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Altice-labs_inovacao_v1.1

  1. 1. Altice Labs Innovation Ecosystem Ana Patrícia Monteiro Encontro de Associados e Amigos da Apgico
  2. 2. PRESENTATION OUTLINE AND SUMMARY 1. The concept innovation 2. Strategy driven by innovation 3. Our innovation ecosystem • The model and interfaces addressed • Innovation in collaboration 4. The importance of people and processes 5. Conclusions and challenges
  3. 3. Imagesource:https://elephanttech.com/2015/03/18/is-that-the-light-at-the-end-of-the-tunnel/ THE CONCEPT INNOVATION Innovation is an invention that found a (place in the) market. Unknown (by me) author It’s crucial for companies because: . Reduces production costs; . Creates new opportunities; . Increases competitiveness. 3
  4. 4. ALTICE LABS STRATEGY DRIVEN BY INNOVATION 4 • Shareholders’ strategic orientations • Technological vigilance • Current skills map • Economic and social indicators • Key technologies definition • Trends forecast (3 to 5 years) • Identification of future scenarios • Identification of key technical skills to be acquired and strengthened • Identification and characterization of potential technological partnerships as well as entities or groups from the SCTN by area of expertise. ActionsInputs • Innovation areas portfolio to work in the medium and long term • List of skills to be acquired, developed or transferred to Altice Labs ecosystem • Skills profiles by areas of innovation • Potential technology partners framework • Map of SCTN partners by areas of innovation • Map of potential areas for patent submission • Guidelines for the innovation plan Outputs Iteractive bottom-up proccess
  5. 5. Innovation activities inside Altice Labs are guided, monitored and managed by an ecosystem model that acts as an innovation orchestrator driving a chain of interactions between our core competencies and all the agents in our scientific and economic environment. Altice Labs is certified by NP 4457 (2007) Research, Development and Innovation Management System. ALTICE LABS OUR INNOVATION ECOSYSTEM MARKET Supplies Management Partnership Management New Market Development Customer Satisfaction Products and Services Portfolio TECHNOLOGY ORGANIZATION Internal Innovation Events Ideation Knowledge Management Innovation Methodologies and Tools Innovation Diagnosis And KPIs Organizational Structures and Capabilities Startups, Incubators, Accelerators, BA, VC R&D Industry Collaboration International Collaboration RDI Institutes, Universities DISTR. PROD. IDEA R&D BENEF. 5
  6. 6. 6 OUR INNOVATION ECOSYSTEM IN COLLABORATION We continuously engage in collaborative Research, Development and Innovation projects as part of our sustained strategy for technological leadership. We work in partnership with world class universities, R&D Institutions and technology Startups and Manufacturers in several (exploratory) projects. Universities/ R&D Centers Startups Manufacturers RDI Funding Programmes
  7. 7. Image source: http://ayehu.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/How-to-get-started-with-establishing-effective-IT-Service-Operation-in-4-steps-845x321.jpg THE IMPORTANCE OF PEOPLE AND PROCESSES The transformation of the organizational environment is a long, complex and team process that is not always well understood and demands a strong internal network. As such, it is important that everyone feels involved and that they are part of its construction. 7 fostering creativity monitoring and control knowledge management external interfaces RDI certification innovation promotion encourage an innovation culture
  8. 8. Image source: http://www.betterworking.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Networked-people.jpg THE IMPORTANCE OF PEOPLE AND PROCESSES In large organizations, where communication is more difficult, processes are needed to tear down barriers. They should not be burdens for the team but rather tools for helping them achieve their fully potential. Organizations need to find their best people as well as to define and integrate the most adequate and streamline processes to reach a balance between creativity and control. 8
  9. 9. Image source: http://kingofwallpapers.com/sky/sky-010.jpg CONCLUSIONS AND CHALLENGES  It is mandatory to innovate permanently in order to find different ways of bringing value to Clients. But how?  By involving and committed everyone, top management included. Why?!  Because innovation does not simply appear from a creative organization! Leadership focused on disruption and “tailor made” processes are essential too. That’s it?  No, innovation methodologies, tools and initiatives as well as error tolerance are important too! And that’s it?  No, of course not and that’s the ongoing challenge! Daily disruptiveness, resilience when under pressure to deliver, give ideas an opportunity, find new incoming sources, to mention just a few. 9
  10. 10. Imagesource:https://www.superindustria.com/main/modules.php?name=Spaces&file=zprint&id_zpace=17&id_mod=310&id_x=1908 “A country is more developed not when it has access to more improved products but when it creates them.” (Bastos, 1984) 10
  11. 11. Thank you! Ana Patrícia Monteiro Encontro de Associados e Amigos da Apgico

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