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Partnerships with Impact in Higher Education Wayne Johnson Vice-President of University Relations Worldwide Hewlett-Packard Partnerships with Impact in Higher Education Wayne Johnson Vice-President of University Relations Worldwide Hewlett-Packard Company World Bank Forum February 13, 2007

Agenda • Models for Public Private Partnership in Higher Education • Perspectives that Matter Agenda • Models for Public Private Partnership in Higher Education • Perspectives that Matter • HP’s Response from University Relations • Thoughts for Consideration

Models that Work Enlightened Self-Interest Think Globally, Academia Industry le ng Development Banks ria Models that Work Enlightened Self-Interest Think Globally, Academia Industry le ng Development Banks ria s T to’ ba Sa Act Locally Government National System of Innovation Think Locally, Act Globally

Perspectives that Matter ~ The State of the World ~ ~ Who We Are Perspectives that Matter ~ The State of the World ~ ~ Who We Are ~ ~ The State of Business ~

Perspectives that Matter ~ The State of the World ~ ~ Who We Are Perspectives that Matter ~ The State of the World ~ ~ Who We Are ~ ~ The State of Business ~

Who We Are Who We Are

Who We Are • HP Represents the Realization of Sabato’s Triangle • A Culture Who We Are • HP Represents the Realization of Sabato’s Triangle • A Culture of Change, Planning, and Investment • Values of Social Improvement and the Greater Good

Perspectives that Matter ~ The State of the World ~ ~ Who We Are Perspectives that Matter ~ The State of the World ~ ~ Who We Are ~ ~ The State of Business ~

The State of the World • Standards of Living Globalization is here to stay, The State of the World • Standards of Living Globalization is here to stay, Driving Changes of Equilibrium in… • Economic Performance

Taiwan HSIP Growth of Companies 350 312 289 300 292 272 250 245 200 Taiwan HSIP Growth of Companies 350 312 289 300 292 272 250 245 200 150 100 50 17 0 26 37 44 50 59 77 94 105 137 121 165 203 180 140 ’ 81 ’ 82 ’ 83 ’ 84 ’ 85 ’ 86 ’ 87 ’ 88 ’ 89 ’ 90 ’ 91 ’ 92 ’ 93 ’ 94 ’ 95 ’ 96 ’ 97 ’ 98 ’ 99 ’ 00 ’ 01

No. of Companies Singapore Science Park Growth of Companies No. of Companies Singapore Science Park Growth of Companies

The State of the World • Standards of Living Globalization is here to stay, The State of the World • Standards of Living Globalization is here to stay, Driving Changes of Equilibrium in… • Economic Performance • Educational Success

Intellectual Power Engineering Graduates (2004) Region/Location Number of Engineering Graduates China 300, 000 India Intellectual Power Engineering Graduates (2004) Region/Location Number of Engineering Graduates China 300, 000 India 200, 000 Japan 104, 478 Russia 82, 409 United States 59, 536 South Korea 56, 508 Taiwan 26, 587 Mexico 24, 184 Germany 23, 196 Brazil 18, 072 Romania 6, 632 Source: NRC Science and Engineering Indicators - 2004 Worldwide Intellectual Equilibrium is Changing

The State of the World • Standards of Living Globalization is here to stay, The State of the World • Standards of Living Globalization is here to stay, Driving Changes of Equilibrium in… • Economic Performance • Educational Success … vs. the US…

Perspectives that Matter ~ The State of the World ~ ~ Who We Are Perspectives that Matter ~ The State of the World ~ ~ Who We Are ~ ~ The State of Business ~

The State of Business • Downsizing • Rightsizing • Rebalancing • Offshoring • Onshoring The State of Business • Downsizing • Rightsizing • Rebalancing • Offshoring • Onshoring • Outsourcing • Insourcing • Resources… Unrelenting Change

Business Strategies US jobs are fleeing overseas. . . United States GDP per capita Business Strategies US jobs are fleeing overseas. . . United States GDP per capita $35, 060 Unemployment rate 5. 8% Labor force 141. 8 million Population below the poverty line 13% Typical salary for a programmer $70, 000 … Top 5 US Employers in India Sh ing are Offshor ho lde urcing tso V u r O ailng c ue our … -s India GDP per capita $480 Unemployment rate 8. 8% Labor force 406 million Population below the poverty line 25% Typical salary for a programmer $8, 000 In General Electric 17, 800 employees Hewlett-Packard 11, 000 employees IBM 6, 000 employees American Express 4, 000 employees Dell 3, 800 employees Source: Wired Magazine Feb 2004

University Relations Mission To deliver talent, technology and sales opportunities to HP by fostering University Relations Mission To deliver talent, technology and sales opportunities to HP by fostering university relationships worldwide that integrate investments in research, recruiting, philanthropy and public advocacy.

