GE Innovation BarometerA preview of the 2012 resultsAlgeria Analysis – Updated Deck
Methodology Reminder Telephone survey of 2800 Senior Business Executives, carried out byStrategyOne an independent resear...
Sample details 100 resp. / market min. Boosted samples in US & BIC countries Each market has the same weight in Global ...
Algeria Executive SummaryAllocation of resources and budget: Algerian respondents are quite satisfied with the way their ...
Algeria Executive SummaryOptimism that innovation will drive improvement in citizens’ lives Even if Algerian respondents ...
Results Overview
Context: Evaluation of the way thegovernment allocates resources andbudget to tackle global challenges
Global & Local ResultsInnovation as a National Priority?Budget & Resource Allocation IndexHow successful is your country i...
Defining Innovation
Global & Local ResultsDefining Innovation: what are the twomost important dimensions?Which two aspects below most closely ...
The “New Model” for Innovationidentified last year is confirmed, Thismodel can be articulatedaround 5 Cs:                 ...
Global ResultsInnovation is a transformation driverfor national economiesTo what extent do you agree or disagree with each...
Global & Local ResultsInnovation and competitiveness                                85%                      86% 92%    87...
Global ResultsChange: Cards are being re-shuffled in the21st century innovation gameTo what extent do you agree or disagre...
Global & Local ResultsInnovation in the 21st Century                80%                           72%        80%     90%  ...
Global & Local ResultsMore than ever before, innovation needs to belocalized to serve specific market needsMarket detail (...
Global & Local ResultsMore than ever before, SMEs and individualscan be as innovative as large companiesMarket detail (bas...
Global ResultsConfirming a new innovation model:fueled by partnerships and purposeTo what extent do you agree or disagree ...
Global & Local ResultsConfirming a new innovation model:fueled by partnerships and purpose           86%                  ...
Global & Local ResultsWho will drive innovation the most inthe next decade: collaboratingpartners, SMEs, MNCs...?         ...
Innovation is still an optimism driverglobally. Business is confident thatimproved innovation policies woulddrive not only...
Global & Local ResultsBeyond growth, can innovationsuccessfully improve people’s lives?How successfully do you think innov...
Global & Local ResultsInnovation Optimism Continuum:Index on 100 pts based on citizen life improvementIndex on 100 pts. Th...
The Global context for Innovation ismultifaceted and inconsistent. Overallgovernments have been successful atmaking Innova...
Global & Local ResultsA mainly positive perspective on theway local innovation contexts evolved                           ...
Local ResultsImproved or worsened?                    Key Improvements                               Key Set BacksGovernme...
Global ResultsA closer look at some key elements ofthe Innovation frameworkPlease state whether you totally agree, somewha...
Global ResultsThe best - and the worst- of the globalcontext for innovation+    Support from      Populations             ...
Local ResultsThe best - and the worst- of theAlgeria context for innovation        Appetite for     Gov supports          ...
Global & Local ResultsPerception of the Innovation Environment(Algeria vs. Global average)         Below average Above ave...
Global & Local ResultsPerception of the Innovation EnvironmentIndex on 100 pts                                            ...
Global Results             What is the impact of the economic             crisis on business innovation?                  ...
Global & Local ResultsImpact of economic crisisThis radar represent the % of respondentsthat agree their organization has ...
What are the economic sectors thatcould benefit from more innovationpolicies?
Global & Local ResultsEconomic sectors with the mostinnovation driven growth potentialWhat economic sectors do you believe...
On a day-to-day basis, what doinnovators need most?
Global ResultsTop 3 global factors to help innovatorson a day-to-day basisAt your own company level, what could help you t...
Local ResultsTop 3 factors in Algeria to helpinnovators on a day-to-day basisAt your own company level, what could help yo...
Innovation Reputation (external & self-assessment)
Global & Local ResultsWhat are the countries with the bestreputation for innovation?What are the 3 countries that you inde...
Local ResultsHow do countries evaluate their ownreputation for innovation?Do you think that the reputation of your country...
