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  • Building SuccessfulPartnershipsFacilitating Innovation Through Collaboration
  • What is KTP?“ Givefeed himafor aand you a man fish day. Teach him how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime… ” Lao Tzu
  • KTP MissionKnowledge Transfer Partnerships isEurope’s leading programme helpingbusinesses to improve their competitiveness,productivity and performance through thebetter use of knowledge, technology and skillsthat reside within the UK knowledge base.
  • History 1975 2003 2007Launched as Teaching Knowledge Transfer Transferred from theCompanies Scheme (TCS) Partnerships replaced TCS Department of Trade and and Colleges & Businesses Industry (DTI) to the Partnership scheme (CBP) Technology Strategy Board
  • Funding OrganisationsFunded by the Technology Strategy Board with 21 other funding organisations:
  • March 2009£35m £87mGrants committed Business contributions977 1021Live partnerships Live projects(includes classic and shorter KTPs) (includes classic and shorter KTPs)
  • Partnership Structure
  • Project CriteriaStrategic relevance to the business Stimulating and challenging for the academic team Intellectually challenging for the Associate Sound business case Clear knowledge transfer Clear additionality Benefits likely to accrue
  • Priorities and Eligibility for KTP• Following Public Sector Spending Review in Autumn 2010, KTP focus is now on: – Overarching criteria of INNOVATION, IMPACT and CHALLENGE. – Priority sectors for Sponsors WAG (6 sectors), TSB and Research Councils.• SMEs.• Large companies are eligible but must demonstrate involvement of and impact on SME supply chain.
  • The Process Prepare outline Prepare applicationfor submission to with guidance from KTP Adviser KTP Adviser Application assessed Proposal funded – by Partnership continued input from Approval Group (PAG) KTP Adviser
  • Business BenefitsLong-term, Recruitment Transfer of Embeddingstrategic of the ‘right’ knowledge/ of innovationrelationship with people expertise cultureKB partner
  • Knowledge Base Benefits• Income• Published papers• Teaching materials, case studies and projects (88%)• New research themes – commercial relevance (87%)• Staff development – commercial awareness (92%)• Higher degree registrations• Graduate career opportunities• Exploitation of IP developed during project (26% expect commercial benefits)• Strategic relationship with business (81%)
  • Associate Benefits• Part of one of the country’s largest graduate recruitment schemes• Competitive salary• Employment within chosen academic discipline• Fast-track career development• Opportunity to register for higher degree during project• 73% of Associates offered employment by host business• Training and development with qualification in Management to National Standard
  • Role of Advisers• Promote KTP to academia and business in a given region.• Advise and support application process.• Manage a portfolio of KTPs.• Provide support and guidance through Local management Committee (LMC) which meets 3 times a year.• Oversee compliance with KTP aims and rules.• Report to TSB.• Final reporting evaluation.
  • Location of Business Partner Number of Partnerships 65 7% 119 Scotland 12% 12% March 93 2009 9%Northern Ireland 6% Total 977 5% North East North West 700 10% 9% Yorkshire & 72% The Humber West Midlands 5% East Midlands England 10% Northern Ireland Wales 9% 5% East 8% London Scotland South West 7% 15% South East Wales
  • Size of Enterprise>250 Employees <10 Employees(25%) (9%) 10-49 Employees50-249 Employees (37%)(29%)
  • KTPs by Academic Department Design (7%) Other (8%) Engineering (36%)Sciences(15%) Management Computing (18%) (17%)
  • Case StudiesLaing O’Rourke PlcKTP helps a major construction company tobuild a sustainable futureThe aim was to harness the potential of biometricsand radio frequency identification (RFID) technology,together with a systematic approach to wastemanagement, in order to deliver competitiveadvantage in the construction industry. Swansea University
  • Outcomes The Business The Associate The Academic Partner• New skills embedded in • A greater understanding of a • Greater knowledge of the resource efficiency, biometrics changing commercial construction industry and RFID environment • A further understanding of• Improved business operations • An appreciation of the realities new applications for waste and competitive position of a construction company reduction, biometrics and RFID• Cost savings from systematic • Further experience in the waste reduction respective areas of waste, • New opportunities for further biometrics and RFID research and information• Annual savings from sharing manufacturing improvements • Professional development, membership, and PhDs • Additional teaching material• Annual sales turnover and publications expected to increase
  • Contact us T: 0870 190 2829KTP Programme Office E: ktp-help@ktponline.org.uk w: www.ktponline.org.ukKTP Advisers: T: 01633 215545 or 07941 207801David Notley E: davidnotley@impactmc.co.uk T: E: T: E:
  • www.ktponline.org.uk