The Knowledge Process of the Future New Knowledge New Talent Knowledge Generation • Joint The Knowledge Process of the Future New Knowledge New Talent Knowledge Generation • Joint Research • Customer Solutions • New knowledge • Knowledge Application • Best Practices • Customer Needs • Customer Feedback Knowledge Transfer Academia New Knowledge To Satisfy Society Competence & Ability to Learn Industry Knowledge Generation Knowledge Transfer • Integrated Enterprises • Integrated Product/Process Dev • Learning Organizations • Enterprise-Wide Supply Chains Source: Knowledge Supply Chains; A Next-Generation Manufacturing Project • Faculty • New Talent • Curriculum • Stakeholder Needs • Talent Specification • Industrial Teacher

UR Foci UR Foci

Technology Engagement A primary aim of UR Technology Programs is to facilitate HP R&D Technology Engagement A primary aim of UR Technology Programs is to facilitate HP R&D with universities and public research institutes. • Digital Publishing • Next-Generation Data Center • Business Intelligence • Content and Media Management • Mobility • Security Developing an adaptive infrastructure China. Grid review meeting Kurchatov Institute dedication

Key HP Labs strategies Re-inventing the Economics of IT Adaptive Enterprise, Grid, Linux Printing Key HP Labs strategies Re-inventing the Economics of IT Adaptive Enterprise, Grid, Linux Printing & Imaging growth Digital Printing and Publishing, Digital Imaging Digital Entertainment Distributed media devices, Consumer experience, Business models Industry Solutions Mobility and Rich Media, Wellness, Sensors, Security Technologies for Service Delivery productivity, HP business process improvement Disruptive/Emerging Devices, Software, Markets

Community Building Communities formed by UR programs build intellectual capital and advance HP market Community Building Communities formed by UR programs build intellectual capital and advance HP market position. • Digital Publishing • Planet. Lab • Tablet PCs in Education • DSpace • Gelato Federation (Linux on Itanium) Gelato membership in early 2006 Conference on Tablet PCs University community on digital publishing

Gelato Membership ~35, 000 Itanium processors at member locations U Copenhagen U Tromso KTH Gelato Membership ~35, 000 Itanium processors at member locations U Copenhagen U Tromso KTH Karlsruhe SSC LRZ U Manchester UIUC CERN, CSCS NCSA U Bristol UW RAS Purdue PNNL NCAR ESIEE, CEA UC Berkeley, LLNL, INRIA NASA Ames PSC U Carlos III HP, Intel, SGI OSC (sponsors) SPACI U Sarajevo GA Tech UT U Split BP (sponsor) SDSC U of Houston UPRM RICE ITESM Tsinghua U Peking U, ICT NPU HUST NDUT SCUT BMD Osaka U U Tokyo, RIKEN GSC Fudan U Zhejiang U ASCC BII, IHPC, NGO UFCG PUC-Rio, UFRJ PUCRS U Chile UNSW APAC U Buenos Aires www. gelato. org

Campus Relations UR campus relationships are an interface between HP and higher education on Campus Relations UR campus relationships are an interface between HP and higher education on topics critical to our interests. • University Partnerships Worldwide Dr. Eduardo Moreno of the University of Chile SJSU students with HP products Queens University, Belfast

The Partnership Continuum Levels of Engagement Activities Strategic Partner • Executive Sponsorship 3, 6 The Partnership Continuum Levels of Engagement Activities Strategic Partner • Executive Sponsorship 3, 6 • Joint Partnership 3, 5, 6 Sponsorship • University Initiative Sponsorship 3 Support • Student Consultant 4 Involvement • Hardware Grants 3, 5 • Undergraduate Research Program Support 3 • Guest Speaking/Lectures 4 Traditional Engagement Phase Three • Business Development 2, 5 KEY 1 • Recruiting 2 • Education Sales 3 • UR Account Managers 4 • UR Programs 5 • UR Research 6 • Other (Philanthropy, Alumni, Executive) • Philanthropic Support 6 Phase Two • Major Gifts 3, 5, 6 • Graduate Fellowships 5 • Collaborative Research • Curriculum Dev/ABET Program Report 5, 3 Awareness • Industry Affiliates/ Support & Fundraising 3 • Outreach Programs 6 3 • Career Fairs 1 Advisory Program • Workshops/Seminars 4 • Support for Proposals for • Research Grants 3 • Interviews 1 • Support Contract 3 Education (NSF, NASA, etc. ) 3, 5 • EDU Account 2 • Internship/Co-op • Student Organizations • Software Grants 3 Sponsorships 3 • BETA Programs 3 Phase One • State Education Lobbying 3 Phase Four Phase Five Holistic Engagement