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GE innovation barometer- Algeria 2012

  1. 1. GE Innovation BarometerA preview of the 2012 resultsAlgeria Analysis – Updated Deck
  2. 2. Methodology Reminder Telephone survey of 2800 Senior Business Executives, carried out byStrategyOne an independent research and consulting company Average interview length is 16 minutes Carried out between Oct 15 and Nov 15 2011 in 22 Markets Results presented here are 100% Final Sample is high level (all SVPs & above, 30% C-Level) All respondents directly involved in the Innovation strategy or processwithin their company Average company size is 1 500 employees, 20% of respondents belong tocompanies of more than 5 000 employees Year on Year tracking can be done in 12 markets
  3. 3. Sample details 100 resp. / market min. Boosted samples in US & BIC countries Each market has the same weight in Global resultsindependently of sample size Tracking possibilities in 12 markets (indicated below with a *) AMERICAS: 700 APAC= 800 EUROPE= 700 MENA = 600 USA*/300 China*/ 200 Germany* /100 Israel* / 100 [Regional Split] India*/ 200 Sweden */ 100 Turkey / 100 Brazil*/ 200 Singapore/ 100 UK/ 100 KSA* / 100 Canada/ 100 Australia*/ 100 France/ 100 UAE* / 100 Mexico/ 100 S. Korea*/ 100 Poland/ 100 Algeria / 100 Japan */ 100 Russia 200 Sth Africa / 100 3/ GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  4. 4. Algeria Executive SummaryAllocation of resources and budget: Algerian respondents are quite satisfied with the way their country is allocating resources to address national priorities. They display above average satisfaction as per energy related issues, job creation and healthcare are two areas where respondents might want to see additional resources allocatedInnovation « new model »: Algerian respondents recognize fully the need to embrace the changing nature of innovation, they rely mainly on R&D and scientific research to drive innovation maybe more than creativity. They express a need for localizing innovation to address specific needs but less so than the global average. They recognize the value of partnership to drive innovation, but they don’t necessarily associate innovation with improvement of life conditions for citizensEnvironment for innovation: Business executives report below average satisfaction about the context for innovation in Algeria. Most of the 13 dimensions evaluated tend to be perceived more negatively than the global average. The dimensions that are perceived particularly negatively are access to private investment, the efficacy of IP protection and the possibilities to partner with universities or to trust them to prepare tomorrow’s innovative leaders. One notable point is also that Algerian respondents are less convinced than others that public-private partnerships have proved effective in their country to support innovation On the longer term, Algerians have a much more positive appreciation about the way the innovation context has evolved: 93% of them feel it has been improving over the last 5 years 4/ GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  5. 5. Algeria Executive SummaryOptimism that innovation will drive improvement in citizens’ lives Even if Algerian respondents would like to see improvement in the overall framework for innovation of their country, they display very strong optimism and confidence that innovation will successfully drive improvement in all dimensions of citizens life, from transport to education, health and energy. Algerians have one of the strongest “innovation optimism” view of all countries tested. This epitomizes a very strong enthusiasm about the benefit that innovation will induce in citizens day to day lives In terms of sectors that could benefit from improved innovation policies to create profit and growth, energy and healthcare are high on the list, (confirming a global trend) but Algerians also highlight the potential of construction industry, FMCG and retail more than other marketsEconomic crisis impact: The crisis impact on Algerian business innovation strategies seems to have been very limited compared to the global average. The strongest change the crisis induced in Algeria seems to be that companies focus much more on incremental innovation as opposed to the development of brand new products or servicesPriority needs to innovate more on a day to day basis: Like most countries, Algerian respondents mention talent as one of their first needs to innovate more, however this is a less clear priority than in other markets. What is specific to Algeria is the demand for less bureaucracy in applying to innovation related government funding. The possibility to partner with universities for R&D needs and the need for more partnership opportunities overall is also strongly expressed 5/ GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  6. 6. Results Overview
