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Webinar Slides: Building Innovation Superclusters

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Watch the full webinar at: https://youtu.be/a3vvk8iN_Go

In this webinar, Christian Rangen delved deeper into Innovation Superclusters – and shows how you might be able to use the Supercluster Strategy Tools Series to initiate some new Supercluster projects in your region.

During the webinar, we will discuss:

Case studies on leading Innovation Superclusters
What are Superclusters?
Why do we need them?
How to build them?
How to use the Strategy Tools – Supercluster Series to get started on your cluster development

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Webinar Slides: Building Innovation Superclusters

  1. 1. WEBINAR: WELCOME Building Innovation Superclusters
  2. 2. WELCOME Hosted by Chris Rangen
  3. 3. Join the Conversation • Chat with us • Raise your hand with a Question • Ask Questions using Q&A
  4. 4. Christian@engage-innovate.com 0047 92415949 Contact: Christian Rangen Strategy & Transformation Advisor Business School Faculty Founder, Strategy Tools
  5. 5. January 2019
  6. 6. May 2019 Early preview
  7. 7. What we will cover today
  8. 8. What Are Superclusters? Why Do We Need Them? How To Build Them? --------------------------------- How You Can Get Started? --------------------------------- How To Use The Strategy Tools – Supercluster Series To Get Started on Your Supercluster Program
  9. 9. Three Definitions
  10. 10. Cluster Cluster Program Ecosystem
  11. 11. The History
  12. 12. Clusters are natural phenomenon. They simply occur.
  13. 13. «Hmm……?»
  14. 14. «AGGLOMERATION ECONOMIES» Alfred Marshall, 1920
  15. 15. 1990
  16. 16. 1991
  17. 17. Henry Etzkowitz (Stanford) & Loet Leydesdorff (Amsterdam)
  18. 18. Henry Etzkowitz (Stanford) & Loet Leydesdorff (Amsterdam) 1990
  19. 19. «…Clusters everywhere…» Scott Stern, 2010/2012
  20. 20. «Entrepreneurial Ecosystems» Scott Stern, 2010/2012
  21. 21. What
  22. 22. What is an Innovation Supercluster?
  23. 23. What Are Innovation Superclusters? Engines of economic growth, by connecting 100’s of members and partners Magnets that attract talent, capital, researchers and companies Collaboration networks built around the industries of the future
  24. 24. Innovation Superclusters The world is learning to innovate faster – and innovation superclusters are playing an increasingly important part. Silicon Valley (tech), Boston (healthcare), London (fintech), Tel Aviv (tech) are famous clusters in today’s global economy. They attract talent, capital, R&D investments, corporates and create a strong collaboration model across a large ecosystem. Today, countries and regions are learning to actively build and grow future-oriented clusters on a massive scale. They are designed to accelerate regions and countries into the future. We call them Innovation Superclusters.
  25. 25. Three Types of Clusters
  26. 26. Three Types of Clusters
  27. 27. Three Types of Clusters
  28. 28. ACADEMICS ENTREPRENEUR CAPITAL CORPORATEGOVERNMENT
  29. 29. the industries of the future Built around
  30. 30. vs. Specific theme No specific theme Clear organization, legal entity No specific organization, no single entity CEO, Management team No specific management team Actively recruiting, supporting and developing around one theme Multiple themes, industries and domains overlap Specific funding, usually government and industry collaboration Multiple themes, industries and domains overlap Counting members, partners Usually not able to count members across a wide ecosystem Actively built, nurtured and led over 3,5,10+ years Emergent, supported by policies and communities, but often naturally evolving Annual report and frequent communications No official reports and communications Innovation Superclusters vs. Innovation Ecosystems, how are they different? Superclusters Ecosystems
  31. 31. Why
  32. 32. Why Innovation Superclusters?
  33. 33. Why Superclusters Matter Accelerate National Transformation Superclusters are nation building, economic development projects to drive faster innovation and growth Build Better Innovation Ecosystems Superclusters grow out of existing ecosystems. 3-, 5- or 10- year Supercluster programs will boost any ecosystem for long-term economic development GDP Growth & Value Output Superclusters will boost the economy and create new jobs Research shows cluster-members have a higher value creation than non- members.
  34. 34. How to Get Started
  35. 35. Innovation Supercluster How Can You Start Your ? Initiative
