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ACSI stands for a new generation innovation agenda. It aims to channel academic knowledge to create innovative solutions helping to tackle societal challenges. It serves as a stepping stone for ...

ACSI stands for a new generation innovation agenda. It aims to channel academic knowledge to create innovative solutions helping to tackle societal challenges. It serves as a stepping stone for creating a global networking culture that links operators at the forefront of the development to innovative collaboration. Representing a new type of an innovation conference, ACSI's main engines and actors in charge are the Aalto University and the New Club of Paris.

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  • 1. Aalto Camp for Societal Innovation ACSI ACSI 2010 Proto Camp Dipoli June 28 th to July 5 th 2010
    • March 2010
  • 2.
    • In the end of typical project based innovation activities, the platform, channels, contacts and community seize to exist.
    • In the worst case, ideas are not further incubated and implemented.
    • Experimentation and quick prototyping are terminated and the acquired results often go to waste.
    Challenges for Innovation
    • Aalto Camp for Societal Innovation ACSI
    • March 2010 PS, MM, MPI
  • 3.
    • New-generation innovation activities are complex and global by nature. They are increasingly based on steering that supports self organization.
    • Therefore we need :
    • A new-generation innovation agenda bringing forth a concept, operating mode and network for the development of a global innovation platform.
    • Innovation activity which gives rise to an international, self-fortifying innovation community integrating research, learning and innovation.
    • New type of frontier zones and developer forums which will be emerged in connection with this new innovation activity.
    • Integration of different disciplines and nationalities into innovation nodes which opens new doors both for society and university.
    What We Need for Innovation?
    • Aalto Camp for Societal Innovation ACSI
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  • 4.
    • ACSI is a meta-level innovation platform that networks researcher and user communities.
    • It builds up a global, self-renewing collaboration network and integrates global societal innovation activities for learning, research and rapid implementation.
    • ACSI will create an innovative operating mode that incorporates the annual Aalto Camps into university research, teaching as well as global innovation activities throughout the year.
    • The international ACSI community produces innovative solutions meeting the needs of real life cases of society and enterprises.
    Aalto Camp for Societal Innovation - ACSI
    • Aalto Camp for Societal Innovation ACSI
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  • 5. ACSI Continuous Innovation Process
    • Aalto Camp for Societal Innovation ACSI
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    Engagement of Global Networks Orchestration and Method Facilitation Global ACSI Learning Environment Themes Case Ideas Research, Development, Innovation and Learning Networks Users, Researchers, Students and Experts Substance Facilitation ACSI Camp Emergence of New Knowledge and Innovations Trends Signals Changes Challenges Opportunities Collaborative Virtual Teams Actors (A) Elaboration of Themes and Cases A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A
  • 6. ACSI as a Meta-level Platform
    • Aalto Camp for Societal Innovation ACSI
    • April 2010 PS, MM, MPI
    • An open innovation community
    • Intelligent connection of people and their brainchildren
    • Creative virtual and physical spaces that can boost individual and communal creativity
    • Tools for information processing and versatile innovation front end
    Concept development and business analysis Teaching and R&D processes Grounded on open innovation and networking Versatile front end for open innovation
    • Aalto Camp for Societal Innovation ACSI
    • Knowledge Triangle based innovation
    • Self-organizing innovation process
    • Researchers, students, firms and public institutions develop together solution models to societal challenges
    • Public Sector as a platform for innovations
    Innovation Spin-ins and Spin-offs
    • Living Labs and other User Driven Open Innovation Activities
    • Experimentation and co-creation structures with real users in real life environments
    • Users together with researchers, firms and public institutions develop together novel solutions
    • Ability to connect and engage to the lowest bottom end of users
    T. Santonen, R. Kuusisto, L.Miikki, M.Pirttivaara (2010) A A A A A A A A A A A A
  • 7.
    • Aalto Camp for Societal Innovation ACSI
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    Networking, group dynamics Collaborative content and solution model provision ACSI Learning Environment Time before the camp Camp Time after the camp ACSI Overall Architecture
  • 8. ACSI 2010 Teams
    • Aalto Camp for Societal Innovation ACSI
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    Networks Observation model for concept development Case Team 3 Core Group Case Team 4 Core Group Case Team 6 Core Group Case Team 2 Core Group Case Team 5 Core Group Case Team 1 Core Group ACSI Observation Team
  • 9. An international ACSI 2010 proto takes place in Finland June 28th to July 5th
    • Aalto Camp for Societal Innovation ACSI
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    • The ACSI 2010 prototype will bring forth:
    • A new-generation concept of societal innovation,
    • A global researcher and developer network for societal innovations with the related platforms, methods, and leadership.
