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Open Innovation Process And Workshop


A 'naming of the parts' brief series of slides to outline our planned (or is that 'intended' Open Innovation Process

A 'naming of the parts' brief series of slides to outline our planned (or is that 'intended' Open Innovation Process

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  • As suggested earlier, if we seek to draw people in to a collaborative approach to the eco-system, it seemed to make sense to start as we meant to go along, with the process of designing and building the eco-system itself. So we looked around for examples of open innovation processes. It should be noted that we won’t be slavishly following the examples listed here. When we reflected upon the experience of attending SI Camp Glasgow in the summer, it was readily apparent that the camp process (Friday evening to Sunday afternoon) would effectively exclude people with family commitments and others with long-term conditions who might not have the stamina for intensive work over such an extended period. We need to develop a process that will enable people of all types to be able to make their own various contributions – so although our current thinking is outlined in the draft timeline on slide 46 , we know this will unfold as we go along!


  • 1. Aliss and the open innovation process
    • Models include:
    • Social Innovation camp
    • ‘ user-centred design’
    • Open Ventures Challenge
    • We’re planning to meld these
    • Recruit via
      • LTC Alliance member organisations
      • ‘ Geeks with Heart’ networks
    • Warm-up workshops/meetups for both communities
    • An innovation workshop – pace the event so that people with LTCs can make a real contribution at the time
    • Broker subsequent support from wider ICT and Change communities
      • range of prototype applications
      • business plans
  • 2. Open Innovation Process timeline 1
  • 3. Open Innovation Process timeline 2
  • 4. MyExperience Workshops
    • Late Jan – mid March
    • Glasgow; Edinburgh; Perth
    • 20-25 participants
    • Key factors:
      • We hope to involve
        • People with long-term conditions
        • Unpaid carers
        • listeners
      • Story-telling
      • Enjoyable; exchange
      • Maybe a discovery-learning party-bag to take-away?
  • 5. The Innovation Workshop
    • 11 th . – 12 th . March 2010
    • At the LTCAS Hub
    • 55-60 participants
    • Key factors
      • Ideas/projects to tackle
        • from earlier A&D work, and workshops
      • We hope to involve
        • People with LTCs
        • Geeks with heart
        • supporters
      • Incubator/nursery not rabid competition
        • E.g. Comparing notes as we go along
        • Business model, intended stakeholders, etc. as well as code
  • 6. What happens afterwards?
    • Thoughts so far:
      • Products to be open-source?
        • Re-use is a good problem to have
      • People do need to make a living at some point
      • Joint/social enterprises?
        • And business models generally
      • More nurturing?
        • But do need to strive for sustainability!