  36. 36. Research, Study What It Is Research project, shines a light on what already exists. Help drive attention and boost investments to the area.
  37. 37. Research, Study What It Is Research project, shines a light on what already exists. Help drive attention and boost investments to the area. Lone Hero, Evangelist Driven by a small band of enthusiasts, funding from sponsors, corporates, grants.
  38. 38. Research, Study What It Is Research project, shines a light on what already exists. Help drive attention and boost investments to the area. Lone Hero, Evangelist Driven by a small band of enthusiasts, funding from sponsors, corporates, grants. Bottom-Up, Industry led Owned and funded by the industry and key industry partners.
  39. 39. Research, Study What It Is Research project, shines a light on what already exists. Help drive attention and boost investments to the area. Lone Hero, Evangelist Driven by a small band of enthusiasts, funding from sponsors, corporates, grants. Bottom-Up, Industry led Owned and funded by the industry and key industry partners. Top-Down, Government-led Initiated and funded by the Government; Ministry of Finance or national innovation agency.
  40. 40. Building Your Innovation Supercluster
  41. 41. HOW TO GET STARTED ON YOUR SUPERCLUSTER Identify a Supercluster Theme Any Supercluster is anchored in existing capabilities, but considered a likely key industry of the future for its nation. Clean energy, AI, Mobility, Tourism, Digital, Seafood, Smart City and Fintech are common cluster themes. Build the Early Team Secure industry leaders (former CEOs are great), secure political leaders (Ministries of Trade, Finance), Involve the National Innovation Agency), invite key ecosystem people, including investors, startups and Professors. Accelerators, Incubators and Angel Networks are great early resources. BUILD THE BASELINE First pre-project, outline and introduction to Supercluster building. Small team with a clear mandate, deliverables and deadline. Close collaboration with industry and politicians. Fit with national policies.
  42. 42. Innovation Supercluster Building Your Checklist
  43. 43.  National Supercluster Framework  National Economic Context  National Economic Policies  Purpose – Why Do We Want A National Supercluster Program?  Target – What Do We Want To Achieve / Year?  Design  Funding  Ownership  National Supercluster Team  Cluster Selection Process  Superclusters CHECKLIST
  44. 44. Strategy Tools Supercluster Series
  45. 45. 1. Building Blocks for Superclusters 2. Supercluster Fundamentals 3. Supercluster Strategy Map 4. Three Types of Clusters 5. Supercluster Capital Strategy Map 6. Supercluster: Launch 7. Supercluster: Intro 8. Cluster Member Map 9. Supercluster Capital Strategy 10. Supercluster Strategy 11. Cluster Startup Portfolio 12. Cluster Accelerator Map (beta) 13. Supercluster Structure (final design review) 14. Cluster Manager Stakeholder Map (final design review) 15. 5X Cluster Development (final design review) 16. Cluster Manager 101 (coming soon) 17. Cluster Strategy Scorecard (coming soon) 18. Supercluster Strategy 2.0 (final design review)
  46. 46. Guidebook: 2019 Software: no Tool: Building Blocks for Superclusters Series: Supercluster One-liner: The building blocks of a Supercluster Problems it solves:  How do we understand a Supercluster?  What are the pieces that makes a Supercluster successful?  What are the key success factors we need to enable? Year: 2017 Iteration: 2.0 Who is it for:  Cluster CEO’s  Cluster Managers  Cluster Boards  Economic Development Agencies  National Cluster Leadership  National Innovation Agencies  National Innovation Centers  National Startup Hubs  National Transformation Projects  Ministries of Trade, Innovation, Growth  Political Leadership  Supercluster experts  Consultants  Ecosystem builders  Business Schools
  47. 47. Guidebook: 2019 Software: ? Tool: Supercluster Fundamentals Series: Supercluster One-liner: What does companies want from a Supercluster? Just ask them! Note: This is a highly impactful tool for large-scale group sessions. Combines well with Supercluster Strategy Map. Problems it solves:  Why does members want to join a Supercluster?  What are companies hoping to get out of their time, investment in a Supercluster?  What are the fundamental tasks a Supercluster needs to focus on? Year: 2017 Iteration: 3.0 Who is it for:  Cluster CEO’s  Cluster Managers  Cluster Boards  Economic Development Agencies  National Cluster Leadership  National Innovation Agencies  National Innovation Centers  National Startup Hubs  National Transformation Projects  Ministries of Trade, Innovation, Growth  Political Leadership  Supercluster experts  Consultants  Ecosystem builders  Business Schools
