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  • Open Declaration one year after: success or failure?
    David.Osimo@Tech4i2.com
  • The idea
    Bridge the gap between web 2.0 and government
    Build together a collaborative declaration alongside the “closed” Ministerial declaration
    Not a citizens’ declaration, but an open declaration
  • The process
    Create a core group
    Large scale brainstorm
    Collaboratively draft a first version
    Open up for comments
    Draft the final declaration
    Open up for endorsement
  • The results
    800 votes in the brainstorming, and 2000+ endorsements
    Obtained to present it officially in the Ministerial Conference
    Total tech costs: 55 euros (and no development skills)
    Good enough?
  • Lessons learnt
    First do, then ask permission
    Little direct policy impact, more policy inspiration?
    Adaptive leadership: the need for a “design thinking” approach
    Never get your hands off the steering wheel
  • CROSSROAD: the limits of Gov20
  • CROSSROAD: the opportunities of next generation policy making
  • CROSSROAD: the opportunities of next generation policy making
    Thanks! Any question?
    david.osimo@tech4i2.com
    @osimod