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Senja Svahn: Innovation networks @ TEDx AaltoUniversityOnTracks

  1. 1. Innovation networks –How to actively facilitate innovations?<br />Senja Svahn<br />TedX @ Trans-Siperian train 16.5.2010<br />
  2. 2. Outline<br /><ul><li>Drivers of networks
  3. 3. Innovation categories
  4. 4. Innovation networks
  5. 5. Main characteristics
  6. 6. Emergence
  7. 7. Environment
  8. 8. Phases
  9. 9. Conclutions</li></ul>2<br />16.5.2010<br />
  10. 10. Why networks?<br /><ul><li>Increasing externalization of value activities
  11. 11. Dependence on partners
  12. 12. Different forms of collaboration (from carindustry to R&D)
  13. 13. Increasing globalization (competition)
  14. 14. Benefits
  15. 15. Information overflow (dispersed knowledge, Internet)
  16. 16. Technological complexity </li></ul> => Major innovations not alone<br />
  17. 17. Knowledge based innovations<br />4<br />16.5.2010<br />
  18. 18. Characteristics of Innovations & Environment<br />Innovation Types (Freeman & Perez, 1988)<br />Incremental innovations<br />Radical – dicontinuous innovations<br />Technological systems<br />Techno-Economics paradigms<br />Systemity of Innovation <br />Number of capabilities required<br />Level of compatibility with existing infrastructure<br />Scope<br />IncremRadical<br />Single Clusters<br />Scale<br />
  19. 19. Characteristics of innovative networks<br /><ul><li>By exploring how actors influence and organize new business fields
  20. 20. Characterized by searching for innovations and new business opportunities
  21. 21. Creating new technologies or even technological paradigms
  22. 22. Characterized by uncertainty and radical changes in the field
  23. 23. This uncertainty creates business opportunities for those who are able to make sense and “structurize” the field</li></li></ul><li>(Adapted from Normann 1995)<br />Systemic Innovation Space<br />
  24. 24. ”Environmental” characteristics<br />Landscape of Emergent Business Networks (1/2)<br />
  25. 25. Landscape of Emergent Business Networks (2/2)<br />
  26. 26. FromExploration to FocusIdentification 1<br />Exploring for Future Business<br />Sense making  Recognizing ideas<br />Making sense of ideas<br />Influenced by  Actor’s network position  ”exposure”<br /> Actor’snetworktheory<br />  ”absoptive capacity”<br />Pool of Ideas – Variety<br />Exploration<br />
  27. 27. From Exploration to Focus Identification2<br />Exploring for Future Business<br />Selecting & Focusing Capability to selectideas for focusseddevelopment<br />Influenced by Degree of embeddedness & uncertainty of idea(s) <br /><ul><li>Corporate level knowledge integration mechanisms
  28. 28. Justification of new ideas/focus --- culture</li></ul> Sense making & Selecting & Focusing<br />A Framing – Reframing Capability<br />
  29. 29. Design and Application Competition<br />Mobilization for Applications<br />Net Mobilization:<br /><ul><li>Actor identification  Capabilities, positions & roles
  30. 30. Agenda setting  Develop an attractive and credible vision</li></ul>Influencedby:<br /><ul><li>Visioning capability  attractiveness & credibility
  31. 31. Cooperative capability  architecture</li></li></ul><li>Competition for Production and Distribution<br />Mobilization for Dissemination<br />Building of competitiveDemand-SupplyNets<br /><ul><li>Net management capability
  32. 32. Net business models – roles, responsibilities, value
  33. 33. Organisational solutions – role coordination – IT/KM –infrastructure
  34. 34. Knowledge codification & task coordination & integration</li></li></ul><li>Wireless services innovations at bullet trains–ICT System Implementation<br />Case Bullettrain<br />
  35. 35. Professor Senja SvahnTeta-1010 Teollisuustalouden perusteet<br />Analysis of requirements<br /><ul><li>Identifying facts: knowledge & competences
  36. 36. How to identify what knowledge you must have?
  37. 37. What knowledge is missing?
  38. 38. Missing factors:</li></ul>How to deal with non-existing knowledge<br />Is it possible to produce?<br />When to produce new infrastructure/technology<br /><ul><li>How to facilitate knowledge creation?
  39. 39. How to integrate knowledge into innovation?
  40. 40. Learning & absorptive capacity</li></li></ul><li>Conclutions<br />Emergencecanbecharacterized in interrelatedphases<br />Goal-directed actor behavior and serendipity<br />Actor’s learning orientation and absorptive capacity while creating future<br /><ul><li>Actors with advanced capabilities can influence their own destinies and influence into the development of emergence </li></li></ul><li>Thank you for your attention!<br />Be innovative,<br />Drive the way to the<br />future!<br />17<br />TETA – 5320 Senja Svahn, PhD.<br />16.5.2010<br />

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