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Attractive innovation environments fostering change itpnz 2017_ minna takala

Presentation on Attractive Innovation Environments Fostering Change at ITPZ Symposium, Wntec, Hamilton, New Zealand

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Attractive innovation environments fostering change itpnz 2017_ minna takala

  1. 1. Hämäläisten hyväksi – Hämeen parasta kehittämistä Attractive Innovation Environments Fostering Change ITPNZ – Symposium 4.-5.7.2017 Innovations that Transform Societies Minna Takala Regional Council of Häme July 2017
  2. 2. Short intro • Academic – M.Sc. (Eng) LicTech - Aalto University – INSCO – Innovation in Sourcing Competencies – SPINN – Speed in Innovation Ecosystem • Entrepreneur – Linna BikeShop – new style bikeshop & cafe 2010- > – QIS – consulting & facilitation • Nokia 2002 – 2010 – benchmarking, business intelligence • NJIT – New Jersey Institute of Technology • Helsinki University of Technology
  3. 3. Häme Region – at the mid floor of Finland Hämeenlinna Forssa Riihimäki 173 410 inhabitants May2017 foreknowledge • Three cities • 8 rural municipalities • Area: 5 700 km2 Age distribution in 2015 31290€ per citizen GNP2014
  4. 4. Overview • Dimensions of Innovation • What is Valued? • Towards Circular Economy • Finnish Innovation Ecosystem • SmartHäme – Regional Innovation Ecosystem • Development Principles • Conditions for Success
  5. 5. Dimensions of Innovation Novelty + Value • … • Oslo Manual 1995 • Schumpeter 1934 CHANGE NOVELTY New to * the world? * our region? * our town? * users?
  6. 6. What is Valued? Source: Ouden (2016) http://www.elkedenouden.com/Valueframeworkzoom.html
  7. 7. Towards Circular Economy Source: https://media.sitra.fi/2017/0 2/27052129/sitra_kiertotalo us_infografiikka_some_en- 1.jpg
  8. 8. Finnish Innovation Ecosystem… Report available from: https://rio.jrc.ec.europa.eu/en/library/place-based-innovation- ecosystems-espoo-innovation-garden-and-aalto-university- finland
  9. 9. http://www.slush.org/ …challenged and disrupted by new
  10. 10. Views to regional development levels - support for companies? FOCUS OF DEVELOPMENT
  11. 11. Regional Planning System Regional Strategy 2045 Regional Development Plan Regional Land Use Plan Implementation, projects, action
  12. 12. Smart Häme 2018 – 2021 Preliminary themes Planning SUSTAINBLE USE OF NATURAL RESOURCES • Bioeconomy • Circular Economy • Smart Agriculture • Food industry • etc. INDUSTRY 4.0 • Metal industry • Robotics • IoT • Security / Defence • etc. CREATIVE BUSINESS AND SERVICES • Culture • Travel industry • Sports • etc. BUILT ENVIRONMENT • Smart Traffic • Ecological constructions • Landscaping services • etc. RIS3 ~ Regional Smart Specialisation Strategy & EDP ~ Entrepreneurial Discovery Process
  13. 13. Hämäläisten hyväksi – Hämeen parasta kehittämistä Development Principles
  14. 14. Häme – Programme & instruments for development OPEN INNOVATION ECOSYSTEM • What projects are on-going? • What is the schedule? • Who is participating? • Who is funding? • Which areas are involved? • Where can you get further information? HÄME – PROGRAMME
  15. 15. Rhythms & pace of development shift towards new ways of working TRADITIONAL DEVELOPMENT APPROACH • Long term development programs • Duration 3 - 5 - 10 years • Long preparation time • Large projects - relatively slow implementation, results shared after programs ends • Usually heavy on admin work • Public funding instruments - local, regional, national & global NEW / EMERGING ACCELERATEDNEW / EMERGING ACCELERATED DEVELOPMENT APPROACH • Fast experimental pilots • Duration days, weeks, months, 1-2 years • Fast / ad hoc preparation time • Micro / small projects - fast implementation, fast cycle learning, early results shared openly while projects are on- going • Emphasis on results, fast delivery, min. admin work • Private funding instruments & crowd funding Challenge - How to combine these for regional development ?
  16. 16. FORSSA – BrightGreen Forssa Sub-region Bright Green Vision: FROM AN OLD INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT INTO A MODERN BIOECONOMY COMMUNITY
  17. 17. Collaborative effort
  18. 18. Large scale projects … • SYMBI – Industrial Symbiosis for Regional Sustainable Growth and a Resource Efficient Circular Economy 2016-2021 • Freshabit LIFE IP – Co-operation to Maintain Our Water Heritage 2016-2022 • SNOwMan – Supporting Non-technological Innovation in Owner-managed Manufacturing SMEs through increased capacity of business intermediaries 2017-2021
  19. 19. From triple helix to quadruple helix - more participation, codesign & cocreation • Triple helix: Government + Education & Research & Development + Business / Entrepreneurs New places and spaces • Hubs • Living labs New practices – Ad hoc activities – Hackathlons – PopUp activities • Quadruple helix: + communities • Organized groups – associations & 3rd sector • Communities of interest and communities of practice • Innovation & start up camps • Summer Schools
  20. 20. Crazy Town – Hämeenlinna Entrepreneurial hub A co-working space and community to grow your business A community for freelancers, solopreneurs, micro-sized companies and others, who want to go further together rather than alone. + Open events !!
  21. 21. Example of fast pace collaborative pilot at Hämeenlinna Sunshine PopUp Indoor Park • Idea 5.11.2014 -> opening 16.1.2015 • Visit by Prime Minister 27.1.2015 • Pilot closed 18.4.2015 • Stakeholders – Core team from LUO- network – 100 volunteers – 30 companies • Results over 12 000 visits, 200 ideas, 50 implemented during pilot, over 30 events Sunshine PopUp Indoor Park • Idea 5.11.2014 -> opening 16.1.2015 • Visit by Prime Minister 27.1.2015 • Pilot closed 18.4.2015 • Stakeholders – Core team from LUO- network – 100 volunteers – 30 companies • Results over 12 000 visits, 200 ideas, 50 implemented during pilot, over 30 events
  22. 22. New initiatives at Häme region HämeHACK 2017-2018 Series of idea competitions combined with hackathlons HOW? Ideation, pitching, competition, feedback from judges, further development… WhatsUP 2017-2018 Fast, easy and affordable development experiments within 1-12 days HOW? WhatsUP Bus touring around Häme Region - Bringing together HAMK student teams, companies, and customers –
  23. 23. Conditions for Success • New institution for innovation by local communities collaborating both locally and globally with various stakeholders • Usually organized based on - democratic, voluntary and flexible principles, enabling agile and faster development patterns • Active use of social media & digitally supported tools for organizing practicalities, for learning and sharing • Level of openness – open for members, open for all • Investing on small scale, new, even odd activities enhances and enables renewal • Trust and genuine appreciative collaboration
  24. 24. Minna Takala Senior Advisor Regional Council of Häme Twitter - @MinLii LinkedIn profile https://fi.linkedin.c om/pub/minna- takala/0/67/88b Minna.takala@ hame.fi

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