Thought Leadership UR brings together industry, government and academia to improve collaboration and knowledge Thought Leadership UR brings together industry, government and academia to improve collaboration and knowledge transfer. • National Academies • Glion Colloquium • World Summit on the Information Society • Bay Area Science and Innovation Consortium • Engineering for the Americas New approaches for research collaboration Partnering for the knowledge society Conference on distance learning

World Bank – The Four Pillars of The Knowledge Economy • Education & Training World Bank – The Four Pillars of The Knowledge Economy • Education & Training • Information Infrastructure • Economic Incentive & Institutional Regime • Innovation Systems An educated and skilled population is needed to create, share and use knowledge. A dynamic information infrastructure-ranging from radio to the internet-is required to facilitate the effective communication, dissemination and processing of information. A regulatory and economic environment that enables the free flow of knowledge, supports investment in Information and Communications Technology (ICT), and encourages entrepreneurship is central to the knowledge economy. A network of research centers, universities, think tanks, private enterprises and community groups is necessary to tap into the growing stock of global knowledge, assimilate and adapt it to local needs, and create new knowledge.

Engineering for the Americas Developing countries will likely remain mired in poverty unless they Engineering for the Americas Developing countries will likely remain mired in poverty unless they can do what developed countries have done to achieve sustainable growth: incorporate science, technology and innovation into their economic strategies. UN Millenium Project Taskforce on Science & Technology and Innovation, 2005

Eft. A Mission • Build capacity of engineering talent in order to improve hemispheric Eft. A Mission • Build capacity of engineering talent in order to improve hemispheric competitiveness • Contribute to creating holistic, entrepreneurial skills needed to face the multidimensional challenges of the global economy • Enable mobility of both people and work • Foster effective partnership between industry, government, academia, professional associations, and others to advance engineering capacity, quality and integration throughout the Americas

Engineering for the Americas A Comprehensive Partnership • The Organization of American States (OAS) Engineering for the Americas A Comprehensive Partnership • The Organization of American States (OAS) • The U. S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) • The World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO); Panamerican Union of Engineering Associations (UPADI), American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) • Inter American Development Bank (IDB) • Societies and Associations: LACCEI, ASIBEI, ISTEC, IEEE • Accreditation Agencies: ABET, CEAB, CASAI • University Experts from across the Americas • Industry Asibei

Engineering Africa! Engineering Africa!

Stakeholder Analysis • Emergent professional academic association leadership insufficent to convene stakeholders (AEEA, NES, Stakeholder Analysis • Emergent professional academic association leadership insufficent to convene stakeholders (AEEA, NES, WFEO CCB Africa) – Fractured: black/white, personality & agendas; and national lines – Not consistently top tier academically • Opportunity for government, corporate & multilateral convening power to convene and build emergent academic leadership

Some Thoughts to Take Home… • Industry Exists to Serve Shareholders − So shareholders Some Thoughts to Take Home… • Industry Exists to Serve Shareholders − So shareholders must hold industry accountable • There are Truly Global Problems to Solve − Water, Energy, Health, Agriculture, Biodiversity • Engineers are Critical to Solving All Problems − Must be seen as a critical national resource • Public Policy Directs Society’s Investments − Advancing Public Private Partnership is key to sustainable results • Public Advocacy is Needed − Around educational excellence and national competitiveness ”It’s time to panic!” Rick Rashid, Microsoft Research, CRA Conference, June 2006

Some Thoughts to Take Home… Invention, Creativity, Innovation… … that’s what the future’s about. Some Thoughts to Take Home… Invention, Creativity, Innovation… … that’s what the future’s about.

Thank You wayne. johnson@hp. com Thank You wayne. [email protected] com

December 14, 2004 HP University Relations December 14, 2004 HP University Relations