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Triple helix overview 11 14-2012 Corey Marshall Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Crossing Sectors toReinvent Local GovernmentNovember 14, 2012Triple Helix WorkshopBuilding the Entrepreneurial University
  • 2. The SPUR ModelCommunity Disaster Economic GoodPlanning Preparedness Development GovernmentHousing Sustainable Regional Transportation Development Planning Research + Advocacy + Implementation
  • 3. The SPUR ModelCommunity Disaster Economic GoodPlanning Preparedness Development GovernmentHousing Sustainable Regional Transportation Development Planning Research + Advocacy + Implementation
  • 4. Good Government• Efficiency• Effectiveness• Transparency• More about capacity • Operational • Financial • Services • Human resources• And systems • Service providers • Strategic partners • Regulatory structures
  • 5. Reaching across sectors• Constrained resources• Structural deficits• Unfunded liabilities• Unsustainable services• Legacy systems and processes• Have to devise new ways to provide services • Service providers • Strategic partners • Self-service solutions • New service models
  • 6. What does this mean?• Public-private partnerships – a network of partners • Pro bono networks • Foundation partners • Placements and training programs• New funding models• Technology can help, but isn’t the answer • Self-service solutions • Open data • Subject matter networks• Community-based systems• Experimentation• Innovation is needed at every level, but will encounter many forms of resistance
  • 7. Implications for universities?• Systems-based thinking• Experimentation• Cross-sector collaboration• Encourage entrepreneurs in public service• Multi-disciplinary training