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The Role of Innovation in European Frameworks

The Role of Innovation in European Frameworks



Presentation till programpunkten The Role of Innovation in European Frameworks av Bror Salmelin, rådgivare på CONNECT vid Europeiska kommissionen. Presentationen hölls under passet "Sakernas ...

Presentation till programpunkten The Role of Innovation in European Frameworks av Bror Salmelin, rådgivare på CONNECT vid Europeiska kommissionen. Presentationen hölls under passet "Sakernas Internet" på VINNOVAs årskonferens 2012 "En dag i informationssamhället" den 25 oktober 2012. Mer information om årskonferensen: http://www.vinnova.se/Arskonferens12



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  • 08/11/12
  • Definition and characteristics of networked innovation, examples per page or at the end of trends Science and Engineering skills and external funding mechanisms are abundant Innovations are valuable mostly as components on standard platforms used by many players. Knowledge is shared with business partners
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  • The Role of Innovation in European Frameworks Stockholm 10/2012Bror SalmelinAdvisor to the DG, Innovation SystemsEuropean Commissionbror.salmelin@ec.europa.eu
  • EUROPEAN COUNCIL CONCLUSIONS 1-2 MARCH 2012“Creating the best possible environment for entrepreneurs to commercialise their ideas and create jobs and putting demand-led innovation as a main driver of Europes research and development policy” “the important role played by industry for Europeangrowth, competitiveness, exports and job creation and as a driver for productivity and innovation”
  • Sustainability• Sustainable innovation is full of disruptions!• Sustainable innovation is about (value) choices!• Sustainable innovation is beyond (political) buzzwords• Sustainable innovation is holistic!
  • Innovation: several perspectives integrated Legal & Economy & Self-regulatory Society Access & Balancing the mix Technology (e.g. privacy, culture, innovation, …)
  • Diversity means breakthrough probability•high Breakthrough Value of innovation average insignificantLow High Alignment of team members’ disciplines low
  • Most innovative cities worldwide – Europe well positioned! • Boston United States NEXUS • San Francisco United States NEXUS • Paris France NEXUS • New York United States NEXUS • Vienna Austria NEXUS • Amsterdam Netherlands NEXUS • Munich Germany NEXUS • Lyon France NEXUS • Copenhagen Denmark NEXUS • Toronto Canada NEXUS • London United KingdomNEXUS • Frankfurt Germany NEXUS • Hamburg Germany NEXUS • Berlin Germany NEXUS • Hong Kong Hong Kong NEXUS http://www.innovation-cities.com/innovation-cities-index-top-cities-for-innovation-2011/
  • New entrepreneurship -> new skills, attitude, talent! Connectivity!
  • Policies• Open innovation processes and environments (LL)• Technology enablers (ICT)• Societal innovation• -> Business model innovation a weak point in Europe
  • Work & Business Transformation Value Innovation New MarketsCustomization Area of interest Quality Time Cost/ Efficiency Business Business Business Localized Internal Process Network Scope Implementation Integration Redesign Redesign Redefinition
  • Maslow 2.0 for organisations
  • Schwarz’ Universal Values
  • Innovation? • Make things happen! Science based linear innovation is NOT mainstream anymore!• User-centric innovation• Open innovation• Systemic innovation• Experimental mash-up• Leadership with courage -> new management
  • Innovation as parallel activities Research Prototyping Knowledge Markets Pilot roll-out Production Each activity collects knowledge about product/market fit
  • Innovation moving out of the LabCentralized Externally focused, Ecosysteminward looking collaborative centric, cross-innovation innovation organizationalClosed innovationInnovation Open Innovation Innovation Networks Sources: Chesbrough 2003, Forrester 2004, von Hippel 2005
  • Living Lab includes all stakeholders (PPPP) Living Lab Citizens Living Lab and users Expertise Application Organisation Environments Technology and and methods Infrastructure
  • HORIZON 2020: implementation  A single programme bringing together three separate programmes/initiatives  Innovation in all priorities !  Focus on societal challenges facing EU society, e.g. health, clean energy and transport  Simplified access, for all companies, universities, institutes in all EU countries and beyond
  • Innovation in H2020 Basic thinking • Systemic innovation covering also non-linear processes • Integrating and reinforcing market demand • Closer to the market, even Precommercial Public procurement • Integration of different instruments, not the view of the current FP • Integration to EIB, Regional policy, Structural funds and national actions • CEF as infrastructure • More experimental and prototyping approaches • More flexibility and simplification • Specific SME instruments• Other characteristics of innovation to keep in mind: • Innovation is not “just a continuation” or a “next phase” of R&D projects • Innovation often comes from unexpected angles • Timing and quality of networking are crucial
  • Essential drivers for modern innovation policy• connectivity• open• interaction• “organic” (OrganiCsations..)• crowd resourcing• catalytic IPR• NON-controllable, only catalyzing possible
  • Important considerations• Cost of NOT doing something?• How to make innovation space fluid?• How to move from control to encouragement?• Rules of the game clear, ex post control• Rules to share and build value• Experimentation mentality (fail fast in small things, not in the big one)
  • More informationwww.ec.europa.eu/research/horizon2020http://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/www.openinnovation-platform.eubror.salmelin@ec.europa.eu