1. More sustainable public policies : can policy-‐making 2.0 help? INSITE MEETING David Osimo, Tech4i2.com www.crossover-‐eu.net #pm20
2. KEY CHALLENGES OF SUSTAINABLE POLICIES Gain a shared understanding and describe the problems at stake Design crea>ve solu>ons Make sure they are recognized and implemented by government Make people understand the long-‐term implica>ons of their behaviour Make people actually change their behaviour Fund sustainability ini>a>ves Monitor the environmental performance of countries Evaluate the impact of policies
3. DISTANT CAUSES AND EFFECTS AND SHORTERMISM
4. WHAT IS POLICY-‐MAKING 2.0 TOOLS VALUES Open data Open up to external Social networks and contribu>ons earlier in the crowdsourcing process Visualisa>on Enable peer-‐to-‐peer collabora>on between Simula>on and modeling par>cipants Serious gaming Design for unexpected ques>ons/contribu>ons (Raw data, open ques>ons) Be very clear and usable when you ask for help Account for real humans not simpliﬁed abstract en>>es
5. Uservoice, Etherpad ideascale Forum, Co-ment.com blogs, Policy twitter Brainstorming Drafting tools solutions proposals Revising Open proposals Policy Google Discussion tasks moderator Policy design Social Ensure networks Set priorities Buy-inCollaborat Identify Agenda Policy Impleme Collaborativ ive problems setting cycle ntation Challenge e actionvisualizati .gov on Monitor Induce Collect evaluation behavioural evidenceEvidencechal change Persuasive lenge.com technologies Monitor Anallyze data Collect execution feedback Open data Open Data Participatr visualization y sensing
6. SHARED UNDERSTANDING: OPEN DATA VISUALIZATION http://stateofworkingamerica.org/who-gains/#/?start=2000&end=2008
7. CREATIVE SOLUTIONS: THE CASE OF IDEARIO FOR CAGLIARI
12. POLICY EVALUATION: TRACKING THE PERFORMANCE OF COUNTRIES
13. KEY QUESTIONS Are these the problems that need to be addressed? Are these solu>ons suﬃcient to solve the problems? What else is needed?
14. YOUR QUESTIONS? Further informa>on: Visit www.crossover-‐project.eu Post ques>ons/needs on h_p://crossover.uservoice.com Share experiences on the Policy-‐Making 2.0 group on Linkedin h_p://egov20.wordpress.com @osimod David.email@example.com
16. IT’S NOT ABOUT “TOTAL CITIZENSHIP” • Producing 100% attention data • Commenting, 10% reviewing, curating • Producing 1% content/ services Source: IPTS estimation based on Eurostat, IPSOS-MORI, Forrester
17. WE SHOULD DESIGN GOV 2.0 FOR BART, NOT ONLY FOR LISA Hat tip: Carter and Dance, Nytimes.com 1 7
18. VIEWS FROM THE FIELD “There are more smart people outside government than within it” (Bill Joy) “the coolest thing to do with your data will be thought of by someone else” (Rufus Pollock) “A problem shared is a problem halved ...and a pressure group created” (Paul Hodgkin – Pa>entOpinion.com) “it’s about pressure points, chinks in the armour where improvements might be possible, whether with the consent of government or not” (Tom Steinberg, Mysociety.org) “many par>cipants in the process dilute the eﬀect of bad apples or unconstruc>ve par>cipants” (Beth Noveck, Peertopatent.org) 1 8
19. HOW TO DO IT: INNOVATION WITHOUT PERMISSION A_ract and build internal competences Ask for help in the Open Source community Copy and use ready-‐made tools Valorize risk-‐taking internally Not completely bo_om-‐up: a design approach Permanent beta, con>nuous strive for usability Start experimen>ng!