Knowledge loves company: successful models of cooperation by Hans-Joachim Gogl, Clemens Schedler

By Hans-Joachim Gogl, Clemens Schedler

Which kinds of corporation cooperation are open to cultural scientists and what can western universities and firms research from present techniques in jap Europe? utilizing vast interviews with winning managers, this publication is an in-depth look at unprecedented types of cooperation, using insights from 8 assorted eu businesses.

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LODE LAUWERS/IMEC: I don’t think any marriage will last long without arrangements as to how the couple wants to live together. For example, if I’m a good cook and you are a good handywoman, then I’ll do the cooking and you can take care of the practical things. But you have to have some kind of agreement – and that’s what we do here too. At the onset of every research project it is very important to us to remain independent and make sure none of the industrial partners dictate what we do. Afterwards, we meet with our partners and through attentive listening we try to find out exactly what they need.

Most of us here at IMEC started out as researchers. That’s why we had to learn how to decipher the messages our partners were sending us. And we did this by listening closely to what they said. In the end what it always comes down to are the results arrived at together. And despite limited resources and time we all want to achieve the best result possible for our partners. And if you fall short of that, you won’t be punished. You just have to reorganize . . ROGER DE KEERSMAECKER/IMEC: Over the years we have definitely undergone a change in thinking.

In practice there are never problems in this area. LODE LAUWERS/IMEC: We don’t expect the companies to share their intellectual property (IP) in the project. That is a very important element of our cooperation model. The joint research program is intended to operate as a self-sufficient unit. Here or there the participating companies will have to contribute their experiences and their knowledge, either informally or formally. Because just keeping your IP to yourself isn’t always productive. And sometimes you profit more if you share your experiences.

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