The Power of Ideas

378 views

Published on

Presentation to Devon County Council November 2012 by Dominic Campbell, FutureGov

Published in: Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
378
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
5
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

The Power of Ideas

  1. 1. The power of ideasHow digital and design arechanging local public servicesNovember 2012 www.wearefuturegov.com
  2. 2. Find all* the links from thispresentation at…http://delicious.com/dominic_campbell (especially #gov20) *if not all then most…
  3. 3. the big debatefix the system or create a new oneeGov 2.0 WeGov More efficient and effective People powered publicgovernment ‘as is’ services redefining the role of government
  4. 4. “ We Gov ” We believe in the power of people
  5. 5. shift frompublic institutionsto focusing onpublic value
  6. 6. shift from thinking aboutcommand andcontrolto focusing on creatingrelationships
  7. 7. power of many minds for….Minor service Servicechange redesign Social Collaboration innovation
  8. 8. Some experienceDigital and design with purpose
  9. 9. www.patchworkhq.com @patchworkhq
  10. 10. Where we started from – September 2009 www.patchworkhq.com
  11. 11. The QuestionHow can we free up people involved insafeguarding to prioritise their time withclients, join up services around childrenand families and surface patterns forearlier intervention sooner? www.patchworkhq.com
  12. 12. The Munro Review and Policy Landscapefrom this…Ref: Prof Sue White, University of Birmingham www.patchworkhq.com
  13. 13. Co-design
  14. 14. Human networks matter Other     Rela%ve Agency   GP/   health   visitor   Neighbour   Detec%ve   Sergeant     Mother Peers   Child   Social   Worker   Youth   Worker   Teacher   www.patchworkhq.com
  15. 15. The design 1     www.patchworkhq.com
  16. 16. Patchwork as a Munro Exemplar“Whilst it will always be necessary to have systemsfor storing documents, recording events anddecisions and gather data, it is important that theuse of technology does not become reduced tothese important but rather static functions. There isgrowing evidence of smaller scale, pilot designprojects. It would be useful to illustrate this with anexemplar…”The Munro Review of Child Protection Progress Report: Moving towardsa child centred system www.patchworkhq.com
  17. 17. “USE THE INTERNET TOGET OFF THE INTERNET” SCOTT HEIFERMAN www.wearefuturegov.com
  18. 18. People powered public services
  19. 19. Crowdsourcing civic innovation
  20. 20. Set Challenges Share IdeasConnect and Organise
  21. 21. 
 Hello! 
 Social Innovation Camp is pioneering the use of web-based pressing social problems, bringing digital tools to those who wo social change and stimulating widespread adoption of digital innoThis is Denise… Through unusual, creative events Social Innovation Camp bring most talented web developers and designers with leading exp innovation sector to help build cutting-edge, web-based tools a   benefits of Web 2.0 technology to education, healthcare, enviro•   Relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (MS) local communities. 
diagnosed in 2003 How
it
works
 
 Twice a year we run a Social Innovation Camp weekend where•  MS is a neurological condition that’s each caseunpredictable, variable and different in to accelerate six early-stage ideas for socially-innovative, web-ba prototypes in just 48 hours. The six ideas are selected by the Social Innovation Camp•  Symptoms include: fatigue, weakness, andnumbness, visual disturbance, poor balance submitted by the public. Social Innovation Camp participant challenge of creating online social ventures based on these ide days – complete with working software, business model and marvertigo Our teams then pitch what they have built for the chance to be two winners who have shown the greatest potential over the cou 
•  Use wide tasks more manageableday-to-day range of assistive equipment to make The
Social
Innovation
Camp
Express
 The Social Innovation Camp takes about four months to run: rig for ideas to the weekend itself. But on Tuesday, we’re going to be bringing the Express versio www.enabledbydesign.org          blog:  hDp://enabledbydesign.org/blog            twitter: hDp://twiDer.com/enabledby   the whole lot in just over an hour: We’ll be helping participants they’d tackle some of the most pressing needs in their communit
  22. 22. @DominicCampbelldom@wearefuturegov.com

×