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Design Change / Chris Sigaloff
Design Change / Chris Sigaloff
Design Change / Chris Sigaloff
Design Change / Chris Sigaloff
Design Change / Chris Sigaloff
Design Change / Chris Sigaloff
Design Change / Chris Sigaloff
Design Change / Chris Sigaloff
Design Change / Chris Sigaloff
Design Change / Chris Sigaloff
Design Change / Chris Sigaloff
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Design Change / Chris Sigaloff

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Keynote from How Public Design? 2013

Keynote from How Public Design? 2013

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  1. design   change Chris  Sigaloff,  Director
  2. where  to  start? how? for  what  purpose?
  3. x x x
  4. to  make  society  smarter
  5. 1st  hunch where  to  start? changing  the  innovation  discourse  &  policy how? policy  papers,  campaigns,  lobbying,  conferences for  what  purpose? to  improve  economic  growth  &  social  well-­‐being
  6. 2nd  hunch where  to  start? changing  people’s  capacity  to  innovate   &  fostering  conditions  for  innovation how? learning  programs,  professional  networks,  ‘interventures’   for  what  purpose? to  empower  professionals  &  citizens  to  ‘solve’  problems  &   explore  opportunities
  7. 3rd  hunch where  to  start? with  every  day  people  experiencing  poor  outcomes   how? ‘intervention  sets’  with  people  &  professionals  &  managers feedback  loops  for  policymakers  &    ourselves for  what  purpose? to  create  /  dismantle  informal  and  formal  systems   to  enable  people  to  flourish
  8. when  to  do  what? how  to  negotiate  &  set-­‐up?   how  to  keep  reflecting   about  purpose  &  values?

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