Networked
Society
Seize
Transformation
RENE SUMMER
CARPE MUTATIONEM
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Networked Society comes
with A ...
Networked Society-Seize Transformation | Public | © Ericsson AB 2014 | 2014-03-11 | Page 3
Why policy makers need to
act?
...
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Craft resilient
public policies...
Networked Society-Seize Transformation | Public | © Ericsson AB 2014 | 2014-03-11 | Page 5
A firm policy commitment
DIFFUS...
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Getting the fundamentals
right ...
Networked Society-Seize Transformation | Public | © Ericsson AB 2014 | 2014-03-11 | Page 7
› Sustained economic long term ...
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Key ICT policy issues
ICT
Suppl...
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CARPE MUTATIONEM
TOGETHER WE CA...
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  1. 1. Networked Society Seize Transformation RENE SUMMER CARPE MUTATIONEM
  2. 2. Networked Society-Seize Transformation | Public | © Ericsson AB 2014 | 2014-03-11 | Page 2 Networked Society comes with A great promise WELL BEING STANDARD OF LIVING QUALITY OF LIFE SOCIAL PROGRESS NATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS
  3. 3. Networked Society-Seize Transformation | Public | © Ericsson AB 2014 | 2014-03-11 | Page 3 Why policy makers need to act? Benefits are not automatic No deterministic built in design in to technology There are also challenges that must be addressed Which shapes the size and sustainability of benefits Must be backed by resilient & adequate policy Technology can’t do it alone WELLBEING FIRM AND DURABLE POLICY COMMITMENT CAN DELIVER STRUCTURAL CHANGE WITH LASTING BENEFITS
  4. 4. Networked Society-Seize Transformation | Public | © Ericsson AB 2014 | 2014-03-11 | Page 4 Craft resilient public policies that can enable structural transformation of economy and society How can policy makers make Networked Society a reality? Formulate and implement a cohesive reform agenda that will maximize benefits of an ICT-led transformation Address key ICT- specific policy issues that shape the conditions of technologies underpinning the Networked society FIRM Policy Commitment REFORM AGENDA ICT POLICIES
  5. 5. Networked Society-Seize Transformation | Public | © Ericsson AB 2014 | 2014-03-11 | Page 5 A firm policy commitment DIFFUSION & ADOPTION CROSS SECTORS HOLISTIC APPROCH A PRECONDITION INCREMENTALISM NOT GOOD ENOUGH Consumer Goods & Retail Manufac- turing & Logistics Banking Energy & Mining Education & Health Media & Entertain- ment Telecom & Internet Transport & Travel ICT IMPACT ICT-LED TRANSFORMATIONAL CHANGE INNOVATION DRIVEN GROWTH
  6. 6. Networked Society-Seize Transformation | Public | © Ericsson AB 2014 | 2014-03-11 | Page 6 Getting the fundamentals right ! WHAT DOES IT TAKE FOR A SOCIETY TO BENEFIT FROM TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRESS INNOVATIONINVENTION DIFFUSION & ADOPTION PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS & POLICY • Politics shaping incentives • Not all private profit seeking …. • Market failures • Reactionary public institutions, Regulatory failures • State – different layers of authority – alignment – systemic failures
  7. 7. Networked Society-Seize Transformation | Public | © Ericsson AB 2014 | 2014-03-11 | Page 7 › Sustained economic long term growth › Increase competitiveness of nations and industries › Create new jobs/business › Minimize exclusion and poverty, increase equality › Increase public sector efficiency › Address climate change, environment and ageing population › Manage scarce resources more efficiently › Cope with increasing level of urbanization REFORM AGENDA THIS IS NOT A DESTINATION BUT A CONTINUOUS JOURNEY
  8. 8. Networked Society-Seize Transformation | Public | © Ericsson AB 2014 | 2014-03-11 | Page 8 Key ICT policy issues ICT Supply Side Roll-out of ICT infrastructure Scarce resource managementMarket Efficiency 3. Spectrum Management1. National Broadband Plans 2. Network Regulation New consumer expectations, value- chain shifts and new business models ICT empowerment for increased innovation and efficiency in industrial sectors ICT Demand Side Privacy Protection 5. Media & Content Regulation 4. Industrial Internet / Internet of things 6. Data Protection Horizontal frameworks impacting ICT supply & demand Market access, Digital Services, Cross Border Data Flows, Meta Regulation Investment Incentives, Licensing, Diffusion 8. Trade Policies7. Internet governance 9. IPR
  9. 9. Networked Society-Seize Transformation | Public | © Ericsson AB 2014 | 2014-03-11 | Page 9 CARPE MUTATIONEM TOGETHER WE CAN MASTER THE TRANSFORMATION
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