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Innovations for Knowledge
Management

Dr A Amudeswari

Director, CEFIPRA



22 June 2010


Knowledge in the Competitive
Landscape


Currently

global

economy

is

knowledge

driven

and

has

created

a

competitive

landscape


Individuals,

companies,

countries

compete

globally

transcending

borders

gaining

competitive

advantage

through

generation,

capitalization

and

leveraging

of

the

knowledge



In

this

milieu

government,

enterprises

and

knowledge

based

institutions

play

a

major

role

in

the

economic

transformation

by

carving

knowledge

pathways

(developing

strategic

alliances,

technology

partnerships,

nurturing

intellectual

capital,

exploit

core

competencies)



The

challenge

lies

in

the

management

of

the

knowledge

generated

(scientific

research

and

the

technological

embodiments)

which

can

create

space

in

the

landscape

Innovation in the Knowledge
Based Economy


Innovation

gains

for

the

manufacturing

sector

a

competitive

edge

in

the

global

market

trade
.

To

innovate

requires

creative

people
.

Creativity

requires

an

ambience

and

nourishment


The

youth

of

this

country

must

be

inspired

to

innovate
.

Education

can

play

an

inspirational

role

by

triggering

the

imagination

of

the

young,

by

nurturing

creativity,

by

encouraging

the

spirit

of

enquiry

and

questioning

attitude
.



Expertise

based

pathways

to

innovation

by

a

single

or

group

of

professionals



Corporate

India

can

seed

new

knowledge

based

initiatives

through

customer

interface,

external

influences


Universities

and

national

institutes

are

key

agencies

for

creating,

nurturing

and

diffusing

scientific

and

technological

knowledge
.

R&D

expenditures

in

higher

education

sector

are

economic

growth

stimulators
.

Universities

can

be

the

change

agents

in

bringing

about

a

transformation

in

the

system

of

education

and

position

India

strongly

in

the

knowledge

economy

by

providing

the

ambience

and

atmosphere

for

youth

to

innovate,

by

connecting

the

aspirations

of

the

youth

to

the

corporate

world


Innovation landscape of India:
Enabled by policy support

Institutional

mechanisms

PPPs for

demand /

absorption

Political Will/

Policy and international

cooperation

Human Capacity/

resource Supply

Innovation: Promotional measures


Establishment of Innovation Foundation


With provisions for functional autonomy for
internal governance and measures of linking
informal and formal innovators; motivating
support for innovators


National& International Innovation Projects


Simultaneous focus on accelerated and
inclusive growth through innovation mix


Forging alliances for promoting innovation
with private enterprises globally


Innovation Day celebrated


Idea Fund support

INSPIRE

Summer Camp with

science leaders

Assured Opportunity in

Research (AORC)

10
-
15 Yrs

excitements

15
-
17 Yrs

Motivating experience

17
-
22 yrs funding

With mentoring

22
-
27 Yrs

Scholarship building

27
-
32 Yrs

Career opportunity

Scholarships In Higher

Education (SHE)

1 Million Science Award


@ Rs 5000

Innovation for Inspiring Youth: INSPIRE
Programme

of DST: Creating Space in the
Innovation Landscape

Equity Participation from Industry for Inspiring India to Grow

Innovation in Science for Pursuit of Inspired Research)

Catching them Young

Indicators for Development: S&T


During

1980
’s

India

occupied

8
th

position

in

scientific

research

in

the

world


In

1990
,

the

ranking

was

12
th



In

2003
,

India

was

out

of

the

top

10

countries



The

reason
-
decline

in

scientific

manpower

(perhaps

due

to

the

demand

pull

from

IT

sector)


The

number

of

scientific

manpower

(PhD’s)

in

India

is

157

per

million

population,

in

Korea

180
,

in

Japan

80
,

in

China

850


The

global

share

in

scientific

articles

(
2005
)

is

7
.
8
%

for

Japan,

5
.
9

China,

Korea

2
.
3
,

India

2
.
1

and

Singapore

0
.
5
%


India’s

R&D

Intensity

(as

%

of

GDP)

is

<
1
%
,

Korea

3
.
2
%
,

Japan

3
.
4
%
,

China

1
.
4
%
,

Taiwan

2
.
5
%
,

Singapore

2
.
4
%


The

R&D

investments

in

India

are

80
%

from

Govt

and

20
%

from

private,

in

S
.
Korea

&

Singapore

50
%

from

Govt

and

50
%

from

pvt,

China

&

Taiwan

40
%

from

Govt

and

60
%

from

private,

Japan

20
%

from

Govt

and

80
%

from

pvt


Innovation

in

R&D

is

strongly

coupled

to

patent

generation
.

