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Cluster Development and the European Cluster Observatory

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Presentation to the delegation from the National Development and Reform Commission, given at the Stockholm School of Econmics by Dr Göran Lindqvist

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Cluster Development and the European Cluster Observatory

  1. 1. 国家发展和改革委员会 Cluster development and the European Cluster Observatory Stockholm, 6 October 2011 Göran Lindqvist Principal Associate Center for Strategy and Competitiveness Stockholm School of Economics
  2. 2. Stockholm School of Economics <ul><li>One of Europe’s top-ranked business schools, the leading in Sweden </li></ul><ul><li>Founded 1909 </li></ul><ul><li>Small elite school with extensive research </li></ul>
  3. 3. Agenda Innovation and clusters A model for clusters The European Cluster Observatory Q & A
  4. 4. Innovations are… new products new services new processes new business models which are brought into use and create commercial value
  5. 5. Sources of innovation Research Companies and entrepreneurs
  6. 6. Source: Top-100 Innovators Business Week 2010
  7. 7. Sources of innovation Research Clusters New knowledge, new ideas New knowledge and ideas are turned into commercial value New ideas and concepts Companies and entrepreneurs
  8. 8. Agenda Innovation and clusters A model for clusters The European Cluster Observatory Q & A
  9. 9. Actors in a cluster Government Research organisations Education organisations Capital providers Companies
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  11. 11. A cluster… Government Research organisations Education organsiations Capital providers Companies
  12. 12. A cluster… or isolated islands? Government Research organisations Education organsiations Capital providers Companies
  13. 13. Obstacles to interaction Strong interaction Weak interaktion Good knowledge Dense networks Common “language” Similar norms and attitudes Shared vision High trust Positive incentives Poor knowledge Sparse networks Different “languages” Different norms and attitudes Different visions Low trust Negative incentives
  14. 14. The seven gaps of innovation 1 2 3 4 5 The research gap The education gap The capital gap Government gap The company-to-company gap 6 Cluster-to-cluster gap 7 Global market gap
  15. 15. Many bridges Incubator Breakfast meetings School task force Investor Days Cluster Branding Board Joint R&D projects EU application support Chamber of Commerce Tech Transfer Office Investment Agency
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  17. 17. The research gap: ”The growth office” The Bridge Keeper
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  19. 19. Agenda Innovation and clusters A model for clusters The European Cluster Observatory Q & A
  20. 20. The website Cluster Mapping Cluster Classroom Cluster Library Cluster Wiki Cluster Calendar www.clusterobservatory.eu
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  26. 26. Contact Göran Lindqvist, PhD Center for Strategy and Competitiveness Stockholm School of Economics www.sse.edu/csc [email_address] +46 8 7369524 This presentation is available on Slideshare.com :

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