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Slides used on screen during main room assembly at nordic camp 2012. Not alltogether understandable without the oral part to supplement it, but, hey - for what it is worth - here it is.

Slides used on screen during main room assembly at nordic camp 2012. Not alltogether understandable without the oral part to supplement it, but, hey - for what it is worth - here it is.

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  1. 1. Camp Oslo 2012
  2. 2. Practical information breaks / smokes and toilet coffee and fruit lunch, dinner facilitators popcorn and softice phones, ipads and pc´s how we work, hands up, yes, yes I made a mistake
  3. 3. you are here
  4. 4. you are here
  5. 5. Lavrans Løvlie Livework
  6. 6. Strategic challenges how and why is this challenge important and relevant to your situation.
  7. 7. challenge 1 Partnerships Library services for citizens increasingly depend on partnerships with organizations, businesses and volunteers, to some degree resulting in lack of control of the library-values and purpose. how and why is this challenge important and relevant to your situation.
  8. 8. challenge 2 Embracing new formats Libraries as places for great stories must embrace new formats, interactive and living presentations in order to stay vibrant and relevant. how and why is this challenge important and relevant to your situation.
  9. 9. challenge 3 Changing business models Digital media and new publishing formats challenge the traditional business model for physical media. We used to focus on lending out physical items – in the future we need to give access to leased material. Pay per use is putting pressure upon library resources and user accessibility. how and why is this challenge important and relevant to your situation.
  10. 10. challenge 4 User-user > < library recommendation Traditional library recommendations and quality evaluations are challenged by "private libraries" and shared playlists. how and why is this challenge important and relevant to your situation.
  11. 11. challenge 5 Library values > < public management The value of Nordic public libraries as democratic space is continuously challenged by public management values (target management, efficiency, unstaffed services etc.) – things that can be easily measured and calculated. how and why is this challenge important and relevant to your situation.
  12. 12. challenge 6 Community Libraries need to address learning and cultural experience for all citizens, and support connectivity in a diverse society. how and why is this challenge important and relevant to your situation.
  13. 13. challenge 7 Library brand The image of the library is strongly connected to books. how and why is this challenge important and relevant to your situation.
  14. 14. challenge 8 Competences In the future the library space will be alive with many new players and there will be a need for a great variety of competences. how and why is this challenge important and relevant to your situation.
  15. 15. challenge 9 Transforming Library Space Library spaces are filled with books, blocking areas for possible activities. Half of the library users do not borrow anything, but come to use other facilities at the physical libraries. how and why is this challenge important and relevant to your situation.
  16. 16. challenge 10 Families and children Families and children in the Nordic countries live in an increasingly media dominated reality that in many ways creates a higher level of segregation. There is a need for families to have common cultural experiences and learning opportunities. how and why is this challenge important and relevant to your situation.
  17. 17. challenge 11 Library legitimacy Library budgets are constantly challenged by a decreasing public economy. how and why is this challenge important and relevant to your situation.
  18. 18. grab a challenge 20 m inutes (first come first serve) All challenges are on the walls. Put your post-its on the challenge find a challenge worth fighting for - grab it (first come first serve) reflect together - add post-its to support the reason why the challenge is important - and move on
  19. 19. 1 m in Challenge pitch ute ea ch Why this challenge is most important to work with in the camp.
  20. 20. 10 m inutes Vote place your stickers on the two challenges you find the most important to work with in the camp
  21. 21. treasure hunt - outside 20 m inutes find the hidden kinder eggs outside. If you find more than one egg- you earn extra points - (but you should share the chocolate with those who don´t find any)
  22. 22. join your group 15 m inutes find a seat at your group number, meet your group colleagues and facilitator - game receive winning challenges
  23. 23. Creating moodboards Your facilitator takes you to your group-room
  24. 24. Welcome back game
  25. 25. Facilitator presents current library situation in their cities Start in your group rooms - when the horn sounds move to the next room (increasing numbers)
  26. 26. A T O N E Designing better services A service innovation process
  27. 27. group sessio n s 90 m inutes A T O N E Designing better Actors Offerings services Experiences A service innovation process Touchpoints Needs
  28. 28. Village square 45 m inutes Put your cartoon posters on the wall in this big room and the hallway outside One group member stays by the poster Other participants choose a hat, and move freely around, listening to the presentation of the ideas, and give feedback on post-it notes corresponding with the attitude on the hat. (no two-way discussions)
  29. 29. good morning!
  30. 30. this far Grunerløkka - Kenneth, party, quiz, and secret friend Lavrans Løvlie, servicedesign - external inspirator Silent reflection on challenges Discussing and grabbing challenges Pitching and voting on challenges - Treasurehunt - kindereggs in the garden Getting together in groups, and receiving challenges Making moodboards, visual collage describing the field of the challenge Pitches from the five libraries - current situation today A T O N E analyzis - mapping actors, touchpoints, offerings, needs and experience making cartoons with bulletpoints - describing the field of the challenge races outside, rope pulling, sack jumping, and eggs in spoons
  31. 31. this far Village square with paper-hat characters summing up the village square Secret walks in pairs Making and holding presentations for another groop - with feedback Morning exercise Testing the solution with different characters Summing up the feedback from yesterdays pitch Expanding on the idea; what if - then Filling in the form Creating presentations
  32. 32. Camp Oslo 2012

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