The

global

share

in

patent

filing

(
2006
)

reveals

that

Japan

has

29
%
,

China

7
.
3
%
,

Korea

9
.
8
%
,



Human

Resource

Infra
-
structure


Policy

Issues

Finance

Application
oriented

Pre

competiti
ve

Explorato
ry

Research

Passion for science pursuit

Generation of new knowledge

Leadership in science

Expertise & Excellence



Technology

Business



Technology

Strategic



Technology

Societal
relevance

Industry driven

Public funded

High level science
networks

of international excellence

Translational Research

Innovation projects

Knowledge Generation

Purposeful journey

Knowledge generation in R&D
Institutions


Institutions

strongly

connected

to

industrial

sector

need

to

align

and

orient

their

R&D

activities

to

industry

needs,

demands

&

priorities


Institutions

focussing

on

lead

ideas

based

on

leap

frog

rather

than

incremental

innovation


Institutions

also

have

groups

engaged

in

blue

sky

research


Focus

is

on

precompetitive

research

aimed

at

providing

global

leadership

and

which

ensures

staying

ahead

of

the

industry

by

5
-
7

yrs



Translational

research

aims

at

providing

technology

solutions

to

problems

faced

by

industry


PPP

model

for

conversion

of

R&D

leads

into

commercially

viable

products


Development

of

Core

competencies

in

specialized

areas

Knowledge Partnerships: In R&D
Institutions


Networking

as

a

mode

of

research

and

development


Building

coherence

and

synergy

with

shared

objectives,

resources

and

cogeneration

of

values
:

Government

departments

adopt

this


New

Millennium

Indian

Technology

Leadership

Initiative


Building

private
-
Public

Partnerships

in

proof

of

concept

mode

of

innovations,

delivering

outputs

already

in

many

areas
.

New

experience

in

innovating

gained

TBI Model: For Promotion of
Innovative R&D


Provides

opportunity

for

testing

an

idea/concept



Potential

for

translation

of

idea/concept

into

process/product

can

be

assessed


Leads

to

entrepreneurial

capabilities


Risk

minimization

is

possible



Offers

scope

for

promoting

innovation


Requires

wide

publicity

and

outreach

mechanisms


If

linked

to

R&D

laboratories,

success

rates

could

be

higher


If

set

up

in

industrial

clusters

on

co
-
sharing

basis,

likelihood

of

start

up

initiatives

graduating

into

full

fledged

companies

higher


The

incubation

model

has

led

to

generation

of

technologies

Concept

R&D

Lead

Innovation

Process

Product


Design


Risk

Financ
e

Scale
up

PPP


Co
Investment

Commercialization

Promote

Start up
companies



Govt


Funding/ Contract


Researc
h



Innovation & Industrial Research

From Companies capable of

coping with risk

Demand

Regulation

Cost
competitiveness


Market


Policies

TBI

Idea
Generation

Industry sponsored/supported

Individuals

CEFIPRA: Creating Space in the
Innovation and Knowledge Landscape

CEFIPRA

Strategies

for

SME’s


to innovate

Competitiveness

building

Development

of

core

competencies

Exchange

programmes

Alliances

In specific

areas

Industrial

Research

Basic R&D

Strong

collaboration

Thank You

cefipra@gmail.com



Explosion of new knowledge


Methods and strategies to harness this
new knowledge


Connecting knowledge generation to
enterprises



translational research for gaining trade
advantages

Knowledge Management


Alliances in international cooperation format


Support generic technologies


Collaborations in R&D


Sharing of knowledge


Policy support


Political will


Investments in Science and technology education


Entrepreneurial initiatives


Making SME’s competitive through financial support processes


Knowledge gap mapping


Transformational initiatives


Planning Technology choices relevant to societal needs


Technology creation (patent)


Technology prospecting and forecasting