Crossing Sectors toReinvent Local GovernmentNovember 14, 2012Triple Helix WorkshopBuilding the Entrepreneurial University
The SPUR ModelCommunity   Disaster       Economic       GoodPlanning    Preparedness   Development    GovernmentHousing   ...
The SPUR ModelCommunity   Disaster       Economic       GoodPlanning    Preparedness   Development    GovernmentHousing   ...
Good Government• Efficiency• Effectiveness• Transparency• More about capacity  •   Operational  •   Financial  •   Service...
Reaching across sectors•   Constrained resources•   Structural deficits•   Unfunded liabilities•   Unsustainable services•...
What does this mean?• Public-private partnerships – a network of partners   • Pro bono networks   • Foundation partners   ...
Implications for universities?• Systems-based thinking• Experimentation• Cross-sector collaboration• Encourage entrepreneu...
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Triple helix overview 11 14-2012 Corey Marshall

  1. 1. Crossing Sectors toReinvent Local GovernmentNovember 14, 2012Triple Helix WorkshopBuilding the Entrepreneurial University
  2. 2. The SPUR ModelCommunity Disaster Economic GoodPlanning Preparedness Development GovernmentHousing Sustainable Regional Transportation Development Planning Research + Advocacy + Implementation
  3. 3. The SPUR ModelCommunity Disaster Economic GoodPlanning Preparedness Development GovernmentHousing Sustainable Regional Transportation Development Planning Research + Advocacy + Implementation
  4. 4. Good Government• Efficiency• Effectiveness• Transparency• More about capacity • Operational • Financial • Services • Human resources• And systems • Service providers • Strategic partners • Regulatory structures
  5. 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. 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. 7. Implications for universities?• Systems-based thinking• Experimentation• Cross-sector collaboration• Encourage entrepreneurs in public service• Multi-disciplinary training
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