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Stuttgart Workshop on Benchmarking ( Thursday, 6/6/02, and Friday, 7/6/02)

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  1. Stuttgart Workshop on Benchmarking (Thursday, 6/6/02, and Friday, 7/6/02) Peter S. Niess Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum

  2. Stuttgart Benchmarking-WorkshopDraft Programme - Thursday Morning, 6/6/02 08:30 Registration 09:30 Opening Session (Vortragssaal) Welcome Address (Dr. Rogg, WRS Stuttgart/Dr. Schuster, Mayor of Stuttgart Prof. Dimitris Milossis, VERITE Network 10:00 Innovating Regions: Concepts, Projects and Results Dr. Busch, DG Enterprise, European Commission – Paper 1 10:30 Coffee Break 11:00 Benchmarking: Theory, State-of-the-Art, Impact on the Economy of the Regions - Paper 2, Key Note Speaker 1, Paper 3 and 4 12:30 Lunch Break

  3. Stuttgart Benchmarking-WorkshopDraft Programme - Thursday Afternoon, 6/6/02 14:00 Afternoon Session (Vortragssal) Benchmarking: Best Practices of the Regions (Vortragssaal) Paper 5: Prof. Milossis, Paper 6 and 7 15:30 Coffee Break 16:00 Workshop Sessions Workshop A (Vortragssaal): Internal Company Benchmarking Chairperson A - Paper 8 and 9 Workshop B (Raum Karlsruhe): External Company Benchmarking Chairperson B - Paper 10 and 11 Workshop C (Raum Mannheim): Benchmarking of Communities and Regions Chairperson C - Paper 12 and 13 18:00 End of Workshop Sessions (19:00 Dinner Reception)

  4. Stuttgart Benchmarking WorkshopDraft Programm - Friday Morning 7/6/02 09:00 Morning Session (Vortragssaal) The Future of Benchmarking: Trends and New Concepts Key Note Speaker 3 – Paper 14 09:45 Coffee Break 09:30 Workshop Sessions Workshop D (Vortragssaal): One-to-one Company Benchmarking Chairperson D - Paper 15 and 16 Workshop E (Raum Karlsruhe): IT Platform for Company Benchmarking Chairperson E - Paper 17 and 18 Workshop F (Raum Mannheim): Benchmarking of Administrations Chairperson F - Paper 19 and 20 12:00 Lunch Break 13:00 Feedback from the Workshops (Chairpersons A-F) 14:00 End of Meeting

  5. Workshop Participants/ Target Groups • VERITE Partners (20) • Innovating Regions Network Network (30) • Regional Administrations, Regional and Local Development Agencies, Technology Centers (30) • External Speakers (10) • Managers from Companies (?)

  6. Stuttgart Workshop on BenchmarkingDefinition of Key Note Themes and Speakers Suggested Key Notes (Dr. Busch, Prof. Milossis - 4 more Speakers requested) • Innovating Regions: Concepts, Projects and Results (Dr. Busch) • Innovating Regions: Concepts, Projects and Results (N.N.) • Benchmarking: Theory, State-of-the-Art, Impact on the Economy of the Regions (N.N.) • Benchmarking: Best Practices of the Regions (Prof. Milossis) • The Future of Benchmarking: Trends and New Concepts (N.N.)

  7. Stuttgart Workshop on BenchmarkingDefinition of Workshop Themes, Chairpersons and Speakers Suggested Workshops (6 Chairpersons and 12 speakers requested) • A: Internal Company Benchmarking (Chair + 2 Speakers) • B: External Company Benchmarking (Chair + 2 Speakers) • C: Benchmark. of Communities and Regions (Chair + 2 Speakers) • D: One-to-One Company Benchmarking (Chair + 2 Speakers) • E: IT Platform for Company Benchmarking (Chair + 2 Speakers) • F: Benchmarking of Administrations (Chair + 2 Speakers)

  8. Other decisions to be made Programme • Final Title of the event • Committee for the selection of papers • Dinner party/come together (possible sponsors?) Marketing • Flyers and posters requested by the partners (calculated: 2,000/40) • Deadline for flyers and posters • Design of flyers and posters, use of logos... • Marketing efforts by the partners (announcement of the event in newsletter, website, mailing/calling actions...)