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  • Faculty of business management Innovation policy in Lithuanian enterprises Final master thesis Tomas Pranckevičius Vilnius, 2009
  • Content • Introduction • Internationalisation and economic performance • Theory of innovations • Innovation policy in Lithuania • Proposals for innovation policy in Lithuanian enterprises • Conclusions and proposals T. Pranckevičius Innovation policy in Lithuanian enterprises 2
  • Introduction • Research object: science, technology and innovation policy, policy creation, policy promotion. • Research aim: to describe innovations, to indicate the most important factors of innovation in Lithuania, to create policy and solutions how to improve innovation in Lithuanian enterprises. • Research methodology: scientific literature analysis (science research articles, monographs, scientific conferences and seminar methodology) and documents (programs, strategies, reports) analysis, comparison, summation. • Goals or research questions: how to build better innovation level in Lithuania? What kind of unsuccessful factors exist in innovation policy implementation? T. Pranckevičius Innovation policy in Lithuanian enterprises 3
  • Internationalisation and economic performance • Innovation through the CREATION, DIFFUSION and use of KNOWLEDGE has become a KEY driver of ECONOMIC GROW and provides part of the response to many new societal changes. The determinants of innovation performance have changed in a globalising knowledge-based economy, partly as a result of recent developments in INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (ICTs). T. Pranckevičius Innovation policy in Lithuanian enterprises 4
  • Models of innovation T. Pranckevičius Innovation policy in Lithuanian enterprises 4
  • Sparking innovations in communities Incubator, Mentoring Policy Finance, Risk Regulations Capital Innovative enterprises S&T Skills, Knowledge, Human Tech Resources Transfer Research & Development T. Pranckevičius Innovation policy in Lithuanian enterprises 6
  • Innovation networks and knowledge clusters Classical Information Post-Modern Innovation Architecture Architecture Top-Down Bottom-Up Centralized Distributed Closed Open Stable Adaptive Planned Emergent Command / Control Collaboration / Teamwork Enterprise – Wide Collaboration Command / Control Councils / Boards T. Pranckevičius Innovation policy in Lithuanian enterprises 7
  • Innovation policy in Lithuania • R&D EXPENDITURES in enterprises 0.55% in 1998 and it is still only 0.82% in 2007 of GDP. • Innovations activities in Lithuanian enterprises for R&D are intramural 44.1% and extramural 26.9% (2004-2006). • Low participation in lifelong learning 4.9% leads to obsolete qualifications, actually not suitable for high skill work. • Lithuanian patents per million populations are 0.37% EPO (EU level 9.83%). • Lithuania by the 2008 European Innovation Scoreboard is in the level of catching-up countries. Lithuanian has only around 1% annual grow in INNOVATION PERFORMANCE. T. Pranckevičius Innovation policy in Lithuanian enterprises 8
  • Co-operation arrangements on innovation activities, 2004–2006 Percent of enterprises with innovation activity • 43% enterprises collaborate in innovation activities, • 27.7% of all innovations were generated in collaboration with CLIENTS or CUSTOMERS, • 21.2% with OTHER PARTNERS, • 34% with SUPPLIERS, • 18.4% higher EDUCATION institutions, Lithuanian statistics, 2008 • 10.3% RESEARCH institutions. T. Pranckevičius Innovation policy in Lithuanian enterprises 9
  • Internet access total by economic activities • 96.1% percent of enterprises with the staff of 10 and more employees used computers, 95% percent – the Internet at work • In everyday work, computers were used at least once a week by 31.4% percent, the Internet – by 28.8% percent of employees of such enterprises Lithuanian statistics, 2008 T. Pranckevičius Innovation policy in Lithuanian enterprises 10
  • Collaborative work space innovation and societal change Technology transformation visualisation and virtualisation, possibilities for identification, such tools like Living Labs and maybe more opportunities looks very widely and perspective in the near future and good scenarios for innovative enterprises. T. Pranckevičius Innovation policy in Lithuanian enterprises 11
  • Basic Technologies of Living Lab architecture • Living labs can be used as an instrument and core for the collaboration in national and regional innovations systems, between enterprises, science and research institutes, clusters, public-private partnership. IT Enable Strategy, Collaboration... Councils/Boards/Working Groups... Employee (Social/Visual)... Networks Innovation / Process / Speed / Scale... Productivity Sustainable Differentiation... Time to Market Enterprises / Technology... Architecture T. Pranckevičius Innovation policy in Lithuanian enterprises 12
  • Global Lithuanian conception Building human-like world's knowledge base in Lithuanian language and provide knowledge based search semantics systems and services with virtual space economy or Knowledge Based – Geospatial Information System (KB- GIS). Levels: 1) NATIONAL, 2) NORDIC-BALTIC REGION 3) INTERNATIONAL. To be a part of GLOBAL MIND? T. Pranckevičius Innovation policy in Lithuanian enterprises 13
  • Conclusions and proposals (I) • Higher education sector with science and technology research are the key driver of innovation performance. • Promote economic cooperation and entrepreneurship, regional cluster cooperation and innovation opportunities in the region with special focus on creative and innovative industries. • Science, technology and innovation development commission is not so active today. Innovation coordination institution strongly is recommended to establish. T. Pranckevičius Innovation policy in Lithuanian enterprises 14
  • Conclusions and proposals (II) • Enterprises and science in collaboration have a lack of innovation strategies, there is no national innovation strategy. • Enterprises have not enough access to public activities in public and scientific institution funding programs and it not promotes entrepreneurship collaborative network with partners. • There is a lack of measurements about innovation activities through ICTs. Analysis of networking and partnerships for innovation, application of networks, partnership for innovation activities, and productivity of interaction within networks is rather limited and needs to be developed. T. Pranckevičius Innovation policy in Lithuanian enterprises 15
  • Conclusions and proposals (III) • Stimulate collaboration, innovation culture and creative entrepreneurship: 1) eliminate all not necessary bureaucracy, 2) promote foreign investments, 3) ensure credits, 4) manage fiscal deficit, 5) stimulate economic activity and 6) promote all state institutions and involve in innovation processes. • To set up better relationship and to let increase working efficiency in change and increased way of using ICTs: to enhance innovation by empowering users, workers, science and industry in collaborative and organizational way. T. Pranckevičius Innovation policy in Lithuanian enterprises 16
  • Thank you! Questions and remarks! T. Pranckevičius Innovation policy in Lithuanian enterprises 17