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Presentation by Hank Kune on Future Centres of Europe

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  • 1. Paris, May 28-29, 2009 Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy The Future Center Experience: A View from the Work Floor Hank Kune Educore, Future Center Alliance
  • 2. Hank Kune: Intellectual Cafe Tokyo November 2008 Society is changing, the challenges are increasing…
  • 3. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy The future? • Flat world? • Hot world? • Fortress economies? Diminishing returns? • Emerging super economies? • China, India… • Looking in the right direction? • Tsunami? • Boiled frog? • Not invented here?
  • 4. Hank Kune: Intellectual Cafe Tokyo November 2008 There’s a lot of knowledge out there, lots of organizations are working on the problems…
  • 5. Hank Kune: Intellectual Cafe Tokyo November 2008
  • 6. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy
  • 7. Hank Kune: Intellectual Cafe Tokyo November 2008
  • 8. Hank Kune: Intellectual Cafe Tokyo November 2008 Future Centers
  • 9. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy What are Future Centers? • Highly participative working and thinking environments • Collaborative workplaces …where learning and insights …from past and future …and diverse perspectives are applied to solve real-world problems in the present
  • 10. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy Future Centers • Innovation engines to systematically and continuously explore, prepare for and actively design the future - return to the present to realize it • Facilitated collaborative working environments with physical, virtual, cognitive and emotional space • Support users and clients deal effectively with today’s challenges to achieve middle and long term goals and deliver sustainable solutions and results
  • 11. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy A Future Center • is an organizational, physical, methodological and virtual space. • It is a mental space, an affective space, and above all a people space. • It exists across time, moving between past, present and future • navigating knowledge and experiential pathways to achieve its objectives
  • 12. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy Future Centers add intelligence …Creative, visual, emotional, spatial intelligence… • Asking questions • Challenging assumptions • Not accepting easy answers • Letting go of habits • Working from multiple perspectives • Creating multiplier effects • Taking responsibility for actions and decisions
  • 13. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy Varieties of Future Centers • Public / Private • Sector Specific / Corporate Specific • Regional / Municipal • Permanent / Temporary • Large / Small • High tech / High touch
  • 14. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy They operate in various domains, for a range of purposes Public administration • Ministerial level in national government, in cities and in regions. • Government and semi-government agencies • Economic Affairs, Taxation, Transportation, Public Works and Water Management, Nature and the environment, Spatial Planning and Urban Renewal, Social Affairs and Employment, Pensions, Welfare system, and Education
  • 15. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy Private Sector Corporate and company-specific: • post, telecommunications, energy, consumer electronics, insurance and banking. A number of consultancy organisations – both large and small – operate their own Future Center-like initiatives on a commercial basis.
  • 16. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy A Common Focus • Places for facilitated, collaborative solution- seeking • Dealing with real people and real issues in organizations and society • Leveraging collective intelligence – and distributed intelligence – of relevant organizations, sectors and communities • Applying this intelligence to tackle specific organizational issues and societal challenges • With new ideas, new directions, and sustainable real-time answers to complex problems
  • 17. Hank Kune: Intellectual Cafe Tokyo November 2008
  • 18. Hank Kune: Intellectual Cafe Tokyo November 2008
  • 19. Hank Kune: Intellectual Cafe Tokyo November 2008
  • 20. Hank Kune: Intellectual Cafe Tokyo November 2008
  • 21. Hank Kune: Intellectual Cafe Tokyo November 2008
  • 22. Hank Kune: Intellectual Cafe Tokyo November 2008
  • 23. Hank Kune: Intellectual Cafe Tokyo November 2008
  • 24. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy The Country House Future Center for the national civl service the Netherlands:
  • 25. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy The Shipyard Future Center of the Dutch Tax & Customs Administration
  • 26. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy Academy SZW Ministry of Social Affairs & Employment, the Netherlands
  • 27. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy Studio BliQ Future Center for the city of Oss, the Netherlands
  • 28. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy Castle Groeneveld Countryseat for City and Countryside, Ministry of Agriculture, Nature & Food Quality, the Netherlands
  • 29. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy Dialogues House ABN-AMRO Bank, the Netherlands
  • 30. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy Momentum Regional Ideas House, Denmark
  • 31. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy Mindlab Future Center for 3 Ministries in Denmark: Economic & Business Affairs, Taxation, and Employment
  • 32. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy futurefocus Future Center for 3 ministries in the U.K: Department for Business, Enterprise & Regulatory Reform; Department for Universities, Innovation & Skills; the Department for Children, Schools & Families
  • 33. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy Royal Mail Innovation Lab U.K.
  • 34. FUTURE NEST made in Hong Kong 2009 Northern Light AICA
  • 35. KDI Future Center, Tokyo Paris, May 28-29, 2009 Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy
  • 36. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy
  • 37. Skandia Future Center The world´s first , 1996 Source: leif.edvinsson@unic.net
  • 38. Hank Kune: Intellectual Cafe Tokyo November 2008 OpenFutures European Commission Specific Support Action SIXTH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME 2006 - 2008
  • 39. Hank Kune: Intellectual Cafe Tokyo November 2008
  • 40. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy Building Blocks: What are Future Centers Made Of?
