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Title: Advancing UniversityBased Innovations: The Salzburg Global Seminar Experience


1
Advancing University-Based Innovations The
Salzburg Global Seminar Experience
  • Entrepreneur-Investor Summit,
  • Istanbul, October 31 - November 2, 2007

2
OUTLINE
  • Who we are
  • What we do to foster innovation
  • With what results

3
WHO WE ARE
WHO WE ARE
  • International,
  • non-profit organization
  • Founded in 1947 in Salzburg, Austria
  • Promotes Intercultural dialogue

4
WHO WE ARE
5
WHAT WE DO
  • MISSION to challenge present and future leaders
    to solve issues of global concern
  • FIVE THEMATIC AREAS

FORGING A FAIRER ANDMORE EFFECTIVE WORLD
ORDER

STRENGTHENING DEMOCRACY AND THE RULE of LAW
SUSTAINABILITY
FOSTERING CULTURE AND THE ARTS
SCIENCE AND BUSINESS COLLABORATION
6
WHAT WE DO
  • Within these thematic areas the Seminar
  • conducts Sessions (international seminars) on
    specific topics of global concern
  • develops and implements Initiatives

7
WHAT WE DO
  • The Salzburg Global Seminar Initiatives
  • Designed to be action-oriented
  • Seek practical impact from the intersection of
    ideas addressed in our sessions
  • Cut across the five thematic areas

8
WHY SCIENCE-BUSINESS COLLABORATION AS A THEMATIC
HEADING
  • Issue of global concern
  • Need for more efficient commercialization of
  • academic research
  • Need to make the most of scientific
  • and technological change

9
WHY SCIENCE-BUSINESS COLLABORATION AS A THEMATIC
HEADING
  • Demand for professionalism in
  • management of university research and
  • innovation
  • Need for effective interface models of
    university-business-government collaboration

10
THE SEMINAR STRENGTHS
  • Strong historical connections
  • Track record in cross-sector collaborative
    undertakings
  • Experience in serving as a catalyst for change

11
THE SEMINAR STRENGTHS
12
THE SEMINAR STRENGTHS
  • Attraction of significant international attention
  • Collaboration with leading innovators
  • Many years of work in fostering modernization of
    higher education systems and institutions

13
Higher Education Initiatives
  • Initiatives
  • The Universities Project (UP)
  • The Russian Higher Education Project (RHEP)
  • Visiting Advisors Program (VAP)
  • Science and Business Innovation Initiative
    Working Together for Change (SBII)

UP (1996-2002)
VAP (1997-present)
RHEP (2003-present)
SBII (2006 - present)
2003
1996
1997
2002
2004
2005
2006
14
Higher Education Initiatives
  • The Universities Project
  • (1996 - 2002)
  • Focus facilitation of the higher education
    reform in Central and East Europe,
  • Russia and CIS countries
  • Outcome higher education reforms, transatlantic
    linkages,
  • Russian Higher Education Project

15
Higher Education Initiatives
  • The Russian Higher Education Project (2003
    present)
  • Launched at the invitation of the Russian
    Ministry of Education, now Ministry of Education
    and Science
  • two sessions per year in Salzburg and in Russia
  • workshops for Russian university leadership

16
Higher Education Initiatives
  • Success Story of the RHEP
  • Practicality
  • Effective collaborations
  • Engaged participation
  • and efficient networking

17
Higher Education Initiatives
  • The Visiting Advisors Program (1998 present)
  • Focus on-site consultations to university
    leadership throughout Central and East Europe,
    Russia and CIS countries

18
Higher Education Initiatives
  • The Science and Business Innovation Initiative
  • (2006 present)
  • Emphasis is placed on the development of
    effective interface models with regional and
    global capacity

Technology
Business
University
Government
19
Science and Business Innovation Initiative (SBII)
Developing Industrial Technology
INSTITUTE
BUSINESS INDUSTRY
UNIVERSITY
Nurturing Business Environment
GOVERNMENT
20
Science and Business Innovation Initiative (SBII)
  • From Lab to Market Accelerating Innovation
    through University, Business and Government
    Partnership
  • Salzburg, Schloss Leopoldskron, April 28-May 3,
    2007

21
Science and Business Innovation Initiative (SBII)
  • The fading lustre of clusters, Oct 11th 2007, The
    Economist
  • THE scene in Salzburg earlier this year was one
    that Joseph Schumpeter, an economist obsessed
    with innovation, and Mr Drucker, the management
    expert, would surely have approved of. Several
    dozen government officials and academics from
    around the world gathered at Schloss
    Leopoldskron, a spectacular rococo palace located
    on the shores of an idyllic lake. They came not
    for the fresh Alpine air, hearty Austrian fare or
    even the hills alive with music. It was for a
    conference organized by the Salzburg Global
    Seminar, a non-government organization, to
    discuss what they could do to turn their
    economies into innovation powerhouses.

22
Science and Business Innovation Initiative (SBII)
  • Upcoming meetings
  • Innovation in Knowledge-Based Economies
    Accelerating the Benefits, April 13-18, 2008,
    Salzburg
  • Science and the Citizen, May 19-21, 2008,
    Salzburg
  • Innovation in Knowledge-Based Economies Regional
    Development, September 2008, Odessa, Ukraine

23
Science and Business Innovation Initiative (SBII)
  • Intellectual Property Rights and Innovation
    Protection, Salzburg, December 7-12, 2008,
    Salzburg
  • Sustainability and Entrepreneurship Innovative
    Approaches, January 2009, New Delhi, India

24
Science and Business Anticipated Outcomes
  • Advanced models of university-technology-business-
    government collaborations
  • Effective mechanisms
  • to manage benefits and risks
  • in the strategic alliances

25
Science and Business Anticipated Outcomes
  • Advanced cross-border and cross-sectoral
    cooperation for innovation and entrepreneurship
  • Expanded relations among different groups, such
    as start-ups and established firms, regional and
    national governance, local colleges and
    universities

26
Science and Business Anticipated Outcomes
  • Increased relevance of university research to
    labor market
  • Effective assistance to university related
    start-ups through efficient networking and
    partnership building potential

27
Science and Business Anticipated Outcomes
  • Creation of the Salzburg Global Seminar
    Innovation e-Network
  • Follow-up initiatives including training programs
    for start-ups

28
Collaborate with the SALZBURG GLOBAL SEMINAR
  • History of international
  • dialogue, partnerships
  • and collaborations
  • Effective, practical programs that make
  • a difference
  • Significant contribution to strengthening
    strategic partnerships, innovation and
    entrepreneurship

29
CONTACT
  • Dr. Helene Kamensky
  • Program Director
  • Salzburg Global Seminar
  • Schloss Leopoldskron
  • Box 129, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
  • Phone 43 662 839 83-285
  • Fax 43 662 839 837
  • E-mail hkamensky_at_salzburgglobal.org
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