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Defining an intelligent scope for the digital economy - WAI Loop#3 Round#1

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Our latest round of innovation discussions has covered an appealing call for fearlessness by women leaders, 7 traits needed to be a smart change maker, a question on what makes cities, citizens and social ecosystems intelligent, as well as a global intent to empower the thus defined intelligent crowd. In addition, we reviewed the on-going legal framework adaptation around innovation, how the environment drew boundaries to the digital disruption, and analyzed how diversity could help understand the dynamics of change.

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Defining an intelligent scope for the digital economy - WAI Loop#3 Round#1

  1. 1. Defining an intelligent scope for the digital economy WAI Loop#3 Round#1 March 12th - April 3rd 2017 weareinnovation.org
  2. 2. Why we are innovation Picturing our human values for innovation weareinnovation.org https://weareinnovation.org/2017/03/17/because-we-dare/
  3. 3. Because we dare Being a woman does not ease leadership over complex organizations and within disrupted ecosystems. To some extent, it makes it more difficult. This may have inspired women leaders to consider how they role model in developing human capabilities to overcome this intricate framework for change. They build connected communities to inspire change. They raise smart students able to cooperate in caring, encouraging teams and working environment. Moreover, they do so in the midst of an unstable digitalized business environment, seeking to build “a fairer world.” They do so because they know the value of fearlessness, and therefore they dare. weareinnovation.org https://weareinnovation.org/2017/03/17/because-we-dare/
  4. 4. Making smart moves <<It is also the experience of “first learners” that enables to pinpoint those efforts that remain to be attained, as well as the creativity needed to become a smartly ambitious mother.>> https://weareinnovation.org/2017/03/17/because-we-dare/weareinnovation.org
  5. 5. Building smart communities <<Not only does it shape a pathway for personal successes out of unique values, it also generates further diversity, further experience sharing, further common denominators.>> https://weareinnovation.org/2017/03/17/because-we-dare/weareinnovation.org
  6. 6. Delivering systemic change <<This is how they manage to reverse apparently locked situations: they actively participate to the making of a “fairer and more stable world”.>> https://weareinnovation.org/2017/03/17/because-we-dare/weareinnovation.org
  7. 7. Inspiring change makers How do women leaders build two-way conversations for change? They care and encourage each others through engaging communities driving local change with systemic benefits. Why do they use social platforms? They seek to raise new generations of leaders who will drive agile organizations in a digitally disrupted environment full of business opportunities. https://weareinnovation.org/2017/03/17/because-we-dare/weareinnovation.org
  8. 8. Daily Pick Outlining innovation short term priorities through most popular social posts weareinnovation.org https://weareinnovation.org/2017/03/19/7-traits-of-smart-change-makers/
  9. 9. 7 traits of smart change makers In most cases, the idea of transforming threats in opportunities opens a tremendous channel to claim and defend rights that call on change makers inner sense of justice. Those socially inspired innovators build the tools and teams that deliver the “David against Goliath” surprise they need to succeed collaboratively. By gradually mastering the rules of change, smart innovation craftsmen and women get the work done without losing sight of their core values. weareinnovation.org https://weareinnovation.org/2017/03/19/7-traits-of-smart-change-makers/
  10. 10. #1 They live up their values The multiplicity of ideas needed to revive innovation is dependent on the knowledge exchange framework created within organization, its level of transparency and freedom of speech. #2 They speak up Across universities and business schools, a engaging call for change is leading teachers to adapt skills and knowledge for students growingly aware of the complex environment around their future. #3 They call on other change makers Experts and analysts keep outlining skills and attitudes to develop in order to deliver change in slowly adapting organizations. #4 They get the work done You can get some more perspiration by understanding how to make sense of your processes #5 They are keen to surprise Creating a surprise effect infers the ability to read and understand your uniformity sources to bring up something new and unusual. #6″David against Goliath” is their favorite surprise Startups indeed drive inspirational examples of driving breakthroughs in terms of technology, business models and social impact. #7 They master change You can also use horizontal, vertical, systemic and technical diversity to understand the dynamic of change. https://weareinnovation.org/2017/03/19/7-traits-of-smart-change-makers/weareinnovation.org
