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PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
PRO VE international conference - Innovation and Knowledge Networks
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Presentation on Innovation and Knowledge Networks during the 12th IFIP Working Conference on VIRTUAL ENTERPRISES @ FIA, São Paulo, Brazil

Presentation on Innovation and Knowledge Networks during the 12th IFIP Working Conference on VIRTUAL ENTERPRISES @ FIA, São Paulo, Brazil

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  • 1. PRO-VE ConferenceCollaborative NetworksInnovation and Knowledge Managementfor Collaborative Networks.José Cláudio TerraFundação Instituto de AdministraçãoSão Paulo, August 18th, 2011
  • 2. How companies are organizing their innovation andknowledge management for collaborative networks?
  • 3. Two Complimentary approaches1. Company-led formal innovation networks2. Innovation 2.0 – Internet markets
  • 4. Two Complimentary approaches1. Company-led formal innovation networks2. Innovation 2.0 – Internet markets
  • 5. Source: Época Magazine
  • 6. Benchmark Study: “Best Practices in Open InnovationSystems”: Participating Companies Brazil Global © TerraForum
  • 7. Best Practices in Open Innovation Systems (OIS) “ Philips established partnerships all over the innovation stages, from basic research to commercialization. Besides, developed a technology park in Eindhoven that became worldwide renowned that was capable to attract the strategic competencies to the company. Philips High Tech Campus offers infrastructure for their partners, e.g.: suppliers, consultants, patents office, venture capitalists, governmental research organizations, research specialists. It also offers paid services, such: offices for rental, incubation and laboratories. © TerraForum
  • 8. High Tech Campus, a new concept on OpenInnovation System • Modern technology park • More than €500M in investments; • Technology-based startups incubation • The design stimulates and forces collaboration between partners • Close to universities • “Research Hotel” concept © TerraForum
  • 9. Best Practices in Open Innovation Systems (OIS)Philips High Tech Campus (Eindhoven) © TerraForum
  • 10. Companies are creating their own Open InnovationSystems, that are composed by... Processes Partners´ Network and Governance relationship Open Innovation System Organizational Infrastructure structure © TerraForum
  • 11. “Best Practices in Open Innovation Systems”: Context • TerraForum led a national and international research about tecnological innovation systems, with the purpose of evaluating how companies structure their open innovation activities. • For this purpose, it was used the Four Dimensions Model, developed by TerraForum, which includes the four pillars for management of technological innovation systems . • Open Innovation Objectives • Infrastructure • Open Innovation focus and Support and • Business and Services Support strategy Strategy • Partners and Network Management • Services System’s Location • Encouragement to Collaboration • Partner Network composition • Governance and Organizational • Partner role Structure • Partner Relationship Relational Organizational • System’s Marketing • Intelectual Property • Open Innovation Processes © TerraForum
  • 12. The Maturity Model • The repport result showed different practices adopted concerning open innovation around the world. • Based on these results, TerraForum developed an Open Innovation Maturity Model, which is composed by four distinct levels: World Class Advanced Explorers Beginners © TerraForum
  • 13. Strategic Dimension Dimension Beginners Explorers Advanced World Class • Innovation is • Innovation is part • Growth strategy • Aspire to be world leader in not seen as of the strategic based on innovation innovation strategic direction • Participate in the • System’s exclusive strategy • Partnerships for • Some radical entire innovation incremental innovations value chain. • Partnerships in the entire innovations R&D&I process ; • Focus in Research • Close to the world • Historical and Development centers of • Open innovation system Strategic location. technological with specific locus. • Close to knowledge. Universities © TerraForum
  • 14. Relational Dimension Dimension Beginners Explorers Advanced World Class • Few partners • Larger number of • Global partnership • Partnerships for network partners and networks support • Partners for the bigger diversity. development • Relationships • Leadership in programs for phases • Partners for beyond mere national and international research, contracts. research • No formal development and policies on testing. • Partners part of all Intelectual R&D&I and • Strategic partnerships Relational Property • Creation of basic commercialization globally intelectual phases. properties • Intelectual Property as a policies. • Comprehensive IP source of value creation. Policies © TerraForum
