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Resilient Summit
Kansas City, Feb 6-7th, 2014

This document created in a collaborative session by over 120 attendees spanning government, Fortune 500, makers, local business, startup, and more

Co-hosted by Jeremiah Owyang and Ben Smith

Notes courtesy of @bestofjess, copyediting by Lou Gutheil.



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  • Collaborative Economy Feb 10, 2014
  • Resilient Summit Kansas City, Feb 6-7th, 2014 This document created in a collaborative session by over 120 attendees spanning government, Fortune 500, makers, local business, startup, and more Co-hosted by Jeremiah Owyang and Ben Smith Notes courtesy of @bestofjess, copyediting by Lou Gutheil.
  • Resilient Summit In the Heart of Kansas City 3
  • Resilient Summit Held at Union Station, KC 4
  • Resilient Summit We convened, conspired, and collaborated 5
  • Resilient Summit Panel: Impact of sharing on cities 6
  • Resilient Summit Our sponsors got behind the movement 7
  • Opportunities: How will they better the world?
  • Collaborative Economy What are the opportunities for the world? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Reduce waste by activating idle resources Help people where they are Unleash creativity Decrease product development lead times Share the wealth Remove barriers that hinder dreams from becoming reality Embrace a greater sense of diversity in community Encourage a greater sense of cohesive community Create a simpler, happier life Positively impact the emotional well being 9 *Not a prioritized list
  • What are the Challenges?
  • Collaborative Economy What are the Challenges? 11 1. Products are planned-obsolescence, consumption business model is rewarded. 2. Our current economic model: the concept of scarcity 3. American mindset towards ownership 4. The need for new performance metrics beyond consumption 5. Big business wants to co-opt 6. „Jerks‟ who take, but don‟t share 7. Bad press 8. Government regulations 9. Unintended consequences of startups 10. Fear of the unfamiliar *Not a prioritized list 11. Adoption in less populated areas
  • What can cities do to lead?
  • Collaborative Economy What can cities and governments do? 1. Lean in! Partner as an innovator. 2. Increase engagement in your community, e.g., crowdsourced issue reporting. 3. Engage the people in law making 4. Educate constituents on why certain laws exist, e.g., taxes and regulations. 5. Broaden the view of what a utility is: water, gas… internet, data? 6. Invest in incubators and innovation centers; Re-imagine shared public spaces, like libraries 7. Educate gov‟t officials to garner their participation 8. Foster connections between organizations 13 *Not a prioritized list
  • How can companies participate and benefit?
  • Collaborative Economy What can companies do in this movement? 1. Invest ($$$) 2. Question current processes and evaluate for opportunities (discovery and analysis) 3. Create an open ecosystem for innovation 4. Act as an intermediary for innovation, (e.g., ensure the quality of the products) 5. Add a layer of trust by lending their “trust mark” (logo) or even their own audience and data 6. Assign tasks and goals to management for sustainability, (e.g., 20% of products are made with resale in mind) 7. Encourage employees to participate in the community (1-1-1: % of time, % of profits, nonprofit access) 15 *Not a prioritized list
  • What can you do as a person in your own community?
  • Collaborative Economy What can YOU do in this movement? 1. Buy local. Transact local (share, trade!). 2. Be a conscientious consumer. 3. Allow yourself to be an inspired individual. 4. Be a citizen of the collaborative economy. Use your voice. 5. Evangelize. Tell others! 6. Determine to make something yourself. 7. Throw away 10% less 17 *Not a prioritized list
  • Should we repeat the Resilient Summit?
  • Collaborative Economy Should we repeat? • Absolutely! • Do it again with other attendees and spread the word • Do it again with other cities‟ brand voices and governments • Add a workshop element • Get help for Ben and Jeremiah (so they can host again in 6 months) 19 Notes courtesy of @bestofjess, copyediting by Lou Gutheil
  • Collaborative Economy Resilient Summit Attendees* Aetna AMC Theatres Associated Wholesale Grocers Barkley Callahan Creek City of Derby City of Kansas City City of Topeka Crisp Thinking Crowd Companies Ditto Inc e-media bloc, inc. Eli Lilly and Company emfluence Expion Federal Reserve Bank FedEx Innovation Great Plains United Methodists H&R Block Hallmark Hilary's Eat Well Hood Law Group Insyders Kansas City Aviation Department Kantar Health KC Digital Drive Kcnext KCSourceLink, U.S.SourceLink kctechworks.com Knoda Level Five Solutions Level Up Labs Maker Studio | Science City McCormick Company MEDiAHEAD Meers Advertising MOO, INC dba Mighty One Nashville and Davidson County Metro Government Peers.org Pinsight Media+ Prodigy Arcade Prosoco, Inc Ronin Institute Shay Chic Events & Design Silicon Prairie News SkilPath Social: IRL Spiral16 Spredfast Sprint Sprint Accelerator STFM Summit Marketing TechShop, Inc. Techstars The Brainzooming Group Tippin's Tnemec Company, Inc. Triple-I Westar Energy White Hutchinson Leisure & Learning Group WordKitchen
  • Collaborative Economy Resilient Summit Speakers Co-Hosts: Ben Smith, Social: IRL Jeremiah Owyang, Crowd Companies Keynotes: Jeremiah Owyang, Crowd Companies Yiaway Yeh, Co-Chief Innovation Officer, Nashville and Davidson County Metro Government Mark Hatch, CEO and Co-Founder, TechShop Holly Minch, Chief Storyteller, Peers David Armano, Edelman Digital Jennifer Cohan, Edelman Digital Moderators: Mark Hatch, CEO and Co-Founder TechShop Panelists: Yiaway Yeh, Co-Chief Innovation Officer, Nashville and Davidson County Metro Government Rick Usher, Assistant City Manager, City of Kansas City Missouri Holly Minch, Chief Storyteller, Peers Erik Wullschleger, General Manager, Sprint Accelerator Perry Puccetti, CEO Triple-I Consulting Jay Bryant, Vice President, Crisp Thinking Event Support: Nancy Fike, Callahan Creek Angus Nelson, Crowd Companies
  • Collaborative Economy * While this is not endorsement, attendees from the organizations listed were present during the creation of this manifesto, and may have participated by providing answers. We want to recognize their participation but recognize this does not mean they consent, endorse, or validate the content that was created in this collaborative document.