  11. 11. Social Innovation Understanding social needs for change weareinnovation.org https://weareinnovation.org/2017/03/26/cities-citizens-and- technologies-what-makes-social-innovation-intelligent/
  12. 12. Cities, citizens and technologies: what makes social innovation intelligent? As in many other systemic discussions, i.e. conversations that analyze the systemic dimensions of our developments, experts strongly disagree on the meaning for smart cities. Is being smart being technologically connected? Or is it the intelligence of engaged citizens, local talents and resources across a given ecosystem that makes cities smart? The digital and connected turn undertaken by socially oriented innovation initiatives encourage a number of sector transformations, showing how closely engaged businesses, citizens and local authorities can develop mutual value. https://weareinnovation.org/2017/03/26/cities-citizens-and- technologies-what-makes-social-innovation-intelligent/weareinnovation.org
  13. 13. Innovation and the city <<This may be a reason for French social innovation experts to call for an organized approach and support to develop further initiatives that create local ecosystems of human knowledge and links, beyond technologies.>> https://weareinnovation.org/2017/03/26/cities-citizens-and- technologies-what-makes-social-innovation-intelligent/weareinnovation.org
  14. 14. Social as an ambition <<It is indeed the human links and shared intelligence that help rebuild or develop diverse communities, including refugees and foreigners.>> https://weareinnovation.org/2017/03/26/cities-citizens-and- technologies-what-makes-social-innovation-intelligent/weareinnovation.org
  15. 15. Looking for social talents <<Hence also the necessity to bring further human centricity behind technologically intensive and data rich social initiatives.>> https://weareinnovation.org/2017/03/26/cities-citizens-and- technologies-what-makes-social-innovation-intelligent/weareinnovation.org
  16. 16. Inspiring Change Makers How do social innovators address core roots of social issues? They paint an accurate picture of local needs and realities to redefine “intelligence” for their cities Why do they involve local citizens, businesses and authorities? They involve local talents to create cross-generations and cross-sector benefits for society and businesses organized in ecosystems. They also seek to attract digitally connected talents. Where do they implement local ideas that may generate systemic change? They implement change within ecosystems supported by local authorities, close to existing innovation and connected infrastructures. https://weareinnovation.org/2017/03/26/cities-citizens-and- technologies-what-makes-social-innovation-intelligent/weareinnovation.org
  17. 17. Connecting dots Scoping mid-term priorities through most read articles
  18. 18. Empowering the intelligent crowd Customers and end-users are becoming knowledge savvy. They want to process information into simplest and most complex thinking models to make the right decision. This can also be used for bad purposes, and put users’ security at stake. Experts seek to investigate the human factor. They want to address the learning opportunity as well as the experience. Users want to learn more, and learn better, which challenges brands and businesses approach to information sharing. https://weareinnovation.org/2017/03/28/empowering-the- intelligent-crowd/weareinnovation.org
  19. 19. Knowledge wanted https://weareinnovation.org/2017/03/28/empowering-the- intelligent-crowd/weareinnovation.org
  20. 20. The human factor https://weareinnovation.org/2017/03/28/empowering-the- intelligent-crowd/weareinnovation.org
  21. 21. “Learn more, learn better” https://weareinnovation.org/2017/03/28/empowering-the- intelligent-crowd/weareinnovation.org
  22. 22. The Big Picture A legal and environment analysis for innovation https://weareinnovation.org/2017/03/30/rethinking-legal- frameworks-is-smarter-agriculture-better-agriculture/weareinnovation.org
  23. 23. Rethinking legal frameworks - is smarter agriculture better agriculture? Although adaptations to newly developed technologies are under scrutiny, calls for rapid decision pressure regulatory bodies to understand fast changes occurring across sectors, identifying the right timing in the midst of growing emergencies such as block chain and fin tech. On the environment side, the use of technologies to reduce carbon emissions and optimize energy consumptions also question the type of intelligence that is needed to produce healthy and qualify food out of productivity and data based approaches of nature. As experts and specialists outline, across sectors and regardless of the technology analyzed, there is an emergency to assess systemic impact of innovations and include the right stakeholders, local inhabitants for instance, into decision making. https://weareinnovation.org/2017/03/30/rethinking-legal- frameworks-is-smarter-agriculture-