  • 41. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy Models Some Examples
  • 42. Cafe Tokyo November 2008 Some Examples Metaphors Ship / Shipyard Outlook post Idea pipeline Ship/Shipyard Lab / Incubator Joy Zone / Oasis Magnet Tornado Hub / Interchange
  • 43. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy Common practice • Meeting space for people and ideas • Diversity of stakeholders working together • Issues that matter to people • Explicit link between past-present-and-future • Combine dreaming, thinking and doing • Focus on concrete results • Examine the consequences of choices • Multigenerational perspectives
  • 44. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy Core competences of Future Centers • Developing people-friendly and “brain-friendly” working environments with optimal user- centricity • Developing and investigating future perspectives • Breaking through barriers of behavior and thinking • Prototyping product ideas and policy options • Engaging in multi-stakeholder dialogue which leads to action
  • 45. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy Functions of Future Centers in organizations • Innovation • Meeting and networking space • Future orientation • Knowledge creation – and utilization • Prototyping products and policies • Talent development • Education • Anchoring results
  • 46. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy 4 perspectives + 1 • Organizational • Physical • Technological • Methodological + • People
  • 47. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy Physical Perspective • How to design a space that catalyzes innovation • 16 factors to consider, including: – Building – Gateways – Layout – Materials – Senses
  • 48. Hank Kune: Intellectual Cafe Tokyo November 2008
  • 49. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy Technological Perspective How can technology multiply impact? • Web-based collaboration • Interactive knowledge repositories • Virtual worlds • Collaborative visualization • Idea pipelines • Social computing • And more…
  • 50. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy Methodological Perspective Methods & Tools for the 7-phase Futurizing Process Icebreaking/ Kick-off ID of needs/ Problems Data gathering Generating ideas Testing Communicat ion of results Prototypi ng
  • 51. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy Organizational Perspective • Vision and Mission • Positioning • Budgeting • Facilities • Products & Services • Performance management • Lifecycle • Renewal • Success Factors … and Blunders
  • 52. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy People The director Programme managers Facilitators Experts Front office: cultivators, hosts, etc Support staff Clients Participants Stakeholders End users
  • 53. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy Facilitation Facilitators play a key role in the success of activities • Challenge existing mind-sets and accepted wisdom • Bring fresh ideas to traditional and/or stuck situations • Set the tone of events • Can “take an opportunity forward” Diversity and professionalism are important
  • 54. Hank Kune: Intellectual Cafe Tokyo November 2008
  • 55. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy project website: www.open-futures.net
  • 56. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy LEF future center Rijkswaterstaat Future Center, Department of Public Works & Water Management, the Netherlands LEF
  • 57. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy 3000 m2 4 workshop spaces Multimedia theatre Capacity: 80 people
  • 58. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy LEF = Courage • Serves the entire organization (8500 people) • Road and water infrastructure: construction, networks, maintenance, safety, water quality • Achieving corporate goals, incl. core business, innovation, public orientation, human resources • 400 sessions per year • No meetings! • 7 fulltime account managers • 40+ on-call facilitators • 7-step work process • Measuring impact on the work floor • 1st Intellectual Capital Report: 2009
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  • 61. The Country House working for the national government in the Netherlands Paris, May 28-29, 2009 Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy
  • 62. Paris, May 28-29, 2009 Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy
  • 63. Paris, May 28-29, 2009 Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy
  • 64. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy The Road Ahead • Cooperation in communities • Sharing knowledge and tools, methods, lessons learned • Joint projects across borders • Assessing impact on the work floor • IC reporting • FC 3.0 • Future Centers in Asia, Latin America, Africa • Society as a Future Center
  • 65. 3rd International Future Centre Summit Paris, May 28-29, 2009 Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy Focus:societal innovation and entrepreneurship Stockholm, Sweden: May 14 – 16, 2009 Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communication Swedish Knowledge Foundation
  • 66. Collective Repository of Ideas Paris, May 28-29, 2009 Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy
  • 67. Paris, May 28-29, 2009 Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy
  • 68. Quizzics from the Summit • What are appropriate time horizons for Future centers? • What will the “fuel” for the next economy be? • What are the metaphors that channel our thinking about society, energy and the future? • How to help cross-organizational collaboration in public sector organizations? • How to change the mindset of decision makers (embrace the future, not the past)? • How Future Centers can support international collaboration on societal issues? Paris, May 28-29, 2009 Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy
  • 69. Paris, May 28-29, 2009 Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy
  • 70. Social Renewal based on Social innovations, Societal Entrepreneurship, Futurizing , Volunteers and Virtual Collective Commons. KIZ - Knowledge Innovation Zone KIZ: Knowledge Innovation Zone A bridge between local society and global opportunities. Source: C. Vargacs, D. Amidon L.Edvinsson, et al et al KIZ - Knowledge Innovation Zone Intelligent K-Regions
  • 71. Paris, May 28-29, 2009 Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy REPUBLICS OF TOMORROW • All around the world there cities and regions pursuing sustainable futures. Their goal is improving the quality of life for their citizens through societal innovation. They are the REPUBLICS OF TOMORROW. • They work – or in the future will work – through linked Future Centers. • Republics of Tomorrow are entrepreneurial societies that recognize the value of cross-border collaboration and networked knowledge creation/application • Their focus is both inward – towards their own citizens – and outward to the wider world.
  • 72. Hank Kune: Intellectual Cafe Tokyo November 2008
  • 73. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy Major Challenges of the 21st century • Global heating • Mental cooling • Credit crisis • Demographics  aging populations …… The indicators were all there 20 years ago • We didn’t recognize them…or else • We didn’t act on them • Did we ask the right questions?
  • 74. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy So, you can ask questions If today is the answer to the questions we were asking yesterday, what questions should we be asking now?
  • 75. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy If the future is a moving target… …shouldn’t we be moving with it
  • 76. Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy