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  • 1. tcbe.ch – ICT Cluster Bern, Switzerland Christoph Beer mundi consulting ag ICT Cluster Bern, Switzerland christoph.beer@tcbe.ch christoph.beer@mundiconsulting.com
  • 2. Seite 2 Facts tcbe.ch - ICT Cluster Bern, Switzerland Founded: 13.12.1996 The tcbe is a non-commercial association (Article 60 of the Swiss Civil Code (ZGB)). Target: ICT Cluster Bern is a collaboration between companies, training institutions, trade associations and local authorities with the aim of strengthening the telecommunications and IT sector in our economic region 205 members including companies (suppliers and users), Government, Education, ICT-organisations
  • 3. Seite 3 Main Topics of the cluster • Networking • • Go international (Import and Export-Promotion) • Education • Knowledge and technology transfer • Experience exchange / Centres of Competence • Communication / focus • Promotion of the region • Inter-/cross-clustering
  • 4. Short intro- duction of tcbe.ch, ‘Best Practices’ in Knowledge Management Christoph Beer mundi consulting ag ICT Cluster Bern, Switzerland christoph.beer@tcbe.ch christoph.beer@mundiconsulting.com
  • 5. Seite 5 View of Knowledge Management Cluster Workforce Companies
  • 6. Seite 6 View of Knowledge Management • Cluster • ELMO’s • Centers of Competence • Workforce • OdA, Initiative about education • Companies • Own initiative • About 5 companies are active on the market
  • 7. KM as a tool for cluster innovation development Christoph Beer mundi consulting ag ICT Cluster Bern, Switzerland christoph.beer@tcbe.ch christoph.beer@mundiconsulting.com
  • 8. Overall Goal EMLOS overall goal is to promote more sustainable transport through the development of electromobility solutions for cities and regions. 01/06/2012 8Christoph Beer, tcbe.ch – ICT Cluster Bern, Switzerland, mundi consulting ag
  • 9. Project Objectives I. Paradigm Shift: From Ownership to Usage Development of concepts for future business models able to create new mobility patterns in urban environments. 01/06/2012 9 II. Cross-border Field Tests Design of cross-border field tests to demonstrate state-of-the-art in technology and infrastructure, to identify further research needs and to analyse acceptance by users. III. Joint Action Plan Elaboration and adoption of a cross-border action plan to strengthen the research and knowledge base and contributing to competitiveness of European «mobility industries». Christoph Beer, tcbe.ch – ICT Cluster Bern, Switzerland, mundi consulting ag
  • 10. ELMOS Concept 01/06/2012 10 Problem Areas CO2 Emissions Energy Scarcity Congestio n Noise Emissions Technologi es, Concepts & Solutions Optimised Research infrastructures ICT Energy Automotive Cities & Regions Holistic Mobility- concepts Market Uptake Citizens Readiness Socio- economic Benefits Quality of Life Competitiv e-ness Sustainabl e Growth
  • 11. Workplan
  • 12. Participating Regions 01/06/2012 12 Region Stuttgart Inhabitants 2,7 Mio. Territory 3.700 km2 GDP per capita 35.200 € Employees 180.000 (800) West-Transdanubia Inhabitants 1,0 Mio. Territory 11.329 km2 GDP per capita 9.900 € Employees 14.700 (88) Alsace/Franche-Comté Inhabitants 121,7 Mio. Territory 25.482 km2 GDP per capita 25.500 € Employees 114.000 (450) Greater Berne Inhabitants 1,0 Mio. Territory 6.000 km2 GDP per capita 44.556 € Employees 61.400 (1.400) Slovenia Inhabitants 2,0 Mio. Territory 20.273 km2 GDP per capita 22.100 € Employees 15.500 (209) Vorarlberg Inhabitants 0,4 Mio. Territory 2.601 km2 GDP per capita 31.900 € Employees n.A. (-) Christoph Beer, tcbe.ch – ICT Cluster Bern, Switzerland, mundi consulting ag
  • 13. 01/06/2012 13Cluster Science Model Region Field Tests Institute for Work & Technology (Coordinator) City System GmbH Partner & Competencies Energy Automotive ICT CARS Economic Development Agency Region Stuttgart Automotive Cluster Slovenia Panon Novum Innovation Agency Hungarian Vehicle Engineering Cluster VLOTTE - Vorarlberger Electroautomobile GmbH Pôle Vehicule du Future tcbe – ICT Cluster Switzerland autocluster.ch University of Applied Sciences Berne
  • 14. Summary Elmo’s • Identification of existing Knowledge • Definition of future needed Knowledge • Close the Gap with a Joint Action plan Electro Mobility as a KM-Tool for Regional Development
  • 15. eGovernment Innovation Center a Center of Competence, initiated by tcbe.ch and Kanton of Bern
  • 16. Field of Action www.egov-schweiz.ch 16
  • 17. Actual State • Accosiation eGov-Schweiz founded on 29.8.2011 as Public Private Partnership • An acting Board, President Urs Stalder • An acting Management, CEO Christoph Beer • An acting Advisory board, President Prof. Dr. Urs Sauter • Members from Research (4) and Economic (17) • Budget > CHF 1 Mio. for the first three years www.egov-schweiz.ch 17
  • 18. Seite 18 Knowledge Transfer Identificati on of Knowledge Function Person Virtual Source Transfer of Knowledge Controlling
  • 19. New methods in Innovation Management field (Open Innovation and Design Thinking (Susan Pinter)) Christoph Beer mundi consulting ag ICT Cluster Bern, Switzerland christoph.beer@tcbe.ch christoph.beer@mundiconsulting.com
  • 20. Seite 20 The innovation process
  • 21. Seite 21 Type of innovation
  • 22. OpenInnovation The definition ‚Open Innovation‘ was first used by Henry Chesbrough. 2003 he observe innovation concepts under the thinking of globalization and fluctuation of the workforce. Seite 22
  • 23. Innovation Philosophies • Open Innovation • Closed Innovation • Lead User Method • Market Driven Innovation • Customer Involved Innovation • Living Labs • Knowledge Management Seite 23
  • 24. Innovation Process theoretically • Open Innovation • Closed Innovation Seite 24 Crowd Sourcing Implemen- tation Market Integration Idea Generation Implemen- tation Market Integration
  • 25. Innovation Process in use • Open Innovation • Closed Innovation Seite 25 Crowd Sourcing Implemen- tation Market Integration Idea Generation Implemen- tation Market Integration
  • 26. Sub-Process Idea Generation Step 3 Choose of Ideas Step1 Definition of the question Step 2 Idea Searching / Screening Step 5 Planning of the implemen- tation Step 4 Ranking of Ideas
  • 27. Crowd Sourcing with Atizo Social Innovation Crowd = more than15'000 creative thinkers Web 2.0 Software
  • 28. Who is the crowd? • You don’t know • Behaviour of a swarm / Collective Inteligence • Fully open Crowd / Public Crowd • Half- public Crowd • Closed Crowd / Known Team Seite 28
  • 29. Different ways of Idea Generation • Crowd Sourcing • Brainstorming • Markets Trends • Technology Trends • Lead User Method • 6-5-3 Method • And so on Seite 30
  • 30. Successful Innovations Seite 31 Ideas for Implementation
  • 31. Seite 32 Contact tcbe.ch – ICT Cluster Bern, Switzerland mundi consulting ag Christoph Beer Cluster-Manager, CEO Phone: +41 31 326 76 76 Mobile: +41 79 608 18 13 Christoph.Beer@tcbe.ch / Christoph.Beer@mundiconsulting.com