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DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE
Innovation and leadership –
governance and internal innovation
Working with competiti...
DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE
Agenda
• Background elements
• Competitiveness Poles Policy as a new governance
appro...
DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE
3,6 Millions
inhabitants
3 Regions with large
exclusive competencies
and legislative ...
DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE
Key figures
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Industry = 13%
of total added
value
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DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE
Regional development plans
1999-
2004
• 1999 : Contract for the future of Wallonia
• ...
DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE
Marshall Plan 4.0 - Budgets 2015-2019
Millions €
Axis I - Human capital as an asset 3...
DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE
Definition of a Competitiveness Pole
Critical Mass at the
regional level,
virtuous gr...
DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE
Creation process : a mix of top-down and
bottom-up approaches
•University study
•Regi...
DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE
Competitiveness Poles in Wallonia
Cross-sectoral regional ecosystems
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Implementation : Policy mix
• Collaborative R&D projects (2 entreprises and 2
researc...
DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE
Implementation : Annual call for projects
• Analysis by :
• the Pole
• the
administra...
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Results and challenges
Key results Challenges ahead
Relevance of key priority domains...
DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE
• Framework program for creativity
(2010)
• Objective : To place creativity and
innov...
DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE
Consolidation and deepening of our Strategy
Competitiveness
Poles
Innovation,
ICT, KE...
DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE
Conclusions – Do’s and don’t’s
 Don’t think it’s easy
 It’s a long time process –
f...
DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE
Conclusions – Do’s and don’t’s
 Think and act out of the box
 Don’t rely on old fas...
DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE
Conclusions – Do’s and don’t’s
• Partnership
• Responsabilisation
• Involvement of
st...
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Working with Competitiveness Poles and regional leadership in Wallonia (23 June 2015)

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Working with Competitiveness Poles and regional leadership in Wallonia (23 June 2015)

