Présentation d'une étude fonctionnelle de diverses formes d'Intelligences Territoriales mises en oeuvre par les pôles de compétitivité
The cluster of competitiveness policy is a part of European sustain to competitiveness. They are structures for networking regional knowledge and competences towards international competitiveness goal. In this paper, we present a study of Territorial Intelligence (IT) services proposed by French or Walloon clusters. At first, we briefly recall the history of clusters of competitiveness and of their evaluations. This is follow by our investigation approach and an highlight of various IT services intended by the clusters for their members. Among these services, we cite for example: watch and benchmarking, prospective, creativity group animation, or putting in place of data exchange platform. This study shows that clusters of competitiveness are now implementing an Economic Intelligence (IE) policy. This allows to identify a possible correlation between the number of project labelled by a cluster and the number of IT services proposed by it. Finally, we observe that clusters of competitiveness developed for world market propose more services to help to business plan elaboration or financing research than national counterparts who are more concerned with quality management.
|Date of creation:||02 Mar 2009|
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|Publication status:||Published in University of Liege. International Conference on Regional Competitiveness clusters and economic development, Mar 2009, Liège, Belgique. HEC Management School, 1, pp.1-20, 2009|
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