Urban Mill Orchestration Model-2014-08-22 Nonaka-Aalto_WS_final

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"Urban Mill Open Innovation Platform Orchestration" model presented at Aalto-Nonaka workshop 22.8.2014 at Aalto University.

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Urban Mill Orchestration Model-2014-08-22 Nonaka-Aalto_WS_final

  1. 1. Urban Mill Framework for Innova3on Orchestra3on Research (phronesis in ac3on?) Aalto – Nonaka Workshop 22.8.2014 Kari Mikkelä & Lars Miikki, UrbanMill@JärvelinDesignOy Space-­‐as-­‐a-­‐Service (SPaaS) Wicked Urban Problems solving Development Community Programming Co-working and Co-creation Platform for Urban Innovations Betonimiehenkuja 3E, 02150 Espoo, Finland www.urbanmill.org
  2. 2. Smart Urban Innova3on Ecosystem PlaBorm Service (Ba+Flow) • Mission: Wicked Urban Problems solving – From Vision to ImplementaUon backcasUng – MulU-­‐Actor Capability Building – BoWom-­‐up Lean Startup Approach • Development Community Programming – Health and Well-­‐being – People Flows and Networks – Smart CreaUve City – Sustainable Environments • Space-­‐as-­‐a-­‐Service (SPaaS) – Access to developer & RDI knowledge – Focal Event Spaces and Flows – Inter-­‐disciplinary Smart!Urban!Inno vation!* Ecosystem!Platform! Co-­‐working Sprints and Processes – Proto, Demo & Living Lab acUviUes – SimulaUons Busin ess* model*elem ents* (themat ic*orchestrat ion)* Liv in g* La b bin g*Se rvice * (Lo cal* In no vat ion *En viron m en t*Scop e )* ?! “! !! Se ns itiv e*an d*Su pp o rtiv e*Co n n ected* Sm ar t*Bu ildin gs *(Mu ltiv erse )* on the digital 3D and physical interface (e.g. Immersive Cave) – Local InnovaUon Node in Global Urban InnovaUon Network Kari Mikkelä & Lars Miikki 22.8.2014 UrbanMill@JärvelinDesignOy 2 Co #loca tio n* se rvice * * * * * * * Colli d er*e ven t* con ce pts *a n d * su p po rt * * * * * * * Co#workin g*an d*Co#creation*Platform*Prototype *for*Urb an *In novations* Betonimieh en kuja*3E ,*02 15 0*Espoo ,*Finlan d* *www.urbanmill.org! * * * * * * * * * * Sp ace*Op era to r* (+ *co #le arn in g) * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Com mu n ity *Op era to r* (+ *co #de s ign) * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * E cos ys tem *O p era to r* (+* co #e ffectu at ion )* * * * * * * * In n o vation *Ecos ys tem *Su pp o rt*Se rvice * (Re gion al* Smar t*Ci ty *Sco p e) * In no vat ion *Hu b*M an agem en t*an d*Ne twork in g* (U rb an *Mill* Orch es tra tio n*Sco pe )* Communities*a nd*events* (mean ingfu l* co#creation*an d* co#workin g*experien ces*an d*rhythms)* Peop le * Flow s *an d * * Netw ork s * * * Urb an *En tre # p ren e urs *an d * In trap re # ne u rs * * Smar t* Cre ativ e*Ci ty * * * * U rb an *Lear # nin g*an d * Ed ucation * * * * Urb an* Re sear ch * an d *In no # vat ion * * Su sta in ab le * E nv iron # m en ts * * He alt h *an d * Wel l#b ein g* * * !!! !!!! Effec ts* Weak* signals, * emerge nce* U rb an *con ta ct* &*kn owle d ge * acce s s*cent e r* * * * * * * Co #work in g* * se rvice * * * * * * * Serv ice *De s ign* pro to ty p e*an d * d em o*p ro ce s se s * * * * * * * Sim ulat ion s* an d *so lu tio n s * * * * * * * Re so urce *Sh arin g*Cu ltu re *an d*Co #m an agem e n t*Pra ctice s * Op en *m ultip le *r esou rce * in terf aces *an d *clou d s* Platform*elements* (physic al,* virtual*an d*so c ial*e nab ling)* Kari *Mikkelä*&* Lars *Mi ikki ,* Järve lin*De sign *Oy*18.9.2013* v.2. 2*
  3. 3. Customer crea3on, Space Memory and Orchestra3on Concepts (prototype phase 2013-­‐2014) 100+ projects 20.000 individual engagaments events One Theme (context) Three opera3onal logics 800+ 50+ protos, demos, smes Kari Mikkelä & Lars Miikki 22.8.2014 UrbanMill@JärvelinDesignOy
  4. 4. Endogenic plaBorm proper3es o Contacts hotspot o Learning events o Knowledge work o SoluUons prototyping and demoing o Real life tesUng and livinglabbing o Value elevaUon and diffusion Kari Mikkelä & Lars Miikki 22.8.2014 UrbanMill@JärvelinDesignOy 4
  5. 5. Urban Mill: Contextual Orchestra3on of an Innova3on Ecosystem Node Service Service Node Value Transgenic Value Co-creation Processes Strategies Endogenic Value Orchestration Platform Ecosystem Value Orchestration Kari Mikkelä and Lars Miikki 13.8.2014; Based on Value Orchestra?on PlaAorms in Business and Communi?es, Kyoichi Jim Kijima, 6.5.2014 Kari Mikkelä & Lars Miikki 22.8.2014 UrbanMill@JärvelinDesignOy 5 Constraints Context Ecosystem Value Exogenic Value Orchestration Dialogue Community Platform Service Operations and Meaningful boundary objects Thematic Scope, Physical Location and shared resources The context determines and restricts the plaeorm strategies as well as the interacUon process of the service system.
  6. 6. Urban Mill 6-­‐phase Transla3onal Approach Urban Innovation Community Contextualization (1) through Participation and Multi-Contextualization (6) through Diffusion Urban Mill Prototyping (2013) Ecosystem Value Service Node Value Transg. Value Co-creation Strategies Endog. Value Orchestration Platform Ecosystem Value Exog. Value Orch. Dialogue Service Node Value Transg. Value Co-creation Endog. Value Orchestration Platform Kari Mikkelä & Lars Miikki 22.8.2014 UrbanMill@JärvelinDesignOy 6 Kari Mikkelä and Lars Miikki 13.8.2014; Based on “Value Orchestra?on PlaAorms in Business and Communi?es”, Kyoichi Jim Kijima, 6.5.2014 Research on Existing Innovation Communities vs. Platforms (-2012) Ecosystem Value Exog.Value Orch. Dialogue Strategies Endog. Value Orchestration Platform Constraints Context Strategies Generic EUE Hub Concept (2012) Aalto Learning Hubs (2013), Aalto Platforms (2013), Aalto Factory Park 2.0 (2014) Co-creation of Global Platforms Ecosystem Ecosystem Value Service Node Value Value Co-creation Process Strategies Endog. Value Orchestration Platform Constraints Context Kouvola Innohub (2013) Constraints Context Process Startup Sauna, Design Factory, Open Innovation House, Hub Helsinki among others Service Node Value Transg. Value Co-creation Process Constraints Context Process Multi-contextualization (6) Re-Contextualization (3) Co-contextualization (4) Trans-contextualization (5) Global Urban Mill Network (2015) De-Contextualization (2.1) Exog.Value Orch. Dialogue Exog.Value Orch. Dialogue De-Contextualization (2.2)
  7. 7. Urban Mill 6-­‐step Transla3onal Research Approach Kari Mikkelä & Lars Miikki 22.8.2014 UrbanMill@JärvelinDesignOy 7 Typology Underlying events Research interven3ons Challenges 1. ContextualizaUon ParUcipaUon Join, intervene Contacts 2. De-­‐contextualizaUon ObjecUficaUon Generalize, abstract, model, prototype InformaUon 3. Re-­‐contextualizaUon InterpretaUon Experiment, express Knowledge 4. Co-­‐contextualizaUon SocializaUon Share, empathize, synchronize Competence 5. Trans-­‐ contextualizaUon TranslaUon Bridge, realize a new combinaUon Capability 6. MulU-­‐ contextualizaUon Diffusion Engagement, scaling Value constellaUons Based on “Value Orchestra?on PlaAorms in Business and Communi?es”, Kyoichi Jim Kijima, 6.5.2014
  8. 8. Three PlaBorm Management Strategies - Co-experience - Co-elevation - Co-definition - Co-development Strategies Value co-creation Process Value Value Orchestration Platform Users co-­‐creaUon Process Providers Co-experience For Economies of Scale For Economies of Scope For Economies of Based on “Value Orchestra?on PlaAorms in Business and Communi?es”, Kyoichi Jim Kijima, 6.5.2014 Kari Mikkelä & Lars Miikki 22.8.2014 UrbanMill@JärvelinDesignOy Proximity (Mikkelä1992) 1. Involvement • Inviting to co-experience and co-definition process • Resource attraction through open access 2. Curation • Re-examining content and meaning of existing information and putting a new interpretation. 3. Empowerment • Promoting co-elevation and co-development procss • Motivating to solve wicked urban problems.
  9. 9. Japanese Service Qualia thinking as part of the Urban Mill Prac3ces Not feed-back but anticipation Kari Mikkelä & Lars Miikki 22.8.2014 UrbanMill@JärvelinDesignOy 9 Co-­‐experience Co-­‐definiUon • AnUcipaUon of needs of customers Co-­‐elevaUon CO-­‐development • Service creaUvity on stakeholder’s iniUaUve Source: Value Orchestra?on PlaAorms in Business and Communi?es, Kyoichi Jim Kijima, 6.5.2014
  10. 10. 6 Value Co-­‐crea3on Levels and 8 Value Co-­‐ crea3on Processes 6 Ecosystem Service Value 5 4 Co-orchest-ration Co-­‐effectua?on 3 Co-elevation Co-development 2 Kari Mikkelä & Lars Miikki 22.8.2014 UrbanMill@JärvelinDesignOy 10 Users Co-­‐learning Users Interaction Providers Providers Users and providers are local represen-tations of their global creative ecosystems - people interlink communities and institutions Impact Co-experience Co-definition Co-­‐design Co-engagement Co-implementation Community Platform Service Value Kari Mikkelä and Lars Miikki 13.8.2014; Based on “Value Orchestra?on PlaAorms in Business and Communi?es”, Kyoichi Jim Kijima, 6.5.2014 Global Urban Innovation Ecosystem 1
  11. 11. Ongoing RDI: User-­‐driven Co-­‐Orchestra3on Enabled by Sensi3ve Digital Memory PlaBorm http://bit.ly/1txOZUO http://urbanmill.org/ http://tag.urbanmill.org/tag/15227?a e.g. Linked Open Aalto Data Service: ”University data should be open for reuse and transparency (when possible), interlinked with each other for enriching it, and available as datasets and operational web services for easy application development.” http://urbanmill.org/caven-kaytto/ Underlining System Model Source: EcoUrbanLiving -­‐ Espoo as an Innova?on Hub in 2020 (2011) Kari Mikkelä & Lars Miikki 22.8.2014 UrbanMill@JärvelinDesignOy 11 http://data.aalto.fi Urban Mill Contextual PlaBorm Urban Mill Ar3facts Urban Mill Applica3ons Urban Mill Digital Services http://www.meetin.gs/

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