How to develop and implement your RIS3 priorities

  • 01 Apr 2014 to 02 Apr 2014
  • Pronova Norrk√∂pings Konferens

When you have chosen your priorities, how do you continue? How do you make sure you succeed in the field? Who do you involve, what tools do you use, how do you make necessary changes and based on what information? How do you as a regional policy maker contribute to the economic growth in the companies that will ensure the future income and welfare of the region?

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Practical Information

When
01 Apr 2014 to 02 Apr 2014
Where
Pronova Norrköpings Konferens
Registration Information
Registration is closed.

Description

When you have chosen your priorities, how do you continue? How do you make sure you succeed in the field? Who do you involve, what tools do you use, how do you make necessary changes and based on what information? How do you as a regional policy maker contribute to the economic growth in the companies that will ensure the future income and welfare of the region?

After the national level Peer Review workshop on Implementation and Policy Mix in Riga in March 2014, this topic was explored further together with the advanced regions of East Sweden, Scotland, Flanders and Lower Austria; and Vesa Harmaakorpi professor in Innovation Systems from Lappeenranta University of Technology, in this thematic workshop on "How to develop and implement your RIS3 priorities".

HOW
East Sweden, Scotland, Flanders and Lower Austria will present their experiences on how they have developed their RIS3 priorities and how they implement them. These presentations and following expert interventions, by Vesa Harmaakorpi, will be the point of departure for joint and participatory discussions and work on how to proceed in this next phase of RIS3.

WHY
The RIS3 has limited value if it is not implemented and continuously developed. Together we will explore how. The objectives of the workshop are to:
  • Provide examples of interesting practises from some advanced regions in the development and implementation of their RIS3s
  • Jointly explore how RIS3 priorities are chosen, developed and adapted, and what kind of policy mix is needed and useful in different circumstances.
  • Identify, document and diffuse good practises as presented in the four cases of the workshop.

TARGET GROUP
The target group for the event would be stakeholders involved in the development and implementation of Smart Specialisation Strategies (RIS3).