  7. 7. Context: Evaluation of the way thegovernment allocates resources andbudget to tackle global challenges
  8. 8. Global & Local ResultsInnovation as a National Priority?Budget & Resource Allocation IndexHow successful is your country in allocating resources to tackle national priorities?Index on 100 pts. The higher itis the more confident Environmentrespondents are that theircountry is successfully Global: 62allocating resources andbudget to address this priority Energy needs Research & Innovation 75 59 Global: 65 Global: 64 61 GLOBAL Energy security 68 62 Education Algeria Global: 62 Global: 57 58 61 Healthcare Social Inequalities Global: 61 Global: 54 67 Jobs Global: 59 8/ GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  9. 9. Defining Innovation
  10. 10. Global & Local ResultsDefining Innovation: what are the twomost important dimensions?Which two aspects below most closely correspond to your personal definition ofinnovation? Suggested dimensions Global average Algeria The implementation of new processes, products, 47% 28% organizational changes or marketing changes An environment/culture that embraces positive change, 42% 48% creativity and continuous improvement Research and development , new intellectual property 41% 37% (IP), and inventions Staying ahead in the market and being a market leader 32% 28% Solutions that benefit society and societal outcomes 29% 50% (including environmental outcomes) None of the aspects above is close to my personal 10% 9% definition of innovation 10 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  11. 11. The “New Model” for Innovationidentified last year is confirmed, Thismodel can be articulatedaround 5 Cs: ompetitiveness reativity ollaboration ommunities hange
  12. 12. Global ResultsInnovation is a transformation driverfor national economiesTo what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Strongly agree Somewhat agree Somewhat disagree Strongly disagree Unsure % Agree Innovation is the main lever tocreate a more competitive economy in my country 60% 32% 6% 92% Investing in innovation is probably the best way to create jobs in my country 49% 37% 10% 86% Innovation is the main lever to create a greener economy in my country 46% 39% 11% 85% 12 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  13. 13. Global & Local ResultsInnovation and competitiveness 85% 86% 92% 87% 86% 81% 85% 84% Global Algeria 87% Global Algeria 81% Global Algeria 84%Innovation is the main Innovation is probably Innovation is the main lever for a more the best way to create lever to create acompetitive economy jobs greener economy (% agree) (% agree) (% agree) 13 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  14. 14. Global ResultsChange: Cards are being re-shuffled in the21st century innovation gameTo what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? (% agree) More than ever SMEs The way companies80% innovate is totally different from the past and individuals can be as innovative as large 80% companies Today innovation is More than ever more driven by people’s innovation needs to be73% creativity than by high level scientific research localized to serve specific market needs 74% 14 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  15. 15. Global & Local ResultsInnovation in the 21st Century 80% 72% 80% 90% 73% 60% 90% Global Algeria Global Algeria 60% The way companies will Today innovation is more driven innovate in the 21st century is by people’s creativity than by totally different from the past high level scientific research (% agree) (% agree) 15 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  16. 16. Global & Local ResultsMore than ever before, innovation needs to belocalized to serve specific market needsMarket detail (based on % of respondents in agreement with the statement) 92% 88% 89% 87% 87% 87% 86% 86%Global average  74% 83% 78% 74% 72% 71% 69% 69% 69% 66% 65% 66% 56% 55% 52% 16 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  17. 17. Global & Local ResultsMore than ever before, SMEs and individualscan be as innovative as large companiesMarket detail (based on % of respondents in agreement with the statement) 94% 95% 92% 89% 87% 86% 86%Global average  80% 84% 85% 85% 85% 85% 82% 79% 78% 77% 70% 70% 70% 65% 60% 57% 17 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  18. 18. Global ResultsConfirming a new innovation model:fueled by partnerships and purposeTo what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Strongly agree Somewhat agree Somewhat disagree Strongly disagree Unsure % Agree 21st century innovation is about partnerships between severalplayers more than the success of an 52% 34% 9% 86% organization aloneGreat 21st innovations will be those that bring value to society as a whole and not only to individual 50% 34% 11% 84% consumers or citizensThe greatest innovations of the 21st century will be those that have helped to address humnan needs 40% 36% 15% 76%more than those that have created the most profit All items stable on the tracking scope 18 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  19. 