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  • 1. Evalua$ng
175
proposals
by
ci$es

 Engaging
key
IBM
stakeholders,
SCC
pilot
alumni
 ISSUES Understanding
barriers
to
smarter
ci$es
 Municipal
Administra$on
 Iden$fying

‘key
levers’
to
overcome
these
barriers
 Exploring
cri$cal
tensions
within
business
&
with
CSR
 City
Governance
 Transporta$on
Smarter
Ci1es
Challenge
(SCC)

‐Ci$es
struggle
with
 Public
 Smarter
 Educa$on
 IBM
finance,
service
delivery,
 Sector
 Ci$es
 Public
Safety
 Planet Building a Smarteraging
infrastructure…

 $50m
in
3yrs
 Habits
of
thought,

 
Key
Findings
 Habits
of
ac$on,

 Approach
‐Grants:
IBM
teams
spend
3
 Themes Drivers Approaches •! Information •! Regions •! Sectors vs. Ar$facts
 management Systemsweeks
 crea$ng
 data‐driven
 •! Brandroadmaps
to
help
100
ci$es
 Stakeholder
 •! Communication •! New vs. engagement
 with citizens Existing Toolsovercome
challenges
 •! Urban development Inquiry,

 •! Collaborating‐IBM’s
 largest
 Corporate
 Data
Analysis
 •! Demographics, special needsCi$zenship
effort
so
far
Observa$ons
about…
 Recommenda$ons
about…
‐Ci$es’
percep$on
of
IBM
 ‐Expanding
the
reach
of
Smarter
Ci$es
Corporate
Ci$zenship
‐Strategic
benefits
for
IBM
business
 ‐Addressing
ci$es’
core
needs
 15 © 2010 IBM Corporation‐Development
of
rela$onships
with
ci$es
 ‐Promo$ng
the
interdisciplinary
SCC
approach
within
business
‐SCC
as
a
“cross‐sector
social
partnership”

 ‐Increasing
openness
about
the
use
of
SCC
informa$on
‐IBM’s
focus
on
mature
vs.
emerging
markets
 ‐Modifying
the
RFP
process
based
on
lessons
from
2011