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A Dialogical Approach to increase " Matching " Efficiency before Collaborative Business Model Processes

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  • Jérémie Faham

    () (ESTIA Recherche - Ecole Supérieure des Technologies Industrielles Avancées (ESTIA), IMS - Laboratoire de l'intégration, du matériau au système - Université Sciences et Technologies - Bordeaux 1 - Institut Polytechnique de Bordeaux - CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique)

  • Maxime Daniel

    () (ESTIA Recherche - Ecole Supérieure des Technologies Industrielles Avancées (ESTIA), LaBRI - Laboratoire Bordelais de Recherche en Informatique - CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique - École Nationale Supérieure d'Électronique, Informatique et Radiocommunications de Bordeaux (ENSEIRB) - Université Sciences et Technologies - Bordeaux 1 - Université Bordeaux Segalen - Bordeaux 2)

  • Benjamin Tyl

    () (APESA Innovation - APESA Innovation - APESA)

  • Iban Lizarralde

    () (ESTIA Recherche - Ecole Supérieure des Technologies Industrielles Avancées (ESTIA))

  • Iñaki Garagorri

    () (Universidad de Deusto)

  • Jérémy Legardeur

    () (ESTIA Recherche - Ecole Supérieure des Technologies Industrielles Avancées (ESTIA), IMS - Laboratoire de l'intégration, du matériau au système - Université Sciences et Technologies - Bordeaux 1 - Institut Polytechnique de Bordeaux - CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique)

Abstract

The 2014-2020 European Union cohesion policy settled the obligation to establish "Research and Innovation Strategies for the Smart Specialization" (RIS3) to build competitive advantages for each region. The originality of RIS3 is the "bottom-up" identification of regional priorities through the "Entrepreneurial Discovery" (ED) process which stresses the need to involve all the regional "entrepreneurs" (RE) - companies, research, consulting, public authorities etc. - into the design of territorial orientations. However there is a lack of recommendations to implement it into heterogeneous regions. The Collaborative Business Models (CBM) approach has probably a role to play within this process as a suitable strategic tool to set up regional "value networks". However, the preparatory stage of CBM and especially the identification and the matching processes among potential RE partners is often not addressed. This work is a proposition to answer this issue of matching in order to improve the CBM efficacy within RIS3.

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  • Jérémie Faham & Maxime Daniel & Benjamin Tyl & Iban Lizarralde & Iñaki Garagorri & Jérémy Legardeur, 2016. "A Dialogical Approach to increase " Matching " Efficiency before Collaborative Business Model Processes," Post-Print hal-01332579, HAL.
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    Matching; Collaborative Business Models; Profile Comprehension; Regional Entrepreneurs; Dialogical questionnaire; Entrepreneurial Discovery; RIS3; Innovation; Collaborative Platform; Smart Interface; Networking;
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