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City Partnerships Challenge

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City Partnerships Challenge
Capacity Building Program
Global Compact Cities Programme
Presented by Michael Nolan
12th November, 2018

Published in: Government & Nonprofit
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City Partnerships Challenge

  1. 1. City Partnerships Challenge Accelerating partnered projects that matter and attract investment
  2. 2. City Partnerships Challenge Capacity Building Program 12 – 16 November 2018 [Insert picture here]
  3. 3. Key Deliverables: 1. Innovation Sprint 2. Exploration of partnership model 3. Develop Partnership Action Plan 4. Pitch partnership action plan Overview of Week
  4. 4. Capacity Building Program Objectives Build participant capacity to: • Design partnerships with measured impact – multiple benefits • Develop partnerships with government, private and civil society sectors • Design partnership governance structures to ensure ethics and transparency • Design in self-sustaining revenue streams and government enabling to attract partners and finance
  5. 5. Innovation Sprint Agenda 10.00-10.30 Welcomes 10.30-11.00 Context and overview 11.00-11.20 Break 11.20-12.30 World café project engagement 12.30-1.00 Lunch 1.00-2.30 Open space and innovation sprint 2.30-2.50 Break 2.50-3.50 Innovation sprint and prioritisation 3.50-4.30 Report back on priorities & next steps 4.30-5.30 Networking drinks
  6. 6. Innovation Sprint • 3 minute verbal introduction of your project • Picking key topics from open space exercise for innovation group(s) for your partnership • Ask for details of potential partners that others suggest • Consider key barriers and opportunities that you would like the students to focus on for their hackathon work over the coming days
  7. 7. City Partnerships Challenge Accelerating partnered projects that matter and attract investment
  8. 8. Welcome to Country Ian Hunter Wurundjeri Elder
  9. 9. Welcome to RMIT Professor Calum Drummond Deputy Vice-Chancellor - Research RMIT University
  10. 10. Rules of Conduct for the Day Rules of the game Respect Listening Adding Timing Stories Initiation Treat confidential as ‘Sacred Business’ United Nations Declaration of Rights for Indigenous Peoples Principles for Indigeneity Not a one way path. Needs to be a two way path. How can Indigenous approaches and principles help us?
  11. 11. Innovation Sprint Agenda 10.00-10.30 Welcomes 10.30-11.00 Context and overview 11.00-11.20 Break 11.20-12.30 World café project engagement 12.30-1.00 Lunch 1.00-2.30 Open space and innovation sprint 2.30-2.50 Break 2.50-3.50 Innovation sprint and prioritisation 3.50-4.30 Report back on priorities & next steps 4.30-5.30 Networking drinks
  12. 12. • Toilets • Safety and Evacuation • Team House Keeping
  13. 13. RMIT-Guest wifi network 1. Go to wireless access on your device 2. Click on RMIT-Guest 3. Click on ‘Event’ 4. Enter the code: 188014 5. Enter your details and agree to terms 6. Click the ‘Log In’ button
  14. 14. Video consent We will be making a short (3-4 minute) video of this event. It will be put online on 2 websites: - the UN Global Compact Cities Programme website https://citiesprogramme.org/ & - the RMIT Entrepreneurship & Start-Up Association (RESA) https://www.rusu.rmit.edu.au/Clubs/ENTREPRENEURS No-one will be identified by name unless asked directly If you do not want to appear in this video - please let Michelle McGann know and she will provide you with an identifier
  15. 15. City Partnerships Challenge Innovation Sprint 12 November 2018 [Insert picture here]
  16. 16. Innovation Sprint Objectives: • Test and expand project business case with potential partners • Innovate solutions to key barriers • Prioritise solutions/changes • Safe space to stick out your neck Image: Shabnam Siddiqui
  17. 17. United Nations Global Compact since 2000 World’s largest corporate responsibility initiative = 9,000+ businesses
  18. 18. 18 INTRODUCTION Cities are increasingly recognized as our best opportunity to achieve the agreed Global Goals for Sustainable Development, and address the most pressing Environmental, Social and Economic challenges of our time. ‘Through an applied process with the UN Global Compact family, build capacity of local governments to collaborate with private sector and civil society to create and implement transformative sustainable urban projects that can attract investment’
  19. 19. 2003 established by the Committee for Melbourne and the City of Melbourne with UN Secretary General Kofi Anan Where did we come from… RMIT University has been host of the International Secretariat since 2008 Applied ‘Collaboration Model’ for complex urban challenges Grew to 100 cities by 2015