  • 15. Support and Services Dimension Dimension Beginners Explorers Advanced World Class • Few services or • Infrastructure and • Support to innovation • Seeks to create local support infra- equipments sharing management services innovation systems, with structure to the exclusive infrastructure, partner • Collaboration not • Invest on the partner,, Research support services, specifically acquire companies and general services management • No specific stimulated. technologies, perform partner training. spin-offs, joint- • Exclusive management with • Some mecanisms ventures and other the purpose of constantly • No formal focused on partner strategic alliances. increase the system strength. Support and mecanisms attraction, Manage individual focused on development or • Support for relationships and the partner Services partner evaluation. collaboration among network. attraction, partners. development or • Seeks to attract a variety of evaluation. partnerships and invests in the development of the partners • No support for collaboration • Support for collaboration among partners. © TerraForum
  • 16. Organizational Dimension Dimension Beginners Explorers Advanced World Class • The R&D&I is • Funcional areas • Physical structures • Physical structures appear as part of the with dedicated exclusive for P&D&I systems of Technological organization and teams to R&D&I. separated from the Innovation, separated from is scattered leader company. the company’s business as among • Governance: middle usual. functional areas. management and • Formal areas regular committees. dedicated to • Outsourcing of the physical • No exclusive innovation with high structure management functional • Management with degree of autonomy structures low degree of in the decision- • Governance withOrganizational focused on open autonomy making. participation of parners and innovation external entities • Actions in the early • Brand strengthening • No marketing stages focused on • Dedicated structures to the iniciatives brand system’s institutional strengthening relationship. • Specific formal processes and tools • Branding © TerraForum
  • 17. Two Complimentary approaches 1. Company-led formal innovation networks 2. Innovation 2.0 – Internet markets
  • 18. Innovation 2.0 Value Chain Competitive Ideas Tests and Commercialization R&D&E Intelligence and Insights Prototypes and Scaling Up • Prediction • Ideas • Investment • Lead-users • Technology • Opinions • Contests • Co-development opinion Commercialization • Trends • Technologies • Specific Solutions • Pilot Plans • Viral marketing • Technology transfers • Mass Feedback Web 2.0 Clients, Universities, Research Centers, Suppliers, Partners and Competitors © TerraForum
  • 19. Innovation 2.0 Value Chain Competitive Ideas Tests and Commercialization R&D&E Intelligence and Insights Prototypes and Scaling Up © TerraForum
  • 20. Innovation 2.0 Formats MarketFormat / Leadership Companies © TerraForum
  • 21. Innovation 2.0 Formats Collaboration / Thematic Drive Without Collaboration With Collaboration MarketFormat / Leadership Companies © TerraForum
  • 22. Innovation 2.0 Formats Collaboration / Thematic Drive Without Collaboration With Collaboration Any Theme Specific Themes Any Theme Specific Themes MarketFormat / Leadership Companies © TerraForum
  • 23. Innovation 2.0 Formats Collaboration / Thematic Drive Without Collaboration With Collaboration Any Theme Specific Themes Any Theme Specific Themes MarketFormat / Leadership Companies © TerraForum
  • 24. Final Considerations
  • 25. Key Factors for Innovation and KnowledgeManagement Collaborative Networks Clearly Defined Support and IP policies Organizational Services for Structure and Partners Governance Strong Relation Infrastructure Network and location Adequate Partners Funding Collaborative Stakeholders Culture Support Open Processes and Strategic Innovation KPIs for Alignment Innovation System Mgmt © TerraForum
  • 26. Key Factors for Innovation and KnowledgeManagement Collaborative Networks Clearly Defined Support and IP policies Organizational Services for Structure and Partners Governance Strong Relation Infrastructure Network and location Adequate Partners Funding Worldview Collaborative Stakeholders Culture Support Open Processes and Strategic Innovation KPIs for Alignment Innovation System Mgmt © TerraForum
  • 27. Key Factors for Innovation and KnowledgeManagement Collaborative Networks Clearly Defined Support and IP policies Organizational Services for Structure and Partners Governance Strong Relation Infrastructure Network and location Adequate Worldview Partners + Funding Collaborative Culture Active Management Stakeholders Support Open Processes and Strategic Innovation KPIs for Alignment Innovation System Mgmt © TerraForum
  • 28. Thank you! José Cláudio Terra Twitter: @claudioterra www.slideshare.net/jcterra SÃO PAULO – Rua Francisco Leitão, 469 – cj. 1704 Jd. América – São Paulo-SP – CEP 05414-020 – Tel/Fax: +55 (11) 3088-6021 CURITIBA – Praça General Osório, 45 – cj. 305 Centro – Curitiba-PR – CEP 80020-010 – Tel. +55 (41) 3233-8891 RIO DE JANEIRO – Praia de Botafogo, 300 – sala 521 Botafogo – Rio de Janeiro-RJ – CEP 22250-040 – Tel. +55 (21)2158-1086 BELO HORIZONTE – Rua Sergipe, 925 – cj. 601 Savassi – 30130-171 Belo Horizonte - MG

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