  48. 48. Guidebook: Coming soon Software: 2019 Tool: Supercluster Strategy Map Series: Supercluster One-liner: The Core Supercluster Tool Note: Builds on research by MIT, Harvard and BI Norwegian Business School Note: This is a highly impactful tool for large-scale group sessions. Combines well with Supercluster Fundamentals. Problems it solves:  How do we design a Supercluster?  How do we build a Supercluster Strategy?  How do we involve, engage and activate all stakeholders in a Supercluster development project? Year: 2016 Iteration: 4.0 Who is it for:  Cluster CEO’s  Cluster Managers  Cluster Boards  Economic Development Agencies  National Cluster Leadership  National Innovation Agencies  National Innovation Centers  National Startup Hubs  National Transformation Projects  Ministries of Trade, Innovation, Growth  Political Leadership  Supercluster experts  Consultants  Ecosystem builders  Business Schools
  49. 49. Guidebook Published
  50. 50. Guidebook Published
  51. 51. Guidebook Published
  52. 52. Guidebook Published
  53. 53. Guidebook: 2019 Software: - Tool: Three Types of Clusters Series: Supercluster One-liner: Understand Three Types of Clusters Problems it solves:  How can I better understand the different kinds of clusters out there  How can I easily explain different clusters to others  What are the differences between different clusters  How are Superclusters different from other kind of clusters Year: 2017 Iteration: 2.0 Who is it for:  Cluster CEO’s  Cluster Managers  Cluster Boards  Economic Development Agencies  National Cluster Leadership  National Innovation Agencies  National Innovation Centers  National Startup Hubs  National Transformation Projects  Ministries of Trade, Innovation, Growth  Political Leadership  Supercluster experts  Consultants  Ecosystem builders  Business Schools
  54. 54. Guidebook: completed Software: coming soon Tool: Supercluster Capital Strategy Map Series: Supercluster One-liner: Build Your End-to-End Supercluster Capital Strategy Note: Software solution expected to be ready early Jan 2019. Problems it solves:  How to map out your cluster investor landscape?  How to think strategically about capital into your cluster?  How to build a global capital strategy for your Supercluster?  How to build basic knowledge of capital and investors into the cluster management? Year: 2018 Iteration: 2.0 Who is it for:  Cluster CEO’s  Cluster Managers  Cluster Boards  Economic Development Agencies  National Cluster Leadership  National Innovation Agencies  National Innovation Centers  National Startup Hubs  National Transformation Projects  Ministries of Trade, Innovation, Growth  Political Leadership  Supercluster experts  Consultants  Ecosystem builders  Business Schools  Investors  National investment agencies
  55. 55. Guidebook: coming Software: 2019 Tool: Supercluster: Launch Series: Supercluster One-liner: Start Your Supercluster Here Problems it solves:  How to get started on a Supercluster  How to engage key stakeholders in the very first, early strategic conversations  How to clarify expectations and ambitions within your emerging cluster project Year: 2018 Iteration: 2.0 Who is it for:  Cluster CEO’s  Cluster Managers  Cluster Boards  Economic Development Agencies  National Cluster Leadership  National Innovation Agencies  National Innovation Centers  National Startup Hubs  National Transformation Projects  Ministries of Trade, Innovation, Growth  Political Leadership  Supercluster experts  Consultants  Ecosystem builders  Business Schools
  56. 56. Guidebook: 2019 Software: ? Tool: Supercluster: Intro Series: Supercluster One-liner: Kick-Start Your Supercluster Conversations Problems it solves:  Where do we start on the very, very first cluster conversations  How do we build a shared understanding of clusters beyond the Triple Helix Year: 2016 Iteration: 2.0 Who is it for:  Cluster CEO’s  Cluster Managers  Cluster Boards  Economic Development Agencies  National Cluster Leadership  National Innovation Agencies  National Innovation Centers  National Startup Hubs  National Transformation Projects  Ministries of Trade, Innovation, Growth  Political Leadership  Supercluster experts  Consultants  Ecosystem builders  Business Schools