  20. 20. BC3 - Business Council on Climate Change San Francisco Leading CS Network model - uplifting impoverished communities Porto Alegre World Water Hub Milwaukee Water Innovation - technology, research and culture Leeuwarden World leading social urban transformation Medellin Sustainability, ED Maori governance, Rotorua The original MM Spiralling Utility Debt Melbourne City leading business on procurement Oslo Industry led urban social environmental sustainability Jamshedpur Regional Climate Change Adaptation with 10 councils, Port Phillip Bay ‘Angra Doce’ - sustainable tourism São Paulo & Paraná Puerto Rico The Kawasaki Compact - partner with industry Kawasaki
  21. 21. • 150+ Expressions of Interest from 40+ countries • Applications from cities, regional government, business, civil society organisations and international agencies Where we are now? 1. City and partner recruitment 2. City partnerships process 3. Applied research to accelerate formation of partnered ventures 4. Self-sustaining Local Delivery Teams City Partnerships Challenge
  22. 22. Where are we going?
  23. 23. City Partnerships – Grow Partnered City Projects
  24. 24. City Partnerships – Grow Partnered City Projects Stage 1 Business Case Development
  25. 25. City Partnerships – Grow Partnered City Projects Stage 2 Partnership Formation
  26. 26. City Partnerships – Grow Partnered City Projects Stage 2 Partnership Formation Innovation Sprint
  27. 27. Innovation Sprint Process Activity 1. World café project engagement - get to explore each project Activity 2. Open Thinking - quick exercise to get your brain working Activity 3. Open Space - allow you to shape the focus of innovation Activity 4. Innovation sprint - world café style Activity 5. Prioritisation - what are the most important outcomes Activity 6. Report back - summary of priorities
  28. 28. Activity 1. World café project engagement - get to explore each project Image: Jane Mullett Image: Jane Mullett
  29. 29. Activity 1. World café project engagement - get to explore each project Image: Jane Mullett • We sort out which project you will start at • Receive summary of project then explore challenges and solutions by asking questions • 20 minutes to explore then move to next project (Project 1 group moves to Project 2 and Project 5 moves to Project 1) • Receive quick summary of project and previous discussion then add to exploration • Then move to next project after 15 min
  30. 30. Lunch Image: Tata Steel
  31. 31. Activity 2. Open Thinking - quick exercise to get your brain working Image: Jane Mullett
  32. 32. Activity 2. Open Thinking - quick exercise to get your brain working Image: Jane Mullett • Get a pen ready and a sheet of paper • When I say GO – write down as many uses for a paper clip as you can. • You will only have 2 MINUTES • Adjust your mind to not filter or judge what you come up with • DO THIS EXERCISE IN SILIENCE • Aim for 20 things/uses
  33. 33. Activity 3. Open Space - allow you to shape the focus of innovation Image: Jane Mullett
  34. 34. Activity 3. Open Space - allow you to shape the focus of innovation Image: Jane Mullett • Get a pen ready and sticky notes • I want you to think about what you would like to focus your innovation attention on for each project • When I say GO – write down a topic or challenge or opportunity or innovation statement for each project • You will only have 10 MINUTES • Write only one innovation focus on each sticky note • Do as many sticky notes as you have time for but try to write something for each project • DO THIS EXERCISE IN SILIENCE
  35. 35. Activity 4. Innovation sprint Image: Kai Nolan – It is OK to be out there throwing stuff around
  36. 36. Activity 4. Innovation sprint - world café style Image: Jane Mullett • Project leaders sort through sticky notes and select focus areas for innovation sprint • Gather at your 1st Project group to commence • Open brain storming around focus areas – no wrong answer – do 1st circle of group so everyone can comment, then do 2nd circle then free discussion. • Explore how these innovations could work. • You will have 25 MINUTES on first group then move to next project
  37. 37. Activity 5. Prioritisation - what are the most important outcomes City Partnerships Challenge - Steering Committee
  38. 38. Activity 5. Prioritisation - what are the most important outcomes Image: Jane Mullett • You will get 10 dots • You can only put 2 dots per project • Put the dots next to a statement that you think is the most important (or most innovative) • You will have 15 MINUTES to do all 5 projects
  39. 39. Activity 6. Report back - summary of priorities • Report back on priorities for each project • 5 minutes per report Image: Kai Nolan – Almost there
  40. 40. Networking Drinks & Food • Thank you for your efforts • Please follow up with each other • How can you help? Image: Shabnam Siddiqui
  41. 41. www.citiesprogramme.org

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