On June 19th 2020 team of experts from Klaipėda State College completed and validated the Knowledge Management Model in the Health Technology and Biotechnology Open Innovation Ecosystem in the 4th co-creational workshop with the participation of government, science, business and society representatives.
Since November 2019, by taking part in a total of 4 co-creational workshops, participants helped experts to develop a universal tool to manage the innovation cycle in the open innovation ecosystem.
The purpose of the knowledge management model is to manage the whole cycle of the innovation process at national level, involving all regions, central and local authorities, business and science organizations (state-organization-individual), open to all, transforming knowledge into products with high growth potential in the market. The model responds to the smart specialization of health technologies and biotechnologies, but can be applied more universally and more widely.
The event was broadcast on the Facebook account of Klaipeda State College.
The knowledge management model is an intermediate stage and result of the implementation of the project “Supporting Smart Specialization Approach in Silver Economy for Increasing Regional Innovation Capacity and Sustainable Growth (OSIRIS)” (OSIRIS, No. # R080) funded by the Interreg Baltic Sea Program 2014-2020, in which Klaipėda State the college participates as a partner. More about the project – on the project website.