Industrial innovation has fundamentally changed over the last ten years. The science, technology or corporate-driven innovation paradigm has been challenged by a new open, human and eco-system-based collaborative innovation paradigm since the 1990’s. The Industrial Innovation in Transition (IIT) project aims to create a holistic understanding of the current best practices in the most innovative companies for an updated best practice documentation in the changed industrial innovation environment.
IIT project will gather data from 800 companies ranging from innovation leaders to moderate innovators in multiple industries across the member states to provide an evidence base for reviewing how well the current innovation policies support the adoption of new innovation processes. The project will produce a number of recommendations on how the innovation systems and policies in Europe should be developed to bridge the gap between Europe and its main competitors.
Professor Luke Georghiou was invited to deliver a plenary presentation on “The implications of an innovation ecosystems approach for policy design” to 2017 STEPI International Symposium – Science, technology and Innovation Policy for Next Generation. 11-12 May, 2017, Seoul, South Korea http://sis.stepi.re.kr/sub0901 The presentation set out some key characteristics of the present changing innovation paradigm and […] Read more ›
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 64935