  57. 57. Guidebook: 2019 Software: 2019 Tool: Cluster Member Map Series: Supercluster One-liner: Map Out Your Cluster Members Problems it solves:  How can I structure my cluster members  How can I get a better overview and insights into my cluster members  What are the growth stages and capital needs of my cluster members  How well do I know and understand my cluster members Year: 2018 Iteration: 1.0 Who is it for:  Cluster CEO’s  Cluster Managers  Cluster Boards  Economic Development Agencies  National Cluster Leadership  National Innovation Agencies  National Innovation Centers  National Startup Hubs  National Transformation Projects  Ministries of Trade, Innovation, Growth  Political Leadership  Supercluster experts  Consultants  Ecosystem builders  Business Schools
  58. 58. Guidebook: Completed Software: Coming Tool: Supercluster Capital Strategy Series: Supercluster One-liner: How to Build Your Capital Strategy? Note: Designed to work together with the Supercluster Capital Strategy Map Problems it solves:  Where do we get started on a capital strategy  How can a cluster develop a full-scale capital strategy  What are the key pieces required for a cluster capital strategy  How can a cluster board or management team create a complete capital strategy Year: 2018 Iteration: 1.0 Who is it for:  Cluster CEO’s  Cluster Managers  Cluster Boards  Economic Development Agencies  National Cluster Leadership  National Innovation Agencies  National Innovation Centers  National Startup Hubs  National Transformation Projects  Ministries of Trade, Innovation, Growth  Political Leadership  Supercluster experts  Consultants  Ecosystem builders  Business Schools  Investors  National Investment agencies
  59. 59. Guidebook: 2019 Software: 2019 Tool: Supercluster Strategy Series: Supercluster One-liner: A one-page Cluster Strategy Problems it solves:  We need a baseline tool for our Supercluster strategy  What is a simple, easy to use strategy tool for clusters  How can we create alignment and understanding around our Supercluster strategy  How can we create a cluster strategy in a single, easy-to-understand framework Year: 2018 Iteration: 2.0 Who is it for:  Cluster CEO’s  Cluster Managers  Cluster Boards  Economic Development Agencies  National Cluster Leadership  National Innovation Agencies  National Innovation Centers  National Startup Hubs  National Transformation Projects  Ministries of Trade, Innovation, Growth  Political Leadership  Supercluster experts  Consultants  Ecosystem builders  Business Schools
  60. 60. Guidebook: Q1 2019 Software: Coming soon Tool: Cluster Startup Portfolio Series: Supercluster One-liner: Build your cluster’s own startup portfolio, like a dealflow, for your cluster. Built around the needs of your members. Problems it solves:  How can our cluster develop a portfolio of relevant startups  How can we map out and further develop our startups and scale-ups  What does a dealflow, for our cluster look like  How can we take care of the needs of our larger corporate members, while also mapping out and supporting our smaller members?  How can we better connect startups and corporates  How can we build an internal dealflow for our Supercluster Fund Year: 2018 Iteration: 1.0 Who is it for:  Cluster CEO’s  Cluster Managers  Cluster Boards  Economic Development Agencies  National Cluster Leadership  National Innovation Agencies  National Innovation Centers  National Startup Hubs  National Transformation Projects  Ministries of Trade, Innovation, Growth  Political Leadership  Supercluster experts  Consultants  Ecosystem builders  Business Schools
  61. 61. Guidebook: Beta Software: - Tool: Cluster Accelerator Map Series: Supercluster One-liner: What’s your cluster accelerator strategy? Problems it solves:  How should our cluster support and work with accelerator programs?  What is our accelerator strategy?  How does our cluster develop a smart accelerator and scale-up support system  How can I as a cluster CEO understand and work with different accelerators?  How do we find the most relevant accelerators for us? Year: 2019 Iteration: 1.0 Who is it for:  Cluster CEO’s  Cluster Managers  Cluster Boards  Economic Development Agencies  National Cluster Leadership  National Innovation Agencies  National Innovation Centers  National Startup Hubs  National Transformation Projects  Supercluster experts  Consultants  Ecosystem builders  Business Schools
  62. 62. Coming Soon
  63. 63. Cluster Structure 2.0 Cluster Structure 2.0
  64. 64. National Cluster Framework National Cluster Framework
  65. 65. Concluding Notes
  66. 66. Innovation Superclusters On the Rise Globally
  67. 67. Innovation Superclusters Give Nation-States a Global Competitive Edge
  68. 68. Innovation Superclusters Can Be Built, Shaped, & Developed
  69. 69. May 2019 Pre-Register for Early preview https://www.engage-innovate.com/reports/
  70. 70. WWW.ENGAGE-INNOVATE.COM Christian@engage- innovate.com 0047 92415949

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