    • Models and channels for societal decision making and implementation for swiftly integrating innovations into practice.
    • An international learning environment for societal innovations, anchored in Finland.
    • Eight days and approximately 60 participants including 30 participants from abroad: professors, students, post-graduate students, and working life experts.
    • Three themes and six cases
    • Within Aalto University, the endeavour will be headed by director Markku Markkula and professor Pirjo Ståhle.
  • 10. ACSI 2010 Proto Camp - Themes and Cases
    • Aalto Camp for Societal Innovation ACSI
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    Theme 1. Learning in Knowledge Society Theme 2. Strategic Design of Communities Theme 3. New Service Concepts for Ageing People Substance Facilitation ACSI Learning Environment Method Facilitation d1 d2 d3 d4 d6 d5 d8 d7 Orchestration and production team Professor Case Teams:10 persons, professors, researchers, students, experts Practical arrangements of the teams: Laurea students
  • 11. ACSI 2010 - Proto Camp Day by Day
    • Aalto Camp for Societal Innovation ACSI
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    Theory & Practice Group Work and Team Building Case Site Visits Group Work 1 Out of the box Group Work 2 and Excursion to Porvoo Group Work 3 ACSI Exhibition 1 3 2 4 5 6 7 8 Lectures about theory and empirical practice of innovation activity and its significance for society. Theoretical frameworks for innovation, which will be deepened and studied during the camp. Group Work at Dipoli and Team Building at Nuuksio National Park. Starting of the case teamwork. The groups make a one-day visit to their case site: presentations, interviews, working, local activities. Facilitated work in groups and themes. The groups work on their own case and familiarize themselves with the cases processed in the other groups: sharing experiences and material. Attendee presentations: new innovation openings from the world, introduction to new theory and implementations. Several tracks. In-depth, experimental approach to social innovations. Social impact. Site visits. Facilitated work in groups and themes. The groups work on their own case and familiarize themselves with the cases processed in the other groups: sharing experiences and material. Dinner cruise back to Otaniemi. Working in groups: consolidating insights and creating prototypes to demonstrate outcomes for the final day exhibition. Presentation of outcomes in ACSI Exhibition. Conference conclusion.
  • 12.
    • ACSI will be based on Knowledge Triangle methodology, self-organising innovation and concepts of rapid prototyping. This means that the ACSI core operations
    • are actualized through the integration of learning, research and innovation into a coherent series of tasks,
    • are orchestrated, facilitated and measured, and
    • take place in ACSI Learning Environment where they are supported by relevant administration tasks.
    • The Knowledge Triangle method will be translated into a systematic operating concept which will crystallize the methodological and pedagogical core of the integration of research, education and innovation
    • The conceptualized operation mode will allow a gradual implementation of a way of working that minimizes diverse interfaces and creates flexible connections between different actors in the society.
    ACSI Operating Methodology
    • Aalto Camp for Societal Innovation ACSI
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  • 13. Dynamics of Knowledge Co-creation in ACSI
    • Aalto Camp for Societal Innovation ACSI
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    Net-working Observing Questio-ning Associ-ating Experi-menting Imple-menting Scoring Co-creating new knowledge L.Miikki ja M.Pirttivaara (2009). Developed from Dyer, J.H., Gregersen, H.B. & Christensen, C.M. (2009): The Innovator’s DNA. Harvard Business Review, 87:12.
  • 14. ACSI Operational Mode
    • Aalto Camp for Societal Innovation ACSI
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    Administration of ACSI Learning Environment Personnel Resources and Recruitment Finance and Accounting Physical Facilities Social Media and Platform Solutions Communication and Publishing Orchestration of ACSI Innovation Activity Network and Partnership Engagement Network Communication Quality Emergence and Assurance ACSI Concept Development
    • Knowledge Triangle based innovation
    • Self-organizing innovation process
    • Public Sector as a platform for innovations
    Research Education Innovation Facilitation of Working Methods and Knowledge Creation N O Q A E I S Co-creation
  • 15.
    • ACSI is a meta-level innovation platform that networks researcher and user communities.
    • ACSI builds up a global, self-renewing collaboration and integrates global innovation activities for learning, research and rapid implementation.
    • ACSI will create an innovative operating mode that incorporates the annual Aalto Camps into universities’ research, teaching and innovation activities throughout the year.
    • The international ACSI community produces innovative solutions meeting the needs of real life cases of society and enterprises.
    Summary
    • Aalto Camp for Societal Innovation ACSI
    • March 2010 PS, MM, MPI