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  • 1. Welcome
  • 2. Rotterdam COP meets NCSI July 4
  • 3. Program: 09.30 – 09.50 Welcome and introduction 09-50 - 10.10 Introduction NCSI 10.30 - 11.00 Introduction COP 11.30 – 12.30 Looking for mutual interests 12.30 – 13.30 Light Lunch
  • 4. Social innovation, the new challenge
  • 5. Social innovation, some remarks on the Dutch perspective (1)
    • Prof. dr. Henk Volberda, Rotterdam School of Management:
    • The Netherlands are falling in the Global Competitiveness index
    • Research shows that technological innovation explains 25% of innovation success; social innovation explains 75% of the success
    • We have to increase innovative power through dynamic management, flexible organisations and development of skills and competences
  • 6. Social innovation, some remarks on the Dutch perspective (2)
    • Advice OESO (Febr. 2008): to sustain economic growth,
    • the Netherlands will have to:
    • Raise pension-age over 65 years
    • Work more hours a week
    • Discourage working in part-time jobs
    • But, Dutch employees:
    • Don’t like to work beyond the age of 65 years
    • Don’t like to work more hours a week
    • Like their part-time jobs and work-life balance
  • 7. Social innovation, some remarks on the Dutch perspective (3)
    • The traditional labour relations:
    • don’t fit the knowledge society on the one hand
    • and
    • don’t mobilize the new, lower educated and young groups on the labour market
  • 8. Social innovation, the Dutch challenge is:
    • to sustain economic growth and our level of welfare, the Dutch won’t work harder or make longer hours, but will have to work ‘smarter’.
    • to develop new adequate labour relations
    • to increase innovation and productivity. Dutch organisations will have to optimize the use of skills, competences and motivation of their employees and to embed technological innovation in social innovation
  • 9. Knowlegde level (Depth / Broad) Social innovation: bron: Volberda Organisation (organise flexible Management (Dynamic Management) Labour (work smarter) Concurrence position & Productiviy Concurrence level Co-creation by external Networks and knowledge alliances Mobilisation of Institutional Stakeholders (government, unions, employer associations) Sociale Innovaton
  • 10. NCSI – Organisation structure
    • 2 employers- associations
    • 2 unions
    • 2 universities
    • 1 knowledge institute
    • big firms . unions
    • commercial consultants agencies
    • universities
    • knowledge institutes
    Knowledge- platform Programm Council Innovation platform Board Projectteam Projects & Networks NCSI
  • 11. Financial structure
    • Government support (3 departments)
    • Support of founding fathers (boardmembers in money and kind)
    • Contribution of members programmcouncil and knowledge platform
    • Payed projects or assistance
  • 12. NCSI – Goals and Activities
    • Action center: realise projects with organisations
      • Demand driven start en organise projects
      • Experiments & monitoring
      • Examples: bottom-up innovation, management on the base of trust, selfsceduling, employe 2.0, ICT&labour, manage flexibel labour.
    • Knowledge center: gather and spread knowledge
      • D-base; Seminars, Courses and conferences; Knowledge groups; NCSI Academy; Trainee-programm; Publications
    • Lobbying, agenda-setting, influence on politics