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Once upon a time…<br />People decided they could rule themselves<br />
Self-proclaimed sovereignty…<br />Created the Golden Age in the Netherlands<br />
‘We, the people’ created landmarks<br />Liberty is the universal symbol of freedom<br />
What do we learn from that?<br />There is no need for a central authority: people can govern themselves<br />Self-governin...
How is that relevant today?<br />46% of web servers and 66% of the million busiest websites run Apache<br />Software creat...
So why does ‘people power’ not drive industrial innovation?<br />Well… It does!<br />Philips has embraced ‘open innovation...
Open Innovation Parliament<br />‘Doing’ Open Innovation is today’s big challenge<br />‘People power’ its core promise<br /...
co-do = <br />‘the way’ (‘do’, like in judo or taekwondo) of ‘together’ (‘co’)<br />Jointly working on real things <br />W...
Screenshot from test environment<br />
Screenshot from test environment<br />
An environment for you to connect with others<br />Get inspired by them and in turn give them inspiration<br />What does c...
Screenshot from test environment<br />
Screenshot from test environment<br />
An environment for you to connect with others<br />Get inspired by them and in turn give them inspiration<br />A community...
Screenshot from test environment<br />
Screenshot from test environment<br />
An environment for you to connect with others<br />Get inspired by them and in turn give them inspiration<br />A community...
Screenshot from test environment<br />
Screenshot from test environment<br />
Screenshot from test environment<br />
An environment for you to connect with others<br />Get inspired by them and in turn give them inspiration<br />A community...
Screenshot from test environment<br />
An environment for you to connect with others<br />Get inspired by them and in turn give them inspiration<br />A community...
Desktop-widget<br />
Everyone can highlight his or her expertise<br />Everyone has access to the expertise highlighted and the toolkits provide...
Why are we doing this? <br />Linux started with one person saying: “I would like some feedback.” (LinusTorvalds)<br />Open...
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  2. 2. Once upon a time…<br />People decided they could rule themselves<br />
  3. 3. Self-proclaimed sovereignty…<br />Created the Golden Age in the Netherlands<br />
  4. 4. ‘We, the people’ created landmarks<br />Liberty is the universal symbol of freedom<br />
  5. 5. What do we learn from that?<br />There is no need for a central authority: people can govern themselves<br />Self-governing people create their own sources of wellbeing <br />They can also create lasting dreams, like ‘Liberty’<br />
  6. 6. How is that relevant today?<br />46% of web servers and 66% of the million busiest websites run Apache<br />Software created collectively by a community of on-line developers<br />Wikipedia – 2.8 million articles in English alone<br />The internet, today’s biggest innovation, runs on ‘people power’<br />
  7. 7. So why does ‘people power’ not drive industrial innovation?<br />Well… It does!<br />Philips has embraced ‘open innovation’<br />In 2001 it built HomeLab: involving people in the research process<br />Its closed campus is now the open High Tech Campus Eindhoven<br />Open innovation generates 35% of Procter & Gamble’s innovations<br />
  8. 8. Open Innovation Parliament<br />‘Doing’ Open Innovation is today’s big challenge<br />‘People power’ its core promise<br />Our question: Can we use the internet to create a platform to mobilize that strength?<br />
  9. 9. co-do = <br />‘the way’ (‘do’, like in judo or taekwondo) of ‘together’ (‘co’)<br />Jointly working on real things <br />With people like yourself<br />
  10. 10. Screenshot from test environment<br />
  11. 11. Screenshot from test environment<br />
  12. 12. An environment for you to connect with others<br />Get inspired by them and in turn give them inspiration<br />What does co-do provide?<br />
  13. 13. Screenshot from test environment<br />
  14. 14. Screenshot from test environment<br />
  15. 15. An environment for you to connect with others<br />Get inspired by them and in turn give them inspiration<br />A community to collaboratively drive an innovation agenda with<br />What does co-do provide?<br />
  16. 16. Screenshot from test environment<br />
  17. 17. Screenshot from test environment<br />
  18. 18. An environment for you to connect with others<br />Get inspired by them and in turn give them inspiration<br />A community to collaboratively drive an innovation agenda with<br />A resource for working on new solutions together with others<br />What does co-do provide?<br />
  19. 19. Screenshot from test environment<br />
  20. 20. Screenshot from test environment<br />
  21. 21. Screenshot from test environment<br />
  22. 22. An environment for you to connect with others<br />Get inspired by them and in turn give them inspiration<br />A community to collaboratively drive an innovation agenda with<br />A resource for working on new solutions together with others<br />Enabling each member to enjoy their contributions<br />What does co-do provide?<br />
  23. 23. Screenshot from test environment<br />
  24. 24. An environment for you to connect with others<br />Get inspired by them and in turn give them inspiration<br />A community to collaboratively drive an innovation agenda with<br />A resource for working on new solutions together with others<br />Enabling each member to enjoy his/her contributions<br />Connected from your desktop<br />What does co-do provide?<br />
  25. 25. Desktop-widget<br />
  26. 26. Everyone can highlight his or her expertise<br />Everyone has access to the expertise highlighted and the toolkits provided<br />People who make a contribution of any kind (uploading a video, giving comments, …) get to vote <br />Everyone can try to gather others to jointly innovate on a needed solution<br />Voting turns the best option into an addition for existing toolkits<br />co-do operates on simple rules for creative freedom<br />
  27. 27. Why are we doing this? <br />Linux started with one person saying: “I would like some feedback.” (LinusTorvalds)<br />Open Innovation is today’s revolution<br />We need a new place for people to exercise their (creative) power<br />We hope you will enjoy it! <br />

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