19. Global & Local ResultsConfirming a new innovation model:fueled by partnerships and purpose 86% 84% 75% 86% 88%88% 84% 79% 76% 64% Global Algeria Global Algeria Global Algeria 79% 64% Innovation is about Great Innovations bring The greatest Innovations willpartnership between several value to society not only to be those that help to address different players more than individual consumers or human needs more than those stand alone success citizens creating the most profit (% agree) (% agree) (% agree) 19 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  20. 20. Global & Local ResultsWho will drive innovation the most inthe next decade: collaboratingpartners, SMEs, MNCs...? Global Algeria 41% 38% 28% 25% 21% 16% 8% 4% 4% 3% 4% 4% 2% 2% A combination of Small and medium Large companies Individuals Universities Government Other / I don’t knowplayers partnering companies together 20 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  21. 21. Innovation is still an optimism driverglobally. Business is confident thatimproved innovation policies woulddrive not only profit and jobs invarious economic sectors, but as wellcontribute to improve citizens’ life
  22. 22. Global & Local ResultsBeyond growth, can innovationsuccessfully improve people’s lives?How successfully do you think innovation could improve citizens lives in each of thefollowing areas in the next 10 years? Global Algeria Very successfully Somewhat successfully Communications 52% 38% 90% 96% Health quality 39% 42% 81% 86% The job /market 37% 44% 81% 90%Environmental quality 37% 43% 80% 77% Transport quality 37% 43% 80% 94% Energy security 35% 43% 78% 90% Access to education 35% 43% 78% 92% Education quality 33% 42% 75% 76% Access to healthcare 32% 43% 75% 89% Housing quality 29% 44% 73% 83% Citizen security 29% 41% 70% 87% 22 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  23. 23. Global & Local ResultsInnovation Optimism Continuum:Index on 100 pts based on citizen life improvementIndex on 100 pts. The higher itis the more optimistic Enthusiast 90respondents are that in theircountry increased innovation 84 83 83will transform into improvedlife conditions for citizens Optimist 77 78 80 80 80 81 72 Reserved 71 72 70 70 70 70 66 65 64 61 59 59 23 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  24. 24. The Global context for Innovation ismultifaceted and inconsistent. Overallgovernments have been successful atmaking Innovation a priority over thelast 5 years, yet a clear need ofharmonization remains. More than theamount of resources allocated tosupport innovation the effectivenessof the system is challenged in the“innovation driven” economies
  25. 25. Global & Local ResultsA mainly positive perspective on theway local innovation contexts evolved 4% Brazil 96%82% of respondents 4% Israel 96%globally think that the 4% 4% Saudi Arabia Turkey 96% 96%context for Innovation in 5% UAE 95% 7% China 94%their country has 7% Poland 93%improved over the last 5 7% Singapore 93% 7% Algeria 93%years 9% India 92% 15% Russia 87% 16% Canada 84% 16% Germany 84% 17% Total 82% 19% Sweden 81% 23% Mexico 77% 23% South Korea 77% 29% South Africa 71% 31% Australia 69% 32% UK 68% 36% Japan 64% 40% France 60% 50% USA 50% Local context has worsened Local context has improved 25 / over the last 5 years (%) over the last 5 years (%) GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  26. 26. Local ResultsImproved or worsened? Key Improvements Key Set BacksGovernment Policy“Politics, government change, now its easy to have an accessto financial credit for investment.”“Better financing of innovation by governments”« Open » Mentality No trend Identified“ We can see that the Algerian government became aware ofthe importance of innovation, and we can observe change”“Algeria opened themselves for the market.”Investment in Innovation – esp Industry“We have had a lot of money invested in innovation tocompanies from the government to enable them to achieve”“The industrial firms and public authorities/institutions haveinvested a lot in innovation in the past 3 years.” 26 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  27. 27. Global ResultsA closer look at some key elements ofthe Innovation frameworkPlease state whether you totally agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, totally disagree withthe following statements: In my country…. 