E3S Web Conf.
Volume 208, 2020First Conference on Sustainable Development: Industrial Future of Territories (IFT 2020)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Section||Management of Sustainable Development of Territories|
|Published online||24 November 2020|
Method for managing the implementation of innovations within regional scientific and industrial complexes based on a differentiated approach depending on the degree of their completion
Smolensk branch of the National Research University «MPEI», Engineering Str., 1, 214013 Smolensk, Russia
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The development of information and communication technologies, socio-economic systems subjects specialization, high risk of innovation, large costs of all stages for one subject, determine the need to combine the efforts of individual socio-economic subjects of the regions in the framework of cooperation and joint implementation of innovative projects. Accounting the current level of innovative development and technological support to the production regions, we can conclude about the need to develop their own technological base, scientific and industrial ties between the separate entities in the region, and between regions, as well as the efforts to strengthen the international ties in order to exploit advanced international developments and practices. The existing personnel, material, technical and information reserve of the Russian regions can be realized through closer cooperation of industrial enterprises and research organizations of the region by forming stable links for interaction and exchange of experience and knowledge between research and industrial enterprises, which will serve as a basis for catalyzing the development of innovative processes in the region and thereby strengthening their competitiveness. The article describes the proposed method for managing the implementation of open innovation ideas and proposals within regional scientific and industrial complexes, based on a differentiated approach to innovation management, depending on the degree of their completion.
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