5 Red Lake, Canada Early 2000, the very beginning of contemporary collaborative innovation.We are going first to Red Lake, in Ontario.We are at the beginning of this century, the very beginning of contemporary collaborative innovation ….
6 A GoldMine seemed destined for closure Red Lake, CanadaRob McEwenMarch 2000, Rob McEwen (CEO) launched The Goldcorp Challenge with US$ 575,000 in prize money.A GoldMine seemed destined for closureThe Red Lake Mine, an historic goldmine, was about to fail.Gold was more and more difficult to find.Without evidence of substantial new gold deposits, the mine seemed destined for closure.Rob McEwen, the CEO of Goldcorp impressed by the open source phenomenon, imagine a different approach at the opposite of the tradition and the values of Mining.In March 2000, the "Goldcorp Challenge" was launched with a total of $575,000 in prize money available to participants with the best methods and estimates.
7 Red Lake, CanadaThe company posted its proprietary mining data on a website and asked the world to help it find its next six million ounces of gold at its Red Lake Mine.Rob McEwenScientistsEngineersGeologistsGraduatestudentsExpertsCustomersMathematiciansPartnersProfessionalsSpecialistsEvery scrap of information (some four hundred megabytes worth) about the 55,000-acre property was revealed on Goldcorp's Web site.News of the contest spread quickly around the Internet, as more than one thousand virtual prospectors from fifty countries got busy crunching the data.Within weeks, submissions from around the world came flooding in to Goldcorp headquarters.As expected, geologists got involved. But entries came from surprising sources, including graduate students, consultants, mathematicians, and military officers, all seeking a piece of the action. "We had applied math, advanced physics, intelligent systems, computer graphics, and organic solutions to inorganic problems.
8 $ 300 m$ 100 m20002009$ 9 billion"When I saw the computer graphics I almost fell out of my chair." The contestants had identified 110 targets on the Red Lake property, 50 percent of which had not been previously identified by the company. Over 80 percent of the new targets yielded substantial quantities of gold.Rob McEwen“There were capabilities I had never seen before in the industry," says McEwen. "When I saw the computer graphics I almost fell out of my chair." The contestants had identified 110 targets on the Red Lake property, 50 percent of which had not been previously identified by the company. Over 80 percent of the new targets yielded substantial quantities of gold. In fact, since the challenge was initiated an astounding eight million ounces of gold have been found. McEwen estimates the collaborative process shaved two to three years off their exploration time.Rob McEwen led Goldcorp from $100 million to $9 billion in revenue in just a short time. People from around the world discovered drilling targets that Goldcorp had never thought existed.
14 Résultats … L’open innovation … As a result, R&D productivity has since risen 60% and over 50% of all new products commercialized have been developed externally for a part.As a result, R&D productivity has since risen 60% and over 50% of all new products commercialized have been developed externally for a part.
15 50% of new products results for a part of an external cooperation. L’open innovationRésultats …Internal innovation success rates have doubled, total sales have grown 90% from 2002 to 2007,R&D Budget3,5%4,5%50% of new products results for a part of an external cooperation.3,5% R&D budget / Turn Over200715% of new products results for a part of an external cooperation.4,5% R&D budget / Turn Over2000Internal innovation success rates have doubled, total sales has grown 90% from 2002 to 2007, and their stock price has doubled since 2000.The part of R&D in the turn over reduce in percentage from 4.5% to 3.5% !
25 Stratégie d’écosystème Créer les conditions par le sens La singularité du projet de Marque motive, mobilise les acteursà entrer en intelligence collaborativeMarqueEntrepriseAssociationsLeaders d’opinionLaboratoiresUniversitésInstitutionsOrganismesde contrôleSingularitéSous-traitantsPrescripteursUtilisateursSous-traitantsSous-traitants + persosCollaborationFournisseursEntrepriseDistributeursEntrepriseCommunautésscientifiquesServicesPartenairesPME innovantes
33 Lancement en septembre 2011 Le management collaboratifpar les pratiques collaborativesLe catalogue complet(70 pages)10 programmes13 praticiens48 sessions de formationIn Principo est un organisme de formation reconnu par l’Etat,déclaré auprès de la préfecture de la région Ile de France sous le N°L’Université Collaborative est une marque déposée de la société In Principo