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Danish Ministeriet for By, Bolig og Landdistrikter. Presentation on practical steps to create impact with open data

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Creating Impact with Open Data

  1. 1. tonzijlstra.eu knowledge work, learning, complexity Creating Policy Impact & Growth perspectives, examples, tips 23 October, Copenhagen@ton_zylstra @epsiplatform #ogp_dk #odis
  2. 2. Congratulations!
  3. 3. 2012 EC, 2013 EU, 2014-2020
  4. 4. ...driver for growth and efficiency......
  5. 5. Build it and they will come
  6. 6. http://www.flickr.com/photos/tamaki/139038133/lots of attempts and prototypes
  7. 7. http://www.flickr.com/photos/factoryjoe/195492568/Killer app?
  8. 8. The next Google?
  9. 9. http://www.flickr.com/photos/himynameismarek/3580518163/not the measure of success
  10. 10. “more downloads than visits” Anton Eliassen, Norwegian meteo
  11. 11. opendatahandbook.org not covered here
  12. 12. Low End Markets is where activities and growth benefit mostfrom increased access and lower thresholds... as innovation theory also predicts
  13. 13. innovation starts in unlikely places
  14. 14. and usually works less well http://www.flickr.com/photos/alexkerhead/4291741175/
  15. 15. 60%, 9%, 25%not your regular stakeholders
  16. 16. new stakeholders to identifyhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/twose/887903401/
  17. 17. abundance of data
  18. 18. but fragmented
  19. 19. barriers: this is new territorySee http://www.flickr.com/photos/epsiplatform/5737203950/
  20. 20. Tim DaviesNetworked life, networked “It takes a socialwork, networked learning infrastructure”
  21. 21. in it together
  22. 22. Government as Platform what data from other dept. needed? what to offer? questions Politicians Civil Servants Networked life, networked what data do citizens need to work, networked learning(privacy, org interest, unfair help gov or take on tasks? info advantages to solve) what data, what form? what skills, literacy, attitude, E do citizens need? solutions Organisations Citizens what data makes relationship possible?
  23. 23. four aspects• Open for all comers• Transparent about own steps & stakes• Two way interaction (both demand/supply)• Be part of ecosystem
  24. 24. This covers the first 2, sort of
  25. 25. Actief uitnodigend open for all comershttp://www.flickr.com/photos/dhammza/492882480/
  26. 26. new stakeholders to identifyhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/twose/887903401/
  27. 27. #opendata is a social object
  28. 28. iseek them out
  29. 29. iindividually, informally
  30. 30. issue value, efficiency, impact stakeholders open datatransparent on own steps & stakes
  31. 31. your data is a policy tool
  32. 32. Networked life, networked WIIFM?work, networked learning MBBL?
  33. 33. i‘societal real estate’ http://www.flickr.com/photos/minkewagenaar/5104776252/
  34. 34. public space maintenance in Enschede
  35. 35. an entire sector serving itself with open data
  36. 36. Find your problem (don’t ever start with the data!), find your stakeholders, push them to work with your data
  37. 37. two-way interaction (both demand / supply) http://www.flickr.com/photos/wy_jackrabbit/4787676464/
  38. 38. engage them as QA, as beta tester
  39. 39. source: David Osimo http://epsiplatform.eu/content/ collaborative-e-gov-services-get-better-more-people- use-themchanging government services
  40. 40. sustainability / buiding sector
  41. 41. participation done differently
  42. 42. self empowerment through data sharing
  43. 43. Patient opinions (UK)
  44. 44. adding our own data
  45. 45. ecosystem
  46. 46. Networked life, networkedwork, networked= life Participation learning participation as active living
  47. 47. rhythm variety of spaces excitement and safety inside and outside perspectives Networked life, networked work, networked learning Community Buildingevolution of the group value to individualdiverse levels of engagement
  48. 48. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/34/LOD_Cloud_Diagram_as_of_September_2011.png
  49. 49. ithere’s more than Apps alone
  50. 50. • it can be something internal (BI solution) i it can be internal, e.g. for BI purposeshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/raider3_anime/4188993061
  51. 51. Networked life, electronics Arduino smart networked work, networked learningfeed data into devices (sensors & actuators, Arduino)
  52. 52. http://blog.jgc.org/2012/03/ambient-bus-arrival-monitor-from-hacked.htmluse ambient displays (also outside)
  53. 53. • or even turn data into objects (statistics and piechart) turn data into physical productshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/23124942@N03/6885705550/
  54. 54. let them eat pie charts! http://www.flickr.com/photos/dakt/6974720172/
  55. 55. collect and share examples actively
  56. 56. Sensemaking from stories
  57. 57. join us at ePSIplatform.eu
  58. 58. Openhagen
  59. 59. know the gov does not exist. Networkedcivil servant find 1 life, networked work, networked learning lofty goals need hands-on steps
  60. 60. in complexity this means probes
  61. 61. iprobe: cheap to let fail
  62. 62. push elsewhere for impact
  63. 63. tonzijlstra.eu knowledge work, learning, social media CreditsAll photos: Ton Zijlstra, by nc saExcept where mentioned on the photo.Slides: Ton Zijlstra, bySlides: http://slideshare.net/epsiplatformBlog: http://zylstra.org/blogContact: ton@tonzijlstra.euSkype: ton_zylstra
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