BarCamp Scotland Triple Helix 2007 from Centre for Entrepreneurship Research

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Presentation by Michael Clouser, Ph.D. Candidate, Centre for Entrepreneurship Research, School of Management and Economics, University of Edinburgh, at BarCamp Scotland 2007. A bit from his Ph.D. on …

Presentation by Michael Clouser, Ph.D. Candidate, Centre for Entrepreneurship Research, School of Management and Economics, University of Edinburgh, at BarCamp Scotland 2007. A bit from his Ph.D. on the Triple Helix, Innovation, and specifically the case of BarCamp Scotland.

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  • 1. Industry-Government-University Interaction and Web 2.0: The Adhoc event of BarCamp Scotland Michael Clouser, Ph.D. Student Centre for Entrepreneurship Research University of Edinburgh BarCamp Scotland 03/03/07 Michael.clouser”Gmail.com
  • 2. Importance
    • The Knowledge Economy
    • The Fall of the West
    • Universities increasingly more important as centres of knowledge creation: Research, teaching, and learning
    • The third role of the university in economic development more important
  • 3. Centre for Entrepreneurship Research
    • In School of Management at the University of Edinburgh.
    • RESEARCH THEMES:
    • *Technology Entrepreneurship
    • *Entrepreneurial Learning and Development
    • *Entrepreneurial Finance
    • *Entrepreneurial Business Development
    • *International Entrepreneurship
    • http://www.man.ed.ac.uk/research/centres/cer/themes.html
  • 4. Triple Helix Model
    • Etzkowitz 2000
    • Industry-Government-University interaction
    • Changing Roles
    • Language integration
    • Role in innovation and entrepreneurship
  • 5. Triple Helix 1
  • 6. Triple Helix 2
  • 7. Triple Helix 3
  • 8. Hybrids and Networks
  • 9. Innovation
    • Tri-lateral networks, Hybrid Organizations help “fill gaps”
    • Adhoc networks, events, and organizations increasingly used
    • Entrepreneurs in the knowledge interface
    • Entrepreneurs birthed in hybrid settings
  • 10. BarCamp Scotland
    • Adhoc Event
    • University’s role is that of hospitality (convention space)
    • -Food, Beverage, Space to interact
    • Industry does the teaching
    • University learns from industry
    • Scottish Enterprise does the funding and learning
    • Use of Web 2.0 to share knowledge globally
  • 11. Question
    • Scotland today: Beginning of
    • 2 nd Enlightment or Renaissance?
    • Or both
  • 12. Renaissance
    • The period in western Europe from the mid fifteenth century to the industrial age. The word means "rebirth" and was characterized by a radica l development in the arts, medicine, politics and sciences.
    • www.zulumoon.com/glossary/R-glossary.htm
    • Period in Europe from the late fourteenth through the sixteenth centuries, characterized by a renewed interest in human-centered classical art, literature, and learning. www.ackland.org/tours/classes/glossary.html
  • 13. Rebirth and Renewed Interest
    • In the period and players of the Scottish Enlightment
    • The re-integration of arts and sciences
    • The social technology phenomenon and its humanism: Web 2.0
  • 14. Inspace – School of Informatics
    • Integrate the community
    • Mix art and informatics
    • Facilitate better human communications
    • Birth an grow and appreciation of the arts in computer scientists
    • Use Web 2.0 and other technologies to touch the local and global community and make for better interactions through enhanced communication