22% There is an appetite for Innovation among young generations 75% 30% The general public understands the value of Innovation 67% 28% It is easy to partner with Universities for R&D 66% 31% IP protection is effective 63% 30% PPPs have proved effective to support Innovation 63% 37% Local Universities efficiently prepare tomorrow Innovative leaders 59% 38% Society accepts taking risks as part of the Innovation process 59% 37% Gov. supports both large companies and SMEs that innovate 57% 34% Trade regulations are not hindering Innovations commercial success 57% 39% The speed at which innovative products are coming to market is adequate 57% 36% Private investors are supportive of Innovative companies 56% 47% The Government allocates an adequate share of budget & resources to support Innovation 46% 52% Government’s support to Innovation is efficiently organized and coordinated 42% Total Disagree (%) Total Agree (%) 27 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  28. 28. Global ResultsThe best - and the worst- of the globalcontext for innovation+ Support from Populations Partnerships with Univ. IP and Patent protection Public Private Partnerships Organization Private - of Gov. Support Intensity of Gov. Support Investment Drought Speed to Market 28 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  29. 29. Local ResultsThe best - and the worst- of theAlgeria context for innovation Appetite for Gov supports General public is Society as a+ Innovation among young generations both Large Companies and SMEs convinced of the value innovation brings to citizens whole is accepting of taking risks The speed at - Local univ Efficiency of Gov which innovative prepare tomorrow Private investors support products are leaders coming to market The green boxes indicate a satisfaction significantly higher within this country on this element The yellow boxes indicate a satisfaction significantly lower within this country on this element 29 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  30. 30. Global & Local ResultsPerception of the Innovation Environment(Algeria vs. Global average) Below average Above average Overall Innovation context Private Investors Trade regulations are not a limit to innovative commercial success General public is convinced of the value innovation brings to citizens Appetite for Innovation among young Generations Society as a whole is accepting of taking risks as part of the Innovation… The speed at which innovative products are coming to market is adequate IP Protection Local Univ prepare tomorrow leaders PPPs have proved effective in supporting Innovation Easy R&D Partnership with Univ Gov support both Large Companies & SMEs Efficiency of Gov Support Intensity of Gov Support The green bars indicate a satisfaction significantly higher than the Global average on this element The yellow bars indicate a satisfaction significantly lower than the Global average on this element 30 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  31. 31. Global & Local ResultsPerception of the Innovation EnvironmentIndex on 100 pts 78Index on 100 pts. The higher itis the more satisfiedrespondents are about thecontext for Innovation in their Favourable 73 72market. 71 67 67 66 Balanced 62 Unfavourable 58 59 61 58 58 55 55 54 53 Adverse49 51 52 48 48 43 31 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  32. 32. Global Results What is the impact of the economic crisis on business innovation? Total Totally agree Somewhat agree Somewhat disagree Totally disagree Unsure AgreeInternal change Change in culture with firms 34% 43% 11% 4% 77% reassessing current risks Change in culture with firms taking 28% 40% 19% 7% 68% fewer risks Greater focus on process and 28% 39% 18% 6% 67% incremental innovations Access to private funding hasFunding & VC 30% 35% 19% 7% 65% become more difficult Access to public funding has become 29% 35% 20% 8% 64% more difficult Access to Venture Capital has 28% 34% 17% 6% 62% become more difficult Decrease in R&D spending or major 22% 34% 24% 12% 56% R&D projects have been cancelled… Changes to gov. policies and funding 20% 31% 26% 13% 51% have negatively affected Innovative… There has been a change in culture 13% 27% 33% 20% 40% with firms taking more risks 32 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  33. 33. Global & Local ResultsImpact of economic crisisThis radar represent the % of respondentsthat agree their organization has beenimpacted by the economic crisis on variousdimensions. Decrease in R&D spending orIt features a comparison between results major R&D projects have beenfor the country (in purple) and the 22 cancelled or scaled backmarket average Global: 56% Access to private funding has Greater focus on process and become more difficult incremental innovations 70% 41% Global: 65% Global: 67% 52% 49% 55% Access to public funding has 47% Change in culture with firms become more difficult taking fewer risks Global: 64% Global: 68% Global Access to Venture Capital has Algeria become more difficult Global: 62% 33 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  34. 34. What are the economic sectors thatcould benefit from more innovationpolicies?
