KNOWLEDGE – RESEARCHERS : highly motivated to publish, low motivation for research projects, often on own devices to pursue business, lured to easy cash from consultancy (corporate researcher is a difficult carreer choice)
OPPORTUNITY – BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT : Almost always focused on immediate opportunity, more of a follower’s attitude
VALUE – DEVELOPMENT/PRODUCTION/SALES : Strongest component of the eco-system. Often top skills and top innovators around.
EQUITY – OWNERS, INVESTORS, BANKER : Strongly conservative, often orthodox non-believers in innovation, often believe what they see on paper in numbers.
Innovation Dynamics Knowledge is GLOBAL, value is LOCAL
Innovation Dynamics Intrapreneurial Company is the Future Organizational skills to adopt new ideas and diversity. Intrapreneurship is underrated, enterpreneurship is overrated. High Value Add ≠ New Company
Value Pyramid Cost of Innovation Barriers for Competition Risk of Innovation
Systemic Linkages Firms collaborating on innovation with higher education institutions by size, 2004-06 Firms collaborating on innovation activities by size, 2004-06 Firms collaborating on innovation with government institutions by size, 2004-06 Source : OECD STI Scoreboard, 2008
Structural Performance Elements of design for R&D Structure : Profile of researchers, performers and Cross financing based on the Characteristics of priority areas. Source : OECD STI Scoreboard, 2008
Converting High-Tech to Low-Tech Source : OECD STI Scoreboard, 2008 Source : TUSİAD, (2008) “Türkiye Sanayiine Sektörel Bakış”
Capturing Value Source : Linden, Kraemer, Dedrick (2007) “Who captures value in a global innovation system? The case of Apple’s iPod”