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        FKeynote Speech for Republic Polytechnic Technology Forum 2012|Transformation for Open Innovation in Taiwan
        Keynote Speech for Republic Polytechnic Technology Forum 2012|台灣開放創新之轉型
        • 2012/09/07
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        As 2012 marks RP's 10th year of innovation, Republic Polytechnic in Singapore celebrated it with a special Technology Forum which brings together the three Cluster areas (representing the Supply Chain /Logistics, Healthcare & Wellness and Environment Clusters). Stephen Su, General Director of IEK, was invited to deliver a speech on “Transformation for Open Innovation in Taiwan” at the Programme for Republic Polytechnic Technology Forum 2012 on 7 September. In his speech, Stephen first pointed out some strengths and challenges in Taiwan industries. He talked about one of the unique strengths being the public-private partnership (PPP) model for collaborative research and commercialization. Then he described future open innovation in Taiwan. Contrary to traditional thinking, innovation should be the transformation of knowledge into money, not just investing money for research only. Also He proposed more emphasis would be placed on needs discovery before solutions and technology innovations. And Finally he concluded with how to keeping continuous transformation for Open Innovation in Taiwan. It would be highly important to control and leverage Service-based Applications Ecosystems in the future, which would be composed of 4 value-web elements: System platform, value-add apps, business operations, and cultural innovation.

        We are very pleased to present his presentation in PDF format for your reference.

        為了慶祝10周年校慶,新加坡共和理工學院匯集了三大領域(供應鏈/物流、健康照護以及環境)於9月7日舉辦了一系列特別的技術論壇,工研院IEK蘇孟宗主任受邀發表《台灣開放創新之轉換》主題演說。演說中,蘇主任首先點出一些台灣產業的優勢與挑戰,他談及公部門與私部門的合作夥伴關係(PPP)模式為合作研究及商品化的獨特優勢之一。接著,他描述了台灣未來的開放創新,與傳統思維相反的,創新應該是知識轉化成金錢,而不只是投資金錢僅為研究。此外,他提出應將更多的重點放在解決方案前的需求發現和技術創新。並且,最後他總結論述台灣之開放創新如何不斷改造,在未來,服務型應用生態體系的控制與利用將非常重要,這會由四個價值網路元素組成:系統平台、加值應用、營運服務,以及在地文創。

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        Transformation for Open Innovation in Taiwan
        NO.1
        Contents
        NO.2
        Taiwan’s collaborative innovation ecosystem with ITRI as largest research institute
        NO.3
        ITRI – Where Taiwan’s High-Tech began
        NO.4
        ITRI innovations recognized by international awards
        NO.5
        ITRI cited in US report on innovation for leadership in Advanced Manufacturing
        NO.6
        ITRI focuses on technology commercialization between universities and industries
        NO.7
        Full-fledged organization for technology research and commercialization at ITRI
        NO.8
        Funding and resources for ITRI operations
        NO.9
        Increasing IEK research focus onconsumer needs and application scenarios
        NO.10
        IEK Consumer Behavior Study:Cross-Strait Elderly Healthcare Needs
        NO.11
        Foresight project for 2025 vision & strategy
        NO.12
        Develop future industrial vision for Taiwan
        NO.13
        Contents
        NO.14
        Taiwan industrial developmentshifting to innovation focus
        NO.15
        Key strengths of Taiwan industries
        NO.16
        sUnique public-private partnership (PPP) model for collaborative research and commercialization
        NO.17
        World-leading ICT industrial clusters
        NO.18
        Integrated industrial value chains and clustering (1.5 Hours from North to South)
        NO.19
        Key challenges facing Taiwan now
        NO.20
        Continuous decline in value-addfor Taiwan manufacturing
        NO.21
        Taiwan lags behind Koreain international technology trade
        NO.22
        Need to improve technology innovationin quality, not quantity
        NO.23
        Cross-disciplinary collaboration needed between high-tech and service industries
        NO.24
        Still long road ahead for Taiwan brands
        NO.25
        Strategic directions for Taiwanto overcome key challenges
        NO.26
        Clock ticking… Race against timeExamples of Taiwan industry development strategy
        NO.27
        Contents
        NO.28
        Turn research into innovation
        NO.29
        Disruptive Innovation: First and only one
        NO.30
        Paradigm shifting from “Services” to “Experience” and “Emotion”
        NO.31
        Needs discovery before solutions and technology innovations
        NO.32
        Trend: ICT enabled “Service-based Application Ecosystem” to all industries
        NO.33
        Market premium for those companieson top of ecosystems
        NO.34
        Service-based Application Ecosystem in Korea: Online-2-Offline retailing (2010)
        NO.35
        Taiwan is catching up in Online-2-OfflineExample: High-Speed Train ticketing (2011)
        NO.36
        ITRI Example: Shared innovation platformfor open collaboration
        NO.37
        ITRI building innovation platform
        NO.38
        ITRI Technology Transfer Center focus on value extraction and value creation
        NO.39
        Partnership: ITRI has 90+ research alliances Of domestic/international collaboration
        NO.40
        Team-up for new industry ecosystem
        NO.41
        Brand and manufacturing are two growth engines for future Taiwan industries
        NO.42
        ICTization and virtualization of distribution channelsKey points from ITRI ARAC Advisor: Cheng Wu
        NO.43
        Give time for technology commercialization
        NO.44
        Contents
        NO.45
         Control and LeverageService-based Applications Ecosystems
        NO.46
        Enhance service industry competitiveness via ICT-enabled ecosystems
        NO.47
        Taiwan pivotal in pilot testing future Service-based Applications Ecosystems
        NO.48
        Steve Jobs and Apple – Succeed from failing
        NO.49
        Continuous innovation as key for Taiwan
        NO.50
        Thanks
        NO.51
        Stephen Su (蘇孟宗)
        NO.52

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