Geoff mulgan digital social innovation policy workshop

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Presentation by Nesta CEO Geoff Mulgan at the Digital Social Innovation workshop, Brussels, February 3rd 2014

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  • Geoff mulgan digital social innovation policy workshop

    1. 1. Digital social innovation: policy workshop Geoff Mulgan
    2. 2. What policy changes could advance digital social innovation?
    3. 3. 1. Making it easier to create new digital SI (eg regulatory, funding &c) Labs, pilots, incubators 2.Making it easier to grow and spread digital SI ( eg social investment, public purchasing and procurement, standards 3. Increasing the potential value of digital SI (eg making available open data, ubiquitous broadband) 4. Enabling the radical, disruptive innovations emerging from digital SI – new approaches to money, consumption, education, health
    4. 4. Policy goals • Making it easier to create new digital SI (eg regulatory, funding &c) • Making it easier to grow and spread digital SI(eg public procurement, support for evidence generation, common standards) • Increasing the potential value of digital SI (eg making available open data, ubiquitous broadband) • Enabling some of the radical, disruptive innovations emerging from digital SI – new approaches to money, consumption, education, health
    5. 5. The spread of social innovation support ... Parks (Bilbao, Singapore) Exchanges (SIX &c) Camps (globally) Funds (Australia, Hong Kong,France) Government teams (Colombia to UK) Incubators (several hundred) Offices (eg White House) Mayors (eg Seoul) Prizes (US, Europe, China..) Labs (Chile to Netherlands) Corporate programmes (Vodafone, Danone, HP) Consultancy units (McKinsey, Deloitte …)
    6. 6. POLICY TOOLS …. • DIRECT PROVISION - eg broadband infrastructure • DIRECT COMMISSIONING – eg online health platforms, public procurement • DIRECT FUNDING - eg grant aid, early stage, on going etc, challenge prizes • INVESTMENT – eg direct investment, co-funding of funds, wholesale investment; • INFORMATION - provision of information online open data; administrative data • PARTNERSHIPS - PPPs, PFIs, buildings, infrastructure, tech development
    7. 7. • TAXES &c (eg recycling money from the big aggregators) • CHARGES (eg for data reuse) • SUBSIDIES (eg for start-ups) • TRADEABLE PERMITS, QUOTAS (eg locally produced media content) • REGULATION (eg opening up public services to competition) • LAW (eg prohibitions on child pornography on the internet, rights of identity)
    8. 8. Some examples • Funding provision for incubators, growth funds, experimental zones • Marketplaces for adoption, exchange • Common markets • Showcases, testbeds, cities as laboratories
    9. 9. Who can act? Different levels of governance …
    10. 10. What is your policy idea? 10 Minutes ! 20 Minutes ! Spend 10 minutes working on your policy idea using the card ‘idea card’ We will work together on going from 68 great ideas to a cluster of ‘idea themes’ for us to vote on during lunch.
    11. 11. Thinking about your idea, be clear ... 1. Who could implement it (European Commission, national governments, municipal …)? 3. Does it need money? 2. Who will benefit? What are the barriers, enemies? 4. What work needs to be done to flesh it out?
    12. 12. Getting to 10 themes for the working groups You each have three dot votes, (the little blue stickers on your desk). During lunch vote on the clustered themes on the wall. Feel free to give all three votes to one theme or spread the votes across three different themes. After lunch we will take the 10 clusters with the most votes and assign them two themes to each of the five working groups.

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