TCI 2013 Labelling cluster organisations – what is this all about?

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By Thomas Lämmer Gamb, ESCA, Germany, presented at the 16th TCI Global Conference, Kolding 2013.

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TCI 2013 Labelling cluster organisations – what is this all about?

  1. 1. Labelling cluster organisations – what is this all about? Thomas Lämmer-Gamp Cluster Lab: Labelling cluster organisations 4 September 2013
  2. 2. Labelling cluster organisations – what is this all about? Thomas Lämmer-Gamp, Director ESCA – European Secretariat for Cluster Analysis TCI 2013 conference, August 4th, 2013, Kolding
  3. 3. Interested in improvement: Benchmarking Demonstrating improvement: 2nd Benchmarking Confirmation of excellence: Quality audit
  4. 4. Framework conditions (e.g. infrastructure, regulation, work force, level of education, image, macro economy) Cluster participants (business, research, public agencies) Cluster management organization Utilizing clusters as tool for economic or industrial development means developing industrial networks and value chains by means of cluster management!
  5. 5. Interested in improvement: Benchmarking
  6. 6. Analysed until today: 489 cluster organisations from 34 countries 2-3h interview with cluster manager, 40 questions on structure, staffing, services, strategy and results
  7. 7. Effects of the cluster management organization on the cluster: innovation activities Services of the cluster management organization How services affect innovation activities – promote collaboration within the cluster
  8. 8. Confirmation of excellence: Quality audit
  9. 9. The Process
  10. 10. Structure of the cluster Governance Financing of the cluster management organization Strategy and services Achievements and recognition 31 indicators in five areas
  11. 11. Indicators of the ECEI Cluster Management Excellence Label Assessment Weighting Score Structure of the Cluster 1.1.0 mininum requirement Committed Cluster Participation 1,5 1 1.1.1 mininum requirement Composition of the Cluster Participants 1,5 1 1.1.2 mininum requirement Number of Committed Cluster Participants in Total 0,5 1 1.2 Geographical Concentration of the Cluster Participants 0,5 1 Typology, Governance, Cooperation 2.1 mininum requirement Maturity of the Cluster Management 0,5 1 2.2.1 Human Resources Available for the Cluster Management 1 1 2.2.2 mininum requirement Qualification of the Cluster Management Team 1 1 2.2.3 Life Long Learning Aspects for the Cluster Management Team 0,5 1 2.2.4 Stability and Continuity of Human Resources of the Cluster Management Team 1 1 2.3 Stability of Cluster Participation 1 1 2.4 mininum requirement Clarity of Roles – Involvement of Stakeholders in the Decision Making Processes 1 1 2.5 mininum requirement Direct Personal Contacts Between the Cluster Management Team and the Cluster Participants 1 1 2.6 mininum requirement Degree of Cooperation within the Cluster 1,5 1 2.7 mininum requirement Integration of the Cluster Organisation in the Innovation System 0,5 1 Financing Cluster Management 3.1 Prospects of the Financial Resources of the Cluster Organisation 1,5 1 3.2 Share of Financial Resources from Private Sources 1 1 Strategy, Objectives, Services 4.1.1 mininum requirement Strategy Building Process 1,5 1 4.1.2 mininum requirement Documentation of the Cluster Strategy 1 1 4.1.3 mininum requirement Implementation Plan 1,5 1 4.1.4 mininum requirement Financial Controlling System 1 1 4.1.5 mininum requirement Review of the Cluster Strategy and Implementation Plan 0,5 1 4.1.6 mininum requirement Performance Monitoring of Cluster Management 1 1 4.2 Focus of the Cluster Strategy 1 4.3 mininum requirement Activities and Services of the Cluster Management 1,5 1 4.4 mininum requirement Performance of the Cluster Management 1,5 1 4.5 Working Groups 0,5 1 4.6.1 Communication of the Cluster Organisation 1 1 4.6.2 mininum requirement Cluster Organisation’s Web Presence 0,5 1 Achievements and Recognition 5.1 Recognition of the Cluster in Publications, Press, Media 0,5 1 5.2 Success Stories 0,5 1 5.3 Customer and Cluster Participants’ Satisfaction Assessment 1 1
  12. 12. What makes excellent cluster organisations excellent?
  13. 13. Strategy
  14. 14. Communication
  15. 15. Client
  16. 16. Experience of the team
  17. 17. Which are the exellent cluster organisations?
  18. 18. Future Position X Kunststoffinstitut Lüdenscheid microTEC Südwest VDC Fellbach Chemie Cluster Bayern Photonics BW Offshoreenergy.dk Innovationnetwork Lifestyle – Interior & Clothing NODE - Norwegian Offshore & Drilling Engineering Minalogic Systematic - Paris Region Systems & ICT Cluster Eco World Styria Kunststoff Cluster Silicon Saxony FEMAC - Agricultural Machinery Cluster Software Cluster Pôle de compétitivité SCS Biopeople Pôle de compétitivité Plasturgie CEAGA NCE Raufoss NCE Subsea
  19. 19. If you want to learn more…
  20. 20. VDI/VDE Innovation und Technik GmbH Thomas Lämmer-Gamp Director, European Secretariat for Cluster Analysis (ESCA) Steinplatz 1 D-10623 Berlin Tel.: +49 30 310078 414 Fax: +49 30 310078 222 E-mail: tlg@vdivde-it.de www.cluster-analysis.org www.vdivde-it.de

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