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These slides highlighted a keynote adress to the 40th annual meeting of the Australia New Zealand Regional Science Association International meeting in Melbourne. In it, we reviewed some of our experiments in designing and guiding innovation ecosystems.

These slides highlighted a keynote adress to the 40th annual meeting of the Australia New Zealand Regional Science Association International meeting in Melbourne. In it, we reviewed some of our experiments in designing and guiding innovation ecosystems.

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  1. 1. Ed Morrison Purdue Agile Strategy Lab Purdue Polytechnic Institute Designing Innovation Ecosystems ANZRSAI Annual Conference | Melbourne | December 2016
  2. 2. We are defining how universities can design and guide innovation ecosystems
  3. 3. We are sitting in the midst of a really big transition…
  4. 4. The foundations of our economy are shifting…
  5. 5. Networks move us to new opportunities
  6. 6. Quick tour of research, theory and practice Ecosystem experiments at Purdue Key components of a university ecosystem
  7. 7. Quick tour of research, theory and practice Ecosystem experiments at Purdue Key components of a university ecosystem
  8. 8. Quick tour of research, theory and practice Ecosystem experiments at Purdue Key components of a university ecosystem
  9. 9. “Transform your Workforce System” ✓ 13 regions nationally ✓ $15 million each ✓ 3 years to innovate The federal government First Purdue experiment Indiana, 2005
  10. 10. 0 7,500 15,000 22,500 30,000 Began Training Completed Training Degrees/Certificates Goal Result 2.7 X 2.9 X 2.7 X Result: We exceeded goals by almost 3X. With 8% of the national money, we produced 40% of the national results
  11. 11. Indiana Innovation Platform proposed to pool the start-up and innovation assets of two universities and focus them three regions
  12. 12. © Fraunhofer IAO, IAT Universität Stuttgart
 Dr.-Ing. Dipl.-Ing.-Des. Antonino Ardilio Fraunhofer IAO Fraunhofer IAO Stuttgart, Germany Fraunhofer
  13. 13. Technology Development Market Opportunities OLED Displays Emergent Artificial Intelligence Sensors Genetic Engineering Military Health Care Construction Automotive Financial Services Opaque, permeable boundary Technology in search of a market fit Markets in search of technology solutions 5G Networks RoboticsBioplastics Additive Manufacturing Drones Precision Agriculture Conductive polymers Nanomaterials Lithium Air Batteries Fraunhofer MarketExplorer Fraunhofer TechnologyRadar
  14. 14. © Fraunhofer IAO, IAT Universität Stuttgart 44 Strategic Doing course Designing and Guiding Complex Collaborations Integration of agile strategy and innovation management Open TIM (Technology- & Innovation management) course Technology and Innovation Management in the digital age TechnologyRadar course Accumulating Technology Intelligence MarketExplorer course Identifying adjacent market opportunities …
  15. 15. 
 Research Infrastructure
 Investor
 Networks Skilled Talent Pool Start-up Firms Innovative
 Growth
 Companies Provide capital and expertise Provide investment
 generates wealth Recruit and supply smart people Recruit and supply smart people Provide networks and mentors Provide ideas incubators and smart people Provide R&D partners Provide technology support and training Accelerate new 
 venture investment Train and recruit smart people Start Up Economy Growth Economy One view of a university’s innovation ecosystem Source: Ed Morrison, Dale Wunderlich
  16. 16. Business Firm Business firm that acts as an expert hub Business firm that services as a boundary spanner Higher educational institution supporting the cluster Strategic focus area that ties together firm within a cluster Anchor Investment Formal Cluster
  17. 17. Quick tour of research, theory and practice Ecosystem experiments at Purdue Key components of a university ecosystem Civic economy mindset Agile strategy: Strategic Doing Collaboration platforms Open source ecosystems
  18. 18. Quick tour of research, theory and practice Ecosystem experiments at Purdue Key components of a university ecosystem Civic economy mindset Agile strategy: Strategic Doing Collaboration platforms Open source ecosystems
  19. 19. Our Market Economy Our Civic Economy Focus on redesigning and guiding our civic economy
  20. 20. Our Market Economy Our Natural Environment Our Civic Economy Carolan 2005, Society, Biology, and Ecology: Bringing Nature Back Into Sociology’s Disciplinary Narrative Through Critical Realism
  21. 21. Our Market Economy Our Civic Economy Collaboration zone
  22. 22. Shared Value Perspective Collective Im pact Perspective Our Market Economy Our Civic Economy Zone of Collaboration Industrial Commons Perspective
  23. 23. Quick tour of research, theory and practice Ecosystem experiments at Purdue Key components of a university ecosystem Civic economy mindset Agile strategy: Strategic Doing Collaboration platforms Open source ecosystems
  24. 24. Strategic Planning We have been testing an agile strategy process designed for open networks Strategic Doing
  25. 25. Dynamic Simple Complex Complicated Number of Actors Low Low High High Source: Modified from Sheffield et. al (2012) Number of Interactions As we move toward networks, we move into highly complex environments
  26. 26. Known Situations New Situations Existing Skills New Skills Comfort Zone Where agile strategy happens Frustration Zone Command and control Collaboration and trust Hierarchies Open networks Agile strategy enables us to confront complex situations by developing new, collective skills
  27. 27. Strategic Doing uses simple rules to guide complex collaborations to measurable outcomes…

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