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How DBE deployment supports the main Regional Development Policies and the Strategic Priorities of the Regional Development Plan?. DBE is a model for local development. DBE platform implementation and spread in a regional context favor positive development in terms of: knowledge sharing;

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Dbe is a model for local development

How DBE deployment supports the main Regional Development Policies and the Strategic Priorities of the Regional Development Plan?


Dbe is a model for local development

DBE is a model for local development

  • DBE platform implementation and spread in a regional context favor positive development in terms of:

    • knowledge sharing;

    • creating collaboration processes;

    • increasing entrepreneurship.

ICT and OS are the key levers

  • In DBE

  • knowledge is created and spread in a collective way;

  • knowledgeprovides inputs for innovation;

  • knowledgeimproves system adaptability to market changes.

Thanks to DBE features, everyone could act as innovator or could provide innovative ideas.

  • In DBE, innovative ideas can lead to:

  • competitive advantages for existing firms;

  • business opportunity for new firm birth.


Dbe is a model for local development

As we have seen, is it possible to identify some DBEPILLARS

A DBE implementation could lead to:

Higher flexibility and specialisation

Entrepreneurship

Development of new advanced services (online)

Open Knowledge

Integration between markets

Incentives to entrepreneurship

High competitiveness

for SMEs

Cooperation

High cooperation

Higher knowledge sharing

ICT & Open Source

An ICT sector boosted

Higher adoption and diffusion rates of ICTs


Dbe is a model for local development

MAIN EFFECTS OF THE DBE MODEL ON REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT [1/4]

Higher flexibility and specialisation

Development of new advanced services (online)

In the new organisational model, it is more possible and profitable for SMEs to drive innovation as the vertical disintegration allows to reduce the minimum efficiency scale.

Integration between markets

Incentives to entrepreneurship

  • Variety in entrepreneurial fabric allows greater competitiveness within SMEs that can benefit by sharing knowledge with:

  • businesses from different sectors (inter-industrial technological transfer);

  • businesses of different sizes (larger firms tend to develop knowledge through R&D, whereas smaller ones tend to have implicit knowledge).

High competitiveness

for SMEs

High cooperation

Higher knowledge sharing

An ICT sector boosted

ICT higher adoption and diffusion rates


Dbe is a model for local development

MAIN EFFECTS OF THE DBE MODEL ON REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT [2/4]

Higher flexibility and specialisation

The new entrepreneurial system favours the arrival, within its ranks, of “new know-how and innovative capabilities”, thanks to new economic actors (new firms favoured by wider availability of knowledge, innovative ideas and tools for financing business).

Development of new advanced services (online)

Integration between markets

Incentives to entrepreneurship

High competitiveness

for SMEs

The new entrepreneurial system favours the local business internationalisation and opening up towards foreign markets, thanks to increased exposure to multinational enterprises (made easier by the region’s increased attractiveness).

High cooperation

Higher knowledge sharing

An ICT sector boosted

ICT higher adoption and diffusion rates


Dbe is a model for local development

MAIN EFFECTS OF THE DBE MODEL ON REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT [3/4]

Higher flexibility and specialisation

Development of new advanced services (online)

The new cooperation conditions between regional actors facilitate knowledge transfer from universities and R&D towards business.

Integration between markets

Incentives to entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurial opportunities within the industrial fabric favour structural changes in the economic system and development of new high-tech and innovative sectors.

High competitiveness

for SMEs

High cooperation

Higher knowledge sharing

An ICT sector boosted

ICT higher adoption and diffusion rates


Dbe is a model for local development

MAIN EFFECTS OF THE DBE MODEL ON REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT [4/4]

Higher flexibility and specialisation

The new knowledge market favours the Knowledge Intensive Business Service (KIBS) establishment. These enterprises act as mediators between generic knowledge creators and users. These businesses optimize knowledge management and increase work force qualifications and skills.

Development of new advanced services (online)

Integration between markets

Incentives to entrepreneurship

High competitiveness

for SMEs

  • Larger ICT use makes the system more efficient, because it improves:

  • business efficiency and competitiveness, thanks to improved business and trade relations management;

  • communication and cooperation between users;

  • access to knowledge and creation of a shared knowledge heritage.

High cooperation

Higher knowledge sharing

An ICT sector boosted

ICT higher adoption and diffusion rates


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