING Key Success Factors Ventilation in Boras (IESE) Value Chain Activity benchmarking European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • Cluster-Excellence training materials (II)Knowledge area Concepts /tools Cases and materialsCHANGE Individual behavioral change Estonia in Transition (HBS)MANAGEMENT Group change IT in Estonia (BIA) Communication strategies Geothermal Cluster in Iceland (IESE) Presentation skills The Catalan Leather Industry (HBS/IESE)CLUSTER Organizational structures NODE-Oill drilling in SoderlandetORGANIZATION Non-profit organization management (Innovation Norway)MANAGEMENT Pattern identificationPROJECT Project planning Clusterland Upper Austria (IESE)MANAGEMENT Project monitoring Project evaluationCONTINUOS Policy review Cluster Policy in Catalonia (GCAT)POLICY INPUT Diamond analysis Policy implications of ITC Cluster in Nationals and supranational Aalborg (REGX) competitiveness frameworkCLUSTER Cluster management evaluation Cluster Policy Evaluation in NorwayPOLICY Cluster policy monitoring (Innovation Norway)EVALUATION Impact analysis European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • ECEI: Cases Developed KNOWLEDGE CLUSTER INITIATIVES SCREENINGS AREA CASE NAME Technical Note on Cluster Identification: Exercise on Heyland AUTHORS Lotte Langkilde, Rikke Blæsbjerg European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • ECEI: Cases DevelopedKNOWLEDGE BUSINESS REDEFINITION WITH KETSAREA AND SERVICESCASE NAME Creating a cluster around a clown: The Montreal circus cluster (A, B and C)AUTHORS María Luisa Blázquez, Pascual Berrone European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • ECEI: Cases DevelopedKNOWLEDGE LOCAL AND GLOBAL VALUE CHAINAREA ANALYSISCASE NAME The Catalan Textile Industry (A and B)AUTHORS María Luisa Blázquez, Emiliano Duch European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • ECEI: Cases DevelopedKNOWLEDGE INTERNATIONAL BENCHMARKINGAREACASE NAME IKEA enters Spain (Antmobel C)AUTHORS María Luisa Blázquez, Pascual Berrone European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • ECEI: Cases Developed KNOWLEDGE CHANGE MANAGEMENT AREA CASE NAME ICT Cluster in Estonia (A and B) AUTHORS Kadri Uus, Rene Tõnnison European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • ECEI: Cases DevelopedKNOWLEDGEAREA CHANGE MANAGEMENTCASE NAME The Catalan Leather Industry (B): the long process to specialization /The Catalan Leather Industry (C): Struggling with competitionAUTHOR María Luisa Blázquez, Enrique De Diego European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • ECEI: Cases DevelopedKNOWLEDGE CLUSTER ORGANIZATIONAREA MANAGEMENTCASE NAME Iceland Geothermal ClusterAUTHOR María Luisa Blázquez European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • ECEI: Cases DevelopedKNOWLEDGE CLUSTER ORGANIZATIONAREA MANAGEMENTCASE NAME Developing NODEAUTHOR Amir Sasson, Karin Hoidahl European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • ECEI: Cases DevelopedKNOWLEDGE PROJECT MANAGEMENTAREACASE NAME Clusterland Upper AustriaAUTHOR María Luisa Blázquez, Werner Pamminguer European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • ECEI: Cases DevelopedKNOWLEDGE CONTINUOS POLICY INPUTAREACASE NAME Telecommunication cluster in Northern Jutland (A and B)AUTHOR Jørgen Rosted, Casper Høgenhaven, Lotte Langkilde European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • ECEI: Cases DevelopedKNOWLEDGE CONTINUOS POLICY INPUTAREACASE NAME Continuous Policy Input from clusters in CataloniaAUTHOR Emma Vendrell, Alberto Pezzi European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • ECEI: Cases DevelopedKNOWLEDGE CLUSTER POLICY EVALUATIONAREACASE NAME The Norway Cluster Programme EvaluationAUTHOR Olav Bardalen, Karin Hoeidal European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • Training and Coaching Concepts and Materials for Cluster ManagersThe Concept of Cluster ExcellenceThe Cluster Excellence Training MaterialsThe Foundation Clusters and CompetitivenessThe Cluster Excellence Curriculum BoardThe Cluster Excellence Instructor Certification European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • Structure and Governance European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • Training and Coaching Concepts and Materials for Cluster ManagersThe Concept of Cluster ExcellenceThe Cluster Excellence Training MaterialsThe Foundation Clusters and CompetitivenessThe Cluster Excellence Curriculum BoardThe Cluster Excellence Instructor Certification European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • The Cluster Excellence Curriculum Board European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • Training and Coaching Concepts and Materials for Cluster ManagersThe Concept of Cluster ExcellenceThe Cluster Excellence Training MaterialsThe Foundation Clusters and CompetitivenessThe Cluster Excellence Curriculum BoardThe Cluster Excellence Instructor Certification European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • Competitiveness Reinforcement Initiatives 6-8 monthsIdentification Guiding the Launching ofof challenges strategy actions 1st Public Meeting 2ndPublic Meeting 3rd Public Meeting Interviews with  International  Definition and cluster agents Benchmarking launching of Documents and past  BPC actions study analysis  Strategy groups European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • Train the Trainers Programme at FCC MONTH MONTH MONTH MONTH MONTH MONTH MONTH MONTH5 MONTH7 MONTH 9 MONTH 11 MONTH12 1 2 3 4 6 8 10 Training 3: local and global value chain analysis and internationalInitiative 1: Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase3 Implementation training 2: Business redefinition with KETS and services Training 6: Continuos Policy&ClusterPolicyEvaluation Training 5: ClusterOrganization& Project Management Tutor AInitiative 2: Phase1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Implementation Training 1: ClusterEconomics&Screening Training 4: Change ManagementInitiative 3: Phase1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Implementation benchmarkingInitiative 4: Phase 3 Phase1 Phase2 Implementation Tutor BInitiative 5: Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 ImplementationInitiative 6: Phase1 Phase2 Phase 3 ImplementationInitiative 7: Phase1 Phase2 Phase 3 Implementation Tutor CInitiative 8: Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 ImplementationInitiative 9: Phase1 Phase2 Phase 3 Implementation JointTraining Program builds common knowledge and exchanges team’s project experiences European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • Entry requirements for Cluster ManagementInstructorsThe Cluster Management Instructors should be proposed by a regional development institution, and fulfill the following requirements: – MBA or PhD equivalent – Minimum of five years of experience in clusters, strategy and management with good knowledge of local environment – Must have proven experience in teaching – Advanced command of English European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • Cluster Management Instructors Certificate• Associate: – After completion of Train the Trainers course by the FCC• Instructor: – After completion of first Cluster Managers Training – Must be practiced or pass a Continuous Development Programme every 3 years European Commission Enterprise and Industry
  • Foundation Contact: Reza Zadeh exedir@clustercompetitiveness.org +32 472 27 59 54 European Commission Enterprise and Industry