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Jesse Marsh: Social and territorial innovation - Open days 2013

  1. 1. Social and Territorial Innovation Jesse Marsh Atelier / ARCA jesse@atelier.it
  2. 2. 2 - Place-based Innovation – Brussels – 8 October 2013 Challenges  Severe financial crisis  Undermining the European social model  Climate change  Directly affecting everyday life  Democratic deficit  Barrier to engagement and trust-building
  3. 3. 3 - Place-based Innovation – Brussels – 8 October 2013 Smart Specialisation  Focus on innovation to address crisis  Policy as a process  Orientation to results  Open, participatory, emergent  Social innovation  «Entrepreneurial discovery»  Place-based approach to specialisation  Regional strengths, macro-regional ecosystems
  4. 4. 4 - Place-based Innovation – Brussels – 8 October 2013 Innovation (technical)
  5. 5. 5 - Place-based Innovation – Brussels – 8 October 2013 Innovation (anthropological)
  6. 6. 6 - Place-based Innovation – Brussels – 8 October 2013 Social Innovation  Social demand innovations  Respond to social demands that are traditionally not addressed by the market or existing institutions and are directed towards vulnerable groups in society.  Societal Challenges  Focuses on innovations of society as a whole through the integration of the social, the economic, and the environmental.  Systemic change  The most ambitious and to an extent encompassing the other two, is achieved through a process of organisational development and changes in relations between institutions and stakeholders. BEPA, «Empowering people, driving change: Social innovation in the European Union», 2011
  7. 7. 7 - Place-based Innovation – Brussels – 8 October 2013 Territorial innovation Source: Marsh 2011 (ERDF TC MED MedLab Project)
  8. 8. 8 - Place-based Innovation – Brussels – 8 October 2013 Quadruple Helix ARTICULATION OF TERRITORIAL CAPITAL POLITICAL COMMITMENT OPEN GOVERNMENT DEVELOPMENT OF INNOVATION MODELS ARTICULATION OF INNOVATION DEMAND TERRITORIAL INNOVATION
  9. 9. 9 - Place-based Innovation – Brussels – 8 October 2013 Innovation Landscape Source: Marsh 2013 (FormezPA – S3 Sicily)
  10. 10. 10 - Place-based Innovation – Brussels – 8 October 2013 Stages of innnovation
  11. 11. 11 - Place-based Innovation – Brussels – 8 October 2013 Looking Outwards MED Space Smart Specialisation Potentials Strengths Weaknesses Climate, authenticity of lifestyles Cultural diversity and identity Creativity, artisan tradition Emergent innovation capacity Outdated infrastructures Low level of trust in public sphere Industrial fragmentation Dependence on external finance Opportunities Threats Emergent economic models Value of authenticity Immigration Maker economy Destructive power of austerity Regional conflicts Vulnerability to climate change Cultural homogeneisation
  12. 12. 12 - Place-based Innovation – Brussels – 8 October 2013 MED Space Vision Collective Creativity Trans-local socio-economic ecosystems Territorial innovation Community scale partnerships
  13. 13. 13 - Place-based Innovation – Brussels – 8 October 2013 Creativeness  Efficiency  Left brain  Continuity  Stability  Kronos  Seriality  Creativity  Right brain  Innovation  Disruption  Kairos  Uniqueness
  14. 14. 14 - Place-based Innovation – Brussels – 8 October 2013 Creative people SCHNEIDERMANN 2000
  15. 15. 15 - Place-based Innovation – Brussels – 8 October 2013 Creative Cities Dimensions Criteria Economic Social Environ- mental Cultural Critical mass Diversity Accessibility Safety and security Identity and distinctiveness Innovativeness Linkage and synergy Competitiveness Organisational Capacity From Charles Landry/Comedia, “Helsinki: Towards a Creative City, Seizing the Opportunity and Maximising Potential”
  16. 16. 16 - Place-based Innovation – Brussels – 8 October 2013 Creative Regions Centrum Peripheria Mediterranea Heritage Industrial ArtiCultural AgriCultural Culture Conformity Diversity Interculturality Target Large organisations Networked organisations Non-profits, NGOs Markets Mass markets Niche markets Barter markets Networks Capital-based Social networks Exchange- based Technology Transfer- dominance Adaptation- autonomy Ad-hocism Policy Industrial Cohesion Social Innovation MARSH, DG XIII ACTS “ASIS” 1998-2000
  17. 17. 17 - Place-based Innovation – Brussels – 8 October 2013 Innovation Policy?
  18. 18. 18 - Place-based Innovation – Brussels – 8 October 2013 Creative Policy  Creative about anchoring research activities to the region’s resources and needs  Creative about reading and harnessing hidden energies in your communities  Creative about the opportunities for institutional and process innovation  Creative about new models for employment, well- being, and inclusiveness  Creative about addressing the challenges we face
  19. 19. 19 - Place-based Innovation – Brussels – 8 October 2013 Policy as Process Substance Process Vision Governance Frameworks Policy tools Measures Indicators 2 3 4 5 1 2 34 5 Policy-maker’s path Proposal writer’s path 1 6 6 Citizen/beneficiary path 1 2 3 4 5 6
  20. 20. 20 - Place-based Innovation – Brussels – 8 October 2013 Policy as Learning
  21. 21. Thank you for your attention Jesse Marsh Atelier / ARCA jesse@atelier.it

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