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Frank Piller, Christophe Deutsch, Saileth Ramirez, Philippe Dancause &Jean-Sébastien Bouchard
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   Step 1 : Call for problems       As a call for papers in a more traditional conference       2,000$ to post a proble...
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   Highlights       New ideas       Ideas confirmed       Networking       Better understanding of the problems   Fe...
   Solver profiles                      Provenance des                      experts                      (Autre = Associa...
   DMR Solver profile during the day      Found the problem interesting –            Made it their first choice –      be...
   Fusion of    the problem    between    Living lab &    DMR   Intelligent    bike helmet    & sensors    network      ...
   1 problem with critical    consequences     Either they find a solution or      the manufacturing plant      closes d...
 100 hours already spent  trying to find a solution Needed to « get out of  the box » and far from  their own paradigms...
   Success of the first edition     Main goals:      ▪ democratization of OI tools for SMEs,      ▪ validation of the va...
   « Challenge Quebec » project team       Baby Yahya (Québec International - CIQ)       Bouchard Jean-Sébastien (Grisv...
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  1. 1. Frank Piller, Christophe Deutsch, Saileth Ramirez, Philippe Dancause &Jean-Sébastien Bouchard
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  3. 3.  Step 1 : Call for problems  As a call for papers in a more traditional conference  2,000$ to post a problem for this first year Step 2 : Broadcasting of problems  Selection of the problems that would benefit most from the approach  « Broadcast of search » approach as for other innovation accelerators  Support by IDTEQ researchers to well define the problem (one « ambassador » per seeker) and to prepare the seeker for the conference day Step 3 : Finding and motivating solvers  Finding the best potential solvers by specific broadcasts,  Using IDTEQ’s networks (the power of the R&D organizations)  Using social media for general broadcast Step 4 : Seeking for solution in a cocreation mode  transfer from an exclusively online platform approach to a real collaboration between potential solvers  Networking opportunities much larger than the classical one (many problems requiring multidisciplinary skills) 3
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  6. 6.  Highlights  New ideas  Ideas confirmed  Networking  Better understanding of the problems Feedback on the process  Great experience  No IP problem during the day (possible to have real business discussion in a very open approach)  A very good convergence step  Somehow destabilizing for some researcher (but in the end very positive) Outcomes  Kruger: 2 new application ideas  Labrie: came with a need for incremental innovation/ ended with a radical one  Living Lab / DMR: merged during the day ! 6
  7. 7.  Solver profiles Provenance des experts (Autre = Associations, government, CCTT…) 7
  8. 8.  DMR Solver profile during the day Found the problem interesting – Made it their first choice – before the conference before the conferenceParticipated in the first Participated in the second Participated in the thirdround: exploration round - emergence round - convergence 8
  9. 9.  Fusion of the problem between Living lab & DMR Intelligent bike helmet & sensors network 9
  10. 10.  1 problem with critical consequences  Either they find a solution or the manufacturing plant closes down 8 questions out of the World cafe 5 ideas to explore 3 probable solutions  3 new products were proposed (paper tarpaulin to preserve soil humidity) 1 action to follow up  Will the facility remain open ? To be continued…
  11. 11.  100 hours already spent trying to find a solution Needed to « get out of the box » and far from their own paradigms No apparent solution, no end date estimated  This event was a « make it or break it » case This event provides answers never imagined before
  12. 12.  Success of the first edition  Main goals: ▪ democratization of OI tools for SMEs, ▪ validation of the value creation of such a conference ▪ For the seekers ▪ For the solver  Results: ▪ 10 industrial problems submitted (we targeted five), ▪ value creation for the seekers ▪ networking outside the « normal » network ▪ value from the ambassadors (better understanding of their own problem ▪ Visibility for the seekers ▪ Innovation acceleration (will be measured in the next months) ▪ Value for solvers ▪ Better visibility of the R&D centers and the value of working with them ▪ Contact with real industry problems and networking for students ▪ Value for the community ▪ Great laboratory for real open innovation ▪ Enhancing community innovation spirit 12
  13. 13.  « Challenge Quebec » project team  Baby Yahya (Québec International - CIQ)  Bouchard Jean-Sébastien (Grisvert)  Brosseau Jacques (CRIQ) Members  Dancause Philippe (Grisvert)  Dessureault Yves (CRIQ)  Deutsch Christophe (INO)  Fournier Francis (FPInnovations)  Godbout Stéphane (IRDA)  Lavallée Claire (COREM)  Quirion Natalie (Parc Techno) Open Innovation expert  Piller Frank (RWTH Aachen University)  Delage Jean-Nicolas (Fasken Martineau) QSS original idea  Christine Alain (INO) « Québec seeks solutions » conference team (QSS is a module of Challenge Quebec) _ QSS Ambassadors  Belzile Martin (IRDA)  Jedidi Rym (INO) _ Bouchard Michel (CRIQ)  Ramirez Saileth (CRIQ) _ Brunet Gilles (FPInnovations)  Thibault Marie-Claude (FPInnovations) _ Bergeron Pierre (INO)  Tremblay Philippe (Grisvert) _ Coté Patrice (INO) Other Challenge Quebec contributors _ Jedidi Rym (INO)  Étienne Nicolas (INO) _ Kaffel Hédi (CRIQ)  Juttras Danielle (INO) _ Tremblay Marie-Louise (CRIQ)  Meneghini Chiara (INO) _ Tremblay Philippe (grisvert)  Paquet François (Québec International )  Ringuette Mélanie (Parc Techno) _ Vidal David (FPInnovations) 13
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