  1. 1. DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE Innovation and leadership – governance and internal innovation Working with competitiveness poles and regional leadership in Wallonia Innovation Seminar « The challenges of implementing innovation strategies”, 23 June 2015 Florence HENNART
  2. 2. DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE Agenda • Background elements • Competitiveness Poles Policy as a new governance approach • Creative Wallonia : fostering the creative economy • Conclusion : Do’s and don’t’s
  3. 3. DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE 3,6 Millions inhabitants 3 Regions with large exclusive competencies and legislative power
  4. 4. DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE Key figures
  5. 5. DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE Industry = 13% of total added value
  6. 6. DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE
  7. 7. DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE Regional development plans 1999- 2004 • 1999 : Contract for the future of Wallonia • 2001 : launch of the business cluster policy, bottom-up 2006 • 2006-2009 : 1st Marshall Plan (1,6 billion €) • 5 priority axis for economic development • Launch of the Competitiveness Poles Policy -5 poles, 280 millions € 2009 • 2009-2014 : Marshall Plan 2.Green (2,75 billion €) • Pursuing and deepening the competitiveness Poles policy, 388 millions € – Creation of a 6th Pole (Green chemistry) 2015 • 2015-2019 : Marshall Plan 4.0 – 2,9 billion € (Human capital, Industrial and innovation policy, Attractiveness, Energy and circular economy, Digital economy) •  Axis II: Deepening of S3 through Competitiveness Poles (316 millions €+265 millions €), new RDI Strategy, support to growth of enterprises
  8. 8. DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE Marshall Plan 4.0 - Budgets 2015-2019 Millions € Axis I - Human capital as an asset 304,56 Axis II - Supporting the development of industry through a policy of innovation and business growth 850,48 II.1 Innovation (Competitiveness Poles + valorization) 642,06 II.2 Growth of SMEs 208,42 Axis III - Mobilizing the territory for economic development 374,00 Axis IV - Efficiency, energy transition and circular economy 1 096,17 Axis V - Support to digital innovation 244,78 Total 2 869,98
  9. 9. DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE Definition of a Competitiveness Pole Critical Mass at the regional level, virtuous growth circle, Global competitiveness Training centers Research units Enterprises Partnership, Joint strategy and joint innovative projects
  10. 10. DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE Creation process : a mix of top-down and bottom-up approaches •University study •Regional potential and perspectives •Criterias •5 domains identified Selection of priority domains • Creation of 1 Pole/domain • Terms of reference • Stakeholders defining the Partnership, strategy, concrete projects, mix of technologies and sectors Call for interest • Analysis by an independant jury •Labellisation of the poles and first projects by the Government Creation of the Poles Same process for the 6th Pole
  11. 11. DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE Competitiveness Poles in Wallonia Cross-sectoral regional ecosystems
  12. 12. DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE Implementation : Policy mix • Collaborative R&D projects (2 entreprises and 2 research centres) • Innovation platforms RDI • Investment subsidies • Common infrastructures (R&D, infrastructures)Investment • Sector expert to support export approaches • Promotion actions and international prospection • Attraction of FDI • + EU projects Internationalisation • Development of specific trainings • Training policy • Internships Training • Up to 350.000-400.000 € / Pole / Year (Wages) • IF Private counterpart of 50% (expenses / valorisations) • Project support, networking,… Animation structures
  13. 13. DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE Implementation : Annual call for projects • Analysis by : • the Pole • the administration • Internal jury Letter of Intent • Formal administration opinion • External jury recommandation Finalized project • Decision of support / budgets • Conditional decisions Regional Governement Monitoring and Evaluation : coordinating administration, external jury, external evaluation, Governement
  14. 14. DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE Results and challenges Key results Challenges ahead Relevance of key priority domains and strategy Driving effect for the whole economy Positive collaboration dynamics in and between poles International Strategy, European projects Good representation of stakeholders (+/- 1.000 members) SMEs involvement Positive dynamics for participating enterprises Industrial impact, valorisation, market uptake R&D support predominant Innovation dynamics to foster on a continuous basis, cross-sectoral dynamics New policy approaches, policy mix Going beyond specific support tools, mobilizing the whole policy mix => Competitiveness Poles policy at the heart of the Regional S3
  15. 15. DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE • Framework program for creativity (2010) • Objective : To place creativity and innovation at the heart of the Walloon society and economy. • Means : Thinking out of the box to :  promote the creative society  fertilize innovative practices  support innovative productions  Piloting, testing  Open network of stakeholders Wallonia, European Creative District (2013-2015): demonstrating, at the European level that a post-industrialized economy can transform itself through the potential of creativity and the creative and cultural industries Creative Wallonia
  16. 16. DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE Consolidation and deepening of our Strategy Competitiveness Poles Innovation, ICT, KET Internation- alisation, Europe Resource efficiency Creative economy, high potential SMEs New innovative value chains
  17. 17. DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE Conclusions – Do’s and don’t’s  Don’t think it’s easy  It’s a long time process – find your own way  Get inspiration from outside but adapt to your own situation  Starting point = objectives, not the tools  EU programmes and network as strong levers BUT supporting role essential
  18. 18. DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE Conclusions – Do’s and don’t’s  Think and act out of the box  Don’t rely on old fashioned structures to impulse new dynamics  Use Pilots...  And then drive change  Focus on policy processes + incentives  Flexibility and adaptability  Dialogue
  19. 19. DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE Conclusions – Do’s and don’t’s • Partnership • Responsabilisation • Involvement of stakeholders • Mix top-down / bottom-up • EU • Adapting existing tools • Kill the bad experiences • Develop promising ones! • Rely on external expertise • Make choices • Testing new approaches • Be open to new proposals • Act at the border of the system! • Political leadership – defining policy objectives Pilot Evaluate DialogueAdapt It’s a process : learning by doing
  20. 20. DIRECTION DE LA POLITIQUE ECONOMIQUE Thanks for your attention ! http://economie.wallonie.be http://clusters.wallonie.be/federateur-en/ www.creativewallonia.be/wecd florence.hennart@spw.wallonie.be Chloe.faton@spw.wallonie.be

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