Scottish Leaders Forum - Geoff Mulgan, Nesta - Keynote Presentation

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Geoff Mulgan, Nesta (National Endowment for Science Technology and the Arts) Keynote Presentation at Scottish Leaders Forum plenary event on "Supporting Resilient Communities: the Role of Public Service Leaders". 2 November 2012

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Scottish Leaders Forum - Geoff Mulgan, Nesta - Keynote Presentation

  1. 1. Scottish Leaders Forum November 2012 Geoff Mulgan
  2. 2. • Community as nostalgia – the glorious 1950s• Community as politicians’ rhetoric - Big Society, Active Community• Community as something done to poor people by professionals• Community as punishment (‘community service’)• Community as intrusive neighbours
  3. 3. Sonar – Serendipity networking• a mobile app that tells you when your friends and friends’ friends are nearby, revealing the hidden connections and small world moments you might have otherwise missed• By leveraging social and location data from networks like Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare and LinkedIn, Sonar gives you context about the people surrounding you, and helps introduce you to relevant people who share your interests, friends and professional contacts
  4. 4. 1 Resilience, 2 communityinnovations, 3 systems change
  5. 5. RESILIENCE
  6. 6. • The positive effect of community - 148 studies high levels of social integration conferred a 50% increased likelihood of survival (and happiness correlates with knowing your neighbours)• The negative effect of community - neighbourhood effect long thought to damage socially excluded (but latest Scottish research calls into question).
  7. 7. Which kind of community?
  8. 8. How do you cope in a crisis?
  9. 9. Assets Capabilities ConnectionsSelfCommunitySystems
  10. 10. Assets Capabilities ConnectionsSelfCommunity ?Systems
  11. 11. COMMUNITYINNOVATIONS
  12. 12. Community as owner
  13. 13. Community as eyes and ears
  14. 14. Community as shared resources:collaborative consumption (books to cars)
  15. 15. Community as support structure
  16. 16. Community as prescription GP practice Newcastle Clinicians Voluntary sector Health trainerSocial prescribing Activities, support, connections 22
  17. 17. Community: turning strangers into neighbours
  18. 18. Community as teacher
  19. 19. Community as target for investment
  20. 20. Community as self-determinationNeighbourhood challenge
  21. 21. Community as shared decision-making
  22. 22. Community as prevention 29
  23. 23. Community as a way of seeing: WARM
  24. 24. The Relational State? To, for and with
  25. 25. state Government delivers packages of service to passive citizenscitizen
  26. 26. More reciprocal relationships with citizens and between citizensCitizen StateCitizen
  27. 27. Embedded public services … schools, GPs, ruralbuses, mutualised post office; mobilisation as well as management
  28. 28. SYSTEMS
  29. 29. Systemic changeTo get from here... ...to here......many things need to change in tandem
  30. 30. Transforming a systemNew Recalibratedtechnologies, prod marketsucts and services BehaviouralNew policies and change, communitregulations y action
  31. 31. Transforming the eldercare system?New technologies, Recalibrated marketsproducts and services Social Impact Bonds, PBR Age Unlimited Scotland People Powered HealthNew policies and Behavioural change,regulations community action
  32. 32. Is there any other way to sustain public value with less money?

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