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Title: Relevance of Open Innovation


Relevance of Open Innovation to the Disaster
eResponse in the eRegion The 7th Workshop on
the Cross-border Disaster eResponse in the
eRegion Interoperability of Information Systems
of the Organizations Involved http//eLivingLab.o
rg/Safe/Workshop Jože GricareCenter Faculty
of Organizational Sciences, University of v http//eCenter.FOV, http//
Cross-borderServices in the EU
  • Procurement
  • Invoicing
  • Marketplaces
  • Government
  • Logistics
  • Health
  • Disaster Response
  • Learning
  • Inclusion
  • Parliament
  • Everything

Do we have a problem?Are there innovative
Disaster eResponse Initiative
  • Draft Memorandum of Safe and Secure eRegion
  • http//
  • Ljubljana, July 2005
  • Virtual Cross-border Disaster Response
  • Living Lab in the eRegion
  • http//
  • November 2007
  • Workshops on Cross-border Disaster eResponse
  • in the eRegion 2004 - 2009

Cross-border Disaster e Response in the eRegion
  • Caritas
  • Customs Administration
  • Emergency Ambulance Service
  • Fire Fighter Association
  • Insurance Association
  • Intelligence and Security Agency
  • Ministry of Defence General Staff, Armed Forces
  • Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Ministry of Health
  • Ministry of Interior Police
  • Ministry of Public Administration
  • Ministry of Transport
  • Protection and Rescue Administration
  • Radio and TV
  • Red Cross
  • Society for Emergency Medicine
  • Mobile services provider
  • University

eRegionIn the eRegion business government
organizations, as well as individuals,
extensively use eTechnologiesin order to
support their work
eRegion - various perspectivesFrom a small
business perspective, eRegion is an area of
about 100 kilometers around the companys
location. From a large companys perspective,
eRegion is an area of some 200-500 kilometers
around the companys locationFrom the
Knowledge Village perspective, eRegion is the
area of about 5 hours air flight to/from Dubai,
Arab Emirates.
  • .

European transport corridors No. 5 No. 10
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Cross-border Baltic Region
  • Sweden is one of the strongest advocates for
    a special EU Baltic strategy, and I am pleased to
    tell you that the strategy is one of my
    government's top priorities in the discussions
    with France and the Czech Republic for our common
    presidency work programme.
  • Dr. Cecilia Malmström
  • The EU-strategy for the Baltic Sea Region under
    the Swedish Presidency.
  • Baltic Sea Region Conference, Rostock 05 February
  • http//

Open or Closed Philosophy/Concept/Attitudes/Values
  • C l o s e d
  • Authoritarian
  • Top Down
  • Central Planning
  • Command Control
  • Bureaucratic
  • Rigid
  • Monopolist
  • O p e n
  • Individual/Freedom
  • Bottom up
  • Participation
  • Collaboration, Self Organization
  • Common Sense
  • Flexible/Adaptable
  • Competition - Innovation

Innovation moving out of the Lab
Closed Innovation Centralized inward looking
innovation Open Innovation Externally focused,
collaborative innovation Innovation
Networks Ecosystem centric, cross-organizational
innovation Adopted from Richard Straub, IBM
Open Innovation Service Policy Group
The Rise of the User
  • User as Research-Object
  • Observation and Surveying
  • Prototype Development
  • Testing (Usability, Feasibility, Market Testing)
  • Piloting
  • User as Innovator
  • Interactive User Feed-back
  • Incremental User Innovation Ideas
  • User Idea Generation
  • User Community Innovation
  • Service by Definition Co-creation

Industry RD Led
User User Community Led
Consumers gtgtgt Contributors gtgtgt Innovators
Adopted from Richard Straub, IBM Open
Innovation Service Policy Group
A missing link in innovation
Phase 2 Prototype
Phase 0 Research
Phase 1 Solution proposal
Phase 4 Commercial product/service
Phase 3 Pre-commercial product/service
Innovation no mans land
Research push
Market pull
Presented by Veli-Pekka Niitamo, NOKIA ENoLL,
Bled eConference June 5, 2007
Cross-bordereServices in the EU
  • eProcurement
  • eInvoicing
  • eMarketplaces
  • eGovernment
  • eLogistics
  • eHealth
  • Disaster eResponse
  • eLearning
  • eInclusion
  • eParliament
  • eEverything

There are interoperability problems !In the eEU,
innovative eServices are needed
The Helsinki Manifesto We have to move
fast, before it is too latehttp//
/files/Helsinki_Manifesto_201106.pdfNovember 20,
2006 Implementation of European Network of
Living Labs - ENoLLThe required measure No. 1
The Helsinki Manifesto Twelve most supported
measures1. Implementation of a European Network
of Living Labs2. Reap the benefits of re-using
bank infrastructure for the e-invoicing 3. Break
down internal boarders for ICT services 4.
Renewing of the European innovation system5.
Creation of a market for innovative products and
services 6. Focus on services innovation, and
establish services science, management
and engineering as an academic discipline 7.
Concrete funding and support for technology
start-ups8. Ensure data integration between
IT-solutions 9. Intensify integration of retail
banking market (Payments Services Directive) 10.
Implementation of European wide compatible
e-invoicing system 11. Move from an
organization-centered system to a
citizen-centered system12. Bring people actively
to the information society (ICT skills to 10
million adult people in Europe over a 3-year
Opportunities in Open Innovation Experience
Sharing in the eRegions
  • Which components, solutions, or operations
    successful in one eRegion could be copied, which
    could be followed, and which are not applicable
    at all in another eRegion?
  • Can some guidelines for successful copying be
    defined and generalized for better understanding
    of the potential of the open innovation as a
    concept and as a practice in an eRegion?
  • How relevant are the outstanding business,
    government, and academic leaders to the eRegions
    awareness creation, policy making, or solutions
  • Can the neighboring countries facing tensions or
    conflicts gain benefits if helped in, or pushed
    into an eRegion development and innovative
    experimenting in the LLs?