  35. 35. Global & Local ResultsEconomic sectors with the mostinnovation driven growth potentialWhat economic sectors do you believe would benefit most in terms of job creation and increasedprofits if the government were to implement a more efficient innovation policy in your country? Energy industries 16% 14% Healthcare Industries 13% 10% Telecommunications 11% 12% Construction industries 10% 13% Automotive industries 10% 7%Fast Moving Consumer Goods industries 9% 11% Financial Services & Banking 7% 8% Media Industries 6% 7% Hospitality Industries 6% 7% Distribution / retail 6% 8% Other 5% 2% Global Algeria 35 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  36. 36. On a day-to-day basis, what doinnovators need most?
  37. 37. Global ResultsTop 3 global factors to help innovatorson a day-to-day basisAt your own company level, what could help you the most to be more successfully innovative?(% mentioned) % Cumulated % 1st Having more creative people on the team, out of the box 56% thinkers 41% Having more people with advanced technical expertise 49% 19% Having more financial support from public authorities 34% 11%Having more investors ready to bet on a long term support for 29% our innovations 6% Working with universities and research labs for our product 28% development 4%Less bureaucracy when applying for public innovation related 25% funding 7% Having partners help us to bring our ideas to the market 21% 4% Finding partners that have a culture of audacity and 17% understand risk 3% Being sure our ideas will be protected from piracy 16% 2% 37 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  38. 38. Local ResultsTop 3 factors in Algeria to helpinnovators on a day-to-day basisAt your own company level, what could help you the most to be more successfully innovative?(% mentioned) % Cumulated % 1st Having more creative people on the team, out of the box 48% thinkers 29% Less bureaucracy when applying for public innovation related 39% funding 14% Having more people with advanced technical expertise 36% 17% Working with universities and research labs for our product 31% development 9% Having more financial support from public authorities 31% 16% Having partners help us to bring our ideas to the market 27% 5% Finding partners that have a culture of audacity and 24% understand risk 4%Having more investors ready to bet on a long term support for 21% our innovations 1% Being sure our ideas will be protected from piracy 14% 2% 38 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  39. 39. Innovation Reputation (external & self-assessment)
  40. 40. Global & Local ResultsWhat are the countries with the bestreputation for innovation?What are the 3 countries that you indentify as Innovation champions? (%mention)65% Global Algeria 59%57% 47% 48% 45% 38% 34% 18% 14% 13%12% 9% 9% 8% 7% 6% 7% 6% 5% 7% 5% 4% 4% 3% 3% 3% 2% 2% 2% 2% 1% 3% 1% 1% 1% 2% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 1% 2% 2% Algeria is not seen globally as one of the Top 3 Innovation Champions 40 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  41. 41. Local ResultsHow do countries evaluate their ownreputation for innovation?Do you think that the reputation of your country as an innovative market is… Very good Somewhat good Somewhat poor Very poor 1% 1% 1% 8% 9% 7% 8% 14% 14% 17% 19% 24% 23% 29% 31% 17% 27% 30% 34% 31% 29% 37% 53% 65% 44% 59% 63% 71% 68% 61% 47% 66% 41% 56% 63% 74% 60% 70% 65% 59% 59% 60% 60% 50% 45% 46% 34% 33% 29% 28% 30% 21% 23% 25% 22% 19% 12% 7% 6% 5% 4% 3% 7% 4% 1% 2% 63% of Algerian respondents report that their country has a good reputation for innovation 41 / GE Title or job number / 3/1/2012
  42. 42. GE Innovation Barometer2 nd Edition, Jan 2012

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