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  • Key Success Factors to Better Technology Transfer Marseille, April, 2, 2012 MET3 Model Dr. Athena Roumboutsos Dpt. Shipping, Trade and Transport, University of the AegeanNational Hellenic Research Foundation (& KINNO)
  • Scope• Fully integrated TTT model for MED conditions: – knowledge and people flows, – evaluation & marketing of IP, – operational and commercialisation alternatives, etc.• Policy interventions & recommendations – Regulatory, – Research & technology-related – Innovation-related policies• Transfer of MET3 results
  • Building Blocks MET3 Tools Contextual Factors Stakeholders/ Actors
  • TT Stakeholders & Actors• Technology Producers [Universities/ Research Institutes & Centers (Public) - Corporate R&D Laboratories/ Centers (Private)]• Technology Consumers [Manufacturers, Service Providers etc. (Private) - Government Agencies/ Companies etc. (Public)]• Product Producers• Product Consumers [Primary (end users) & Secondary (service providers)]• Brokers [Government Agencies/ Bodies (Public) - TT Intermediaries, VCs, Angel Investors etc. (Private)]• Standardisation Bodies• Funders/ Seed Capital etc. (Private & Public) Source: Bauer et al. 2010)
  • Contextual Factors• Systems of Innovation Approach – Evolution Theory – Systemic Problems in spread of Innovation: – Infrastructural failures – Transition failures – Lock-in/path dependency failures – Hard institutional failure – Soft institutional failure – Strong network failures – Weak network failures – Capabilities’ failure• Market Demand & Competition• System Boundaries
  • Systems of Innovation Framework NATIONAL CONTEXT Actors TEC. TEC. PROD. PROD. BROKERS FUNDSContextual Factors PROD. CONS. PROD. CONSUMINFRASTRUCTURETRANSITIONHARDINSTITUTIONSSOFTINSTITUTIONSSTRONGNETWORKSWEAK NETWORKSCAPABILITIESMARKET
  • Key References• Arrow K. (1962) Economic welfare and the allocation of resources for invention. In: Nelson R, editor. The rate and direction of inventive activity. Princeton University Press; 609-25.• Edquist, C., Hommen, L., Johnson, B., Lemola, T., Malerba, F., Reiss, T., Smith, K., (1998) The ISE Policy Statement—the Innovation Policy Implications of the ‘Innovations Systems and European Integration’. Research project funded by the TSER programme (DG XII). Linkooping University, Linkooping.• Woolthuis, R. K., Lankhuizen, M., & Gilsing, V. (2005) A System Failure Framework for Innovation Policy Design. Technovation , 25, 609-619.• Roumboutsos, A., Kapros, S., Lekakou, M. (2011) Motorways of the Sea in the SE Mediterranean: innovation systems’ analysis of policy instruments, ECONSHIP 2011, Chios, June 22-24, 2011• “Innovation Processes in Surface Transport”, FP7, TREN/FP7TR/234076”INNOSUTRA
  • TTT Model Approach Technology Innovation STAKEHOLDERS CharacteristicsCONTEXTUAL SYSTEM Assessment of FACTORS OF Market INNOVATION Meso/Macro Level (ORIGIN) STAKEHOLDERS TT Strategies CONTEXTUAL SYSTEM FACTORS OF TT Process INNOVATION Efficiency (DESTINATION)
  • TT Tools Used in MET3C3.2 – Description of Region Assessment of MarketC3.3 – Description of Sector Meso/Macro LevelC3.5 – TBOs Technology Innovation CharacteristicsC4.1 – Exploitation plans & workshops (EPW) STAKEHOLDERSC4.2 – Portal (P) SYSTEM CONTEXTUAL OFC4.3 – TT Missions (TT) FACTORS INNOVATION (ORIGIN)C4.4 – Capacity building events (CBE) & (DESTINATION)
  • Systems of Innovation Framework NATIONAL CONTEXT Actors TEC. TEC. PROD. PROD. BROKERS FUNDSContextual Factors PROD. CONS. PROD. CONSUMINFRASTRUCTURE EPW EPW EPW EPW EPW EPWTRANSITION P P P P P PHARD EPW EPW EPW EPW EPW EPWINSTITUTIONSSOFT P P P P P PINSTITUTIONSSTRONG & WEAK TT TT TT TT TT TTNETWORKSCAPABILITIES P / CBE P / CBE P / CBE P / CBE P / CBE P / CBEMARKET EPW EPW EPW EPW EPW EPW
  • Transnational• C4.1 – Exp Plans (CITA)• C4.2 – Portal – UAegean• C4.3 – TT - FUERM• C4.5 – Consolidation workshop - NHRF TT Strategies TT Process Efficiency
  • Technology Transfer Efficiency• TT Justification and selection• TT Planning stage• TT Negotiations Stage –E.g. Approaches and strategies, Trust• TT Implementation –E.g. Execution, Experience, Costs, Targets
  • Transnational Systems of Innovation Framework Actors TEC. PROD. PROD. PROD. BROKERSContextual FactorsINFRASTRUCTURETRANSITIONHARD INSTITUTIONSSOFT INSTITUTIONSSTRONG NETWORKSWEAK NETWORKS NBE NBE NBECAPABILITIES TTE / EV /CONS TTE / EV /CONS TTE / EV /CONSMARKET ? ? ?
  • Thank you…for asking! athena@aegean.gr