Jane Jacobs. The Death and Life of Great American Cities

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  • The three broad goals for i-Waterfront are Environmental, Economic and Social, all driven by new innovation strategies
  • Jane Jacobs. The Death and Life of Great American Cities

    1. 1. Goals for the 21st Century SMART Community ENVIRONMENT ECONOMIC INNOVATION SOCIAL© 2011 All Rights Reserved: Hutchison Management International
    2. 2. The ideal Smart Community “Where Jane Jacobs meets Clayton Christensen” “SMART & COMFORTABLE” Jane Jacobs “The Death and Life of Great American Cities“ Clayton Christensen: Author of seven books including the New York Times best sellers: The Innovator’s Dilemma and the Innovator’s Solution.)© 2011 All Rights Reserved: Hutchison Management International
    3. 3. Intelligent Community Open Architecture: i-COA® Model Live, Learn, Work, Play LIFE i-Health, i-Education, i-Government, i-Community, i-Business, i-Arts, i-Traffic Innovation, Open Information, Synergy SOLUTIONS Collaboration, Creativity, Social Networks Open Access Ultra Broadband, Roads COLLABORATION Rail, Transit, Water, Energy, Waste ECOSYSTEM Buildings, Parks, Rivers, Waterfronts INVESTMENT INFRASTRUCTURE HUMAN RESOURCES MARKETING TheLeadership Accelerators PLACE GLOBALIZATION© 2011 All Rights Reserved: Hutchison Management International
    4. 4. The ROLE of Each Layer in i-COA Sustainable Social and Economic Values Economic and are Created Here Social Prosperity! COLLABORATION SOLUTIONS LIFE ECOSYSTEM INFRASTRUCTURE PLACE Competitive Ultra Broadband: It attracts investment and Iconic Architecture, Mountains, Rivers etc Digital Media Companies Brand Creation© 2011 All Rights Reserved: Hutchison Management International

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