BODDY13 - Workshop 5: Katalin Gallyas

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  • ----- Notulen (4/24/12 13:24) ----- Economische effect, DIVV,
  • BODDY13 - Workshop 5: Katalin Gallyas

    1. 1. Open Innovation, Crowdsourcing: new way of city innovation Katalin Gallyas Open Innovation Policy Advisor- @KatalinG
    2. 2. 1. Global CityTrends
    3. 3. This how we like to work
    4. 4. This is how cities are working
    5. 5. Tech Gap? City • Cities are more then ever multilayered, challenged by budget cuts, stagnation urban construction projects • Old procurement structures (vendor lock) • General risk averse Citizens • 24 hours connected • Changing needs: craving for immediate feed-back from city • Want to leverage on the rapid development of Internet tech and social media
    6. 6. …cities are incredibly challenged • Are reaching their limits for finding new solutions, generate new projects • Citizens wants more transparency, innovation • “Cognitive Surplus’ of the crowd to collaborate on urban solutions is still untapped
    7. 7. Trends that will transform city governance ….
    8. 8. 1.City = Interface
    9. 9. 2. Platformism
    10. 10. 3. P2P markets
    11. 11. How can City Governance address the tech gap, while enhancing transparency and fostering innovation?
    12. 12. • Open Innovation we can tackle some of the urban challenges and shorten up innovation incubation time • With Open DATA • With Crowdsourcing • With Urban Challenges • With Crowdfunding • With Social Innovation
    13. 13. http://digitaldublin.ie/openinnovation/
    14. 14. 2. Open Innovation Ecosystem & Policy Wheel
    15. 15. Open Innovation Urban Labs Grassroot Innovation Working with challlenges, incentives Crowdsourcing Hackathons- Engaging App Industry Open Data Program – Release of Data (API’s) Activities Working with commons Gov Business Crowdfunding
    16. 16. Amsterdam Open Innovation Team • Local Enablers (ICT / Economic Affairs) • 5 employees, part time involved • Agile • No structural local resources allocated • 3 years evolution process (2010-1013)
    17. 17. Knowledge institutes sdfDeveloper hubs sdf Accelerators Innovation labs
    18. 18. 3. Demonstrator Projects
    19. 19. Our Fellows 1. EU project:
    20. 20. Civic Apps 1. EU project:
    21. 21. www.openinnovatie.net Crowdsourcing Platform in AMS: www.amsterdamopent.nl 2. EU project:
    22. 22. www.openinnovatie.net Crowdsourcing Platform in AMS: www.amsterdamopent.nl Open Data Platform (SCAN)
    23. 23. Crowdsourcing Platform via www.opencities.net EU Challenge
    24. 24. 4. How to crowdsource policy?
    25. 25. Crowdsourcing
    26. 26. Crowdsourcing ingredients Community Platform, Tech Political commitment for implementation Incentives Social Media activation Events Mediation
    27. 27. Learning's so far • Choose a politically less risky question • Engage local leadership to commit on high level- kick off • Use incentives that are tailor made to the target group • As a government be not anonymous but use avatars, names • Comment on each idea’s • Reward the best contributors weekly • Keep platform with social media activation active • Mediate between crowds and problem owner • Try to save up development costs of platforms by reuse of existing codes
    28. 28. 5. How to make Open Innovation policy locally?
    29. 29. Policy Making Paradox • Open Innovation is an emerging new policy area with economic impact • City governance is more risk-averse and there is a need for proof of evidences/ business cases to lobby and convince • Local ownership creation for O.I is difficult because it impacts more departments (ICT, Economy, Citizen Services ) -> need for demonstrators
    30. 30. Amsterdam – City Lobby with Code for America Fellow Joel Mahoney and Henk de Jong , General Secretary of Amsterdam
    31. 31. Economic Relevance • Open Innovation fuels the city innovation process • Start Up Acceleration • Working towards a Civic Apps Store/ Commons • Access to the most innovative technological solutions and civic apps • Ecosystem of cities, app developers, innovation agencies strong USP for investors • Scalable solutions among cities (efficiency) • Reusing instead of reinventing
    32. 32. The future • Launching an Open Innovation Policy Doc’s Repository for cities with best practices, business cases, performance matrix • Build a clear link with Digital Agenda Link with Smart Cities and Communities Stakholders Group, and City Protocol • Network of Civic Innovators on Civic Commons
    33. 33. The future
    34. 34. The future
    35. 35. Conclusion • Open Innovation should be integrated city governance • EU projects as bottom up demonstrators for local top down policy making • Governments are responsible for O.I (big data owner, public service provider, purchaser) • Biggest challenge: Open Innovation embedding in regular governance and share these learning's among cities
    36. 36. Thank you! Commons4EU, Open Cities and City SDK in Amsterdam Katalin Gallyas gallyas@ez.amsterdam.nl

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