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Business Forum Learning Lunch 30th July 2009

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  • 1. The Digital Agenda Steve Fleming Hull Forward
  • 2. Purpose
    • Look at the state of play with the Digital Agenda
    • Highlights of what's happening
    • The application in Hull
    • Take views and comments
  • 3. Drivers
    • Knowledge Economy & Society – Connected - 21st century cities.
    • Technology enabled change...again
    • Globalisation
    • Technology enabled change and globalisation
    • Changing markets, changing sectors, new markets, new sectors
    • The sticky public sector (how big’s that market?)
    • Here and now experience
    • What's happened since 2002 – more, faster, bigger
    • The recession - a rapid evolutionary event & afterwards?
  • 4.  
  • 5. Some History
    • Hull's history of innovation: Broadcasting, telecoms, services
    • Projects & vehicles (e.g. Broadband Capital)
    • Groups: Hull Multimedia Association, Digital City Group
    • Business – often things people don’t see
    • Organisations & agencies
    • People & community
  • 6. Cllr. John Robinson Portfolio Holder – City Economy Steve Fleming Digital City Programme Manager www.hullcc.gov.uk/digitalcity Hull – the Digital City
  • 7. What's happening elsewhere
    • In the region: Digital Region, NYNet
    • DC10
      • Digital Birmingham
      • Sunderland Software City
      • Nottingham Games City
      • Bristol Connected City
      • Manchester: Digital, Knowledge, Media
    • The Dutch Cities, Stockholm & Barcelona
    • eTampere (halfway between Chicago & Beijing) & the Oulu Growth Programme
    • The Cisco eLeaders Club
    • Broadband Shropshire
  • 8.  
  • 9. Business
    • Logistics Institute – big increase in companies wanting advice
    • ‘ Modern technology brings more productivity…and longer hours’ Kelly Services Global Workforce Index
    • SARS & the Cisco productivity boost
    • The pace of technology change and adoption
    • Trade
  • 10.
    • Government using Twitter to develop management skills
    • by Steve Myers 29. July 2009 15:44 The government has issued guidelines to its departments to help them develop a communications strategy on Twitter.
  • 11. The policy agendas
    • Lisbon Agenda
    • Government policy announcements
    • Across the parties
    • Elsewhere
  • 12. Digital Britain
    • Government outlines plans for UK’s digital future
    • Broadband
    • Economy
    • Skills
    • Switchover from analogue to digital Government
    • Media
  • 13. A new economy
  • 14.  
  • 15. In the Region
    • Digital 2020: business, skills and public service transformation
    • Digital Region, NYNet
    • Growth Clusters, e.g. Creative & Digital, Health technologies
    • Doing, demonstrating, for the country
    • ICT Networks
    • Transformative ICT
    • Business Link
  • 16. Article: New MII to promote informatization of industrial sectors - officials. Article from: China Business News Article date: March 28, 2008 http:// www.miit.gov.cn / Website China Post Child agency State Council Parent agency Li Yizhong Minister responsible Beijing Headquarters   People's Republic of China Jurisdiction Ministry of Information Industry Dissolved Agency overview Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People's Republic of China 中 华 人民共和 国 工 业 和信息化部
  • 17. Hull: Connectivity
    • Connectivity: underpinning key infrastructure & utility
    • Next Generation Connectivity
    • The UK issue – the Hull issue
    • Council view: Investigating open networks
    • KCOM’s strategic review
    • Thornton
    • Humber and the region
    • Citywide, city partnership issue
  • 18. Hull: Creative & Digital
    • Growth industry, contributes to others
    • Networks
    • A centre, focus, hub
    • Business space
    • Skills, talent, enterprise
    • Hull College and the University of Hull
  • 19. Health (Tele, e, or just plain health)
    • eHealth Programme
    • The requirement for change
    • The market
    • Healthcare Sector Plan
    • Regional Telehealth Strategy
    • Telehealth is no longer a not do option - DoH
  • 20. Context Health Issues & Opportunities Health sector markets, cornerstone & niche businesses, new markets Knowledge: University, HYMS, PCT, Acute Trust, Practitioners, Community, Technology, Businesses Health & Care: New models Service integration Other policy benefits Telehealth Economic benefits: Market Activities Facilities Hull Forward World Trade Centre Health Sector Group Institute: Hub, connector, co-ordinator: Institute, Relationships, Funding, Concept, product & project development, Common assets Technology enabled outcome & service transformation
  • 21. Telehealth Pathways Healthcare Sector Study
    • Delivery projects
    • Telehealth Blueprint
    • eHealth Framework (Telehealth & care, Independent Living, etc.)
    • Investment propositions & bids
    • Connectivity, Switchover & Convergence
    • China
    • DC10plus 2, DEAP, Digital Britain
    • Digital 2020 delivery
    • Regional Telehealth Strategy
    • Stream/BCL, ALiP projects
    Telehealth Delivery Group & Programme Umbrella concept Telehealth Institute/Hub Healthcare Sector Working Group
    • Digital Britain, Digital Challenge/ DC10
    • Y & H, Digital 2020, Regional Telehealth strategy, RES
    • Health & Care
    • CAA & Budgets
    • Business & markets
    • Infrastructure
    GIP offer HCC/ LSP/ HF/UoH/ NHS, businesses, YF, externals Business case Funding bids Healthcare Sector Plan
  • 22. What we’ve been doing: NHS Choices
  • 23.
    • The €8bn European market
    • The share for the city & the region?
    • Our knowledge, our investments in health
    Opportunities
  • 24. Regional Telehealth Strategy
  • 25. Healthcare technologies Sector in Hull and Humber Buck Consultants International Nijmegen, the Netherlands, March 2009
  • 26. 8 Strategic Directions & Action Plan
    • Action 4 Support creation of a Telehealth Institute as a (future) Centre of Excellence
    • Priority: High, Near Term (2010/12)
    • Study possible synergy with IWC and planned HONE/ Functional Food Centre
    • Research, training, service
    • Feasibility of permanent delivery of telehealth services
    • Accommodation for 3 rd parties
    • Laboratories: engineering, ICT
    • Enterprise & academic staff
    • Spin offs
  • 27. Healthcare Sector eHealth Regional Telehealth Strategy
  • 28. Others are doing it too
  • 29. … .and
    • Business & sector change
    • Informatization of industrial sectors
    • Maximum returns from regeneration investment: business, education, housing
    • Digital inclusion
    • Public sector transformation
    • People, talent, skills, management
    • Positioning
  • 30. Business Networks
  • 31. Hull has assets Organisation Relationships Actions Knowledge Businesses Factors Technology Markets Assets
  • 32. Strategy & Programme
    • Do we need one?
    • Do it big, do it in bits, don’t do it?
    • Will it happen & will we benefit anyway?
    • If yes, what should it be?
    • What should be in it?
    • Where should it take us?
    • What should we want from it?
  • 33. Some final thoughts
    • T he world can only be grasped by action, not by contemplation. The hand is the cutting edge of the mind. Jacob Bronowski
    • Vision without action is a daydream, action without vision is a nightmare. Japanese adage
    • Those who can’t adapt will be eaten. www.baan.com /
  • 34. … and whilst you’re thinking about it…
    • What does it mean for you?
    • Your ideas?
    • What do we need to do in Hull?
    • Should we be bothered?
    • … answers on an email, tweet, text etc.
  • 35. The Digital Agenda Steve Fleming Hull Forward [email_address] StevetheFleming