OPEN INNOVATION AND MULTI-ACTOR ECOSYSTEMS
Promote interactive, demand-driven innovation
The traditional “top-down” model of knowledge transfer from science to the end user is increasingly outdated: knowledge no longer only flows in one direction. New modalities arise in which knowledge is generated both by research and innovation activities and by existing practice. To ensure that the results of research projects are implemented in practice, it is essential to promote collaborative innovation methodologies based on the active involvement of all agents strong> of the value chain (open innovation, multi-approach -actor, RRI).
We develop methodologies of collaborative innovation and co-creation of knowledge
We develop and implement open innovation methodologies, creating collaborative innovation ecosystems across Europe that have the participation of a relevant number of stakeholders. We work to facilitate understanding and collaboration among all the agents of the innovation system of a project. We offer comprehensive support to implement a multi-actor approach in the projects in which we participate and make the co-creation and transfer of knowledge a way of understanding R&D.
Some proyects in which we manage open innovation
Guest expert in regional working group
- Erasmus + MATES
Einvited guest in a working group on gender equality
- H2020 WINETWORK
Thematic network for the exchange of knowledge about diseases of the vine wood and Golden Flavescence
- H2020 AFINET
Agroforestry Innovation Network
- H2020 SoilDiverAgro
Improvement of soil biodiversity in European agricultural ecosystems
Design of knowledge transfer methodologies. Implementation of interactive innovation models that facilitate the co-creation of knowledge among the different actors of the innovation value chain. Implementation of the “innovation agent” profile, widely validated in projects such as the thematic networks promoted by the EIP-Agri.
ACTIVITIES TO PROMOTE THE ACTIVE PARTICIPATION OF STAKEHOLDERS
Planning and coordination of activities that encourage the participation of stakeholders in research and innovation actions following the RRI principles (responsible research and innovation) strong>. Coordination of networks of work and exchange of knowledge strong> at an international level. Application of facilitation techniques for meetings and working groups that allow the optimization of stakeholder participation.
Design innovation strategies that address the entire R & D & I value chain strong>. Promotion of dialogue between the actors of the quadruple helix strong> (academia, industry, public administration and citizenship). Systemic approach that covers the technical, organizational and socio-economic aspects that influence innovation processes.
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