WHERE NEXT FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT? From Ordnance Survey to Google Street View

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Emer Coleman (Greater London Authority) at FutureLocalGov session, Reboot Britain 2009

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WHERE NEXT FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT? From Ordnance Survey to Google Street View

  1. 1. WHERE NEXT FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT? From Ordnance Survey to Google Street View Emer Coleman London Alliances Project Director June 2009
  2. 2. New Public Communicative Management Government Rationalist, Hegel, Marx, Empiricist, Hume, Philosophical Tradition Positivist, Historicist Burke, Popper Problem Solving Technical Adaptive Critical Philosophy Lifeworld + Communicative System + Strategic Action (Habermas) Action Urban Design Engineered Shared Space Information Technology Propriatorial Open Source Market Rationality Animal Spirits and Embedded View of Market Chicago School Markets Communicative Style Broadcast Interactive Web 2.0 credit: Leo Boland, Chief Executive, GLA
  3. 3. Bubbles Takes a Walk in Hamsterdam There is a high hard ground where practictioners can make effective use of research based on theory and technique and there is a swampy lowland where situations are confusing messes incapable of technical solutions Donald Schon Beyond the Stable State
  4. 4. “A broad consensus will be needed to make a sizeable fiscal adjustment” IMF May 2009 ano n rm io vi d A Emot Da ic + g Lo
  5. 5. Urban dynamics in real time First, fast, shared intelligence that combines formal and informal, quantitative and qualitative with ground level intelligence on what’s happening in different sectors and regions. Clear views on leading indicators and new ways of handling data” Geoff Mulgan The Young Foundation
  6. 6. “Tube strikes…Inconvenience and disruption…Localities and real-time information…Movement and behaviour of people…All things that fascinate me. It’s got me thinking… Say hello to the #tweetbike” - Paul Clarke/Social Innovator
  7. 7. Traditional Data Maps Academic Research Evidence Based Policy Stats (Quantitative) Demographics Economic Analysis Surveys Consultation Information Conversational Data User Generated tNew Direction Maps Real Time Academic Research Social Media Stats Ethnography Demographics Social Science Surveys Best Economic Analysis Networked Consultation Guess Information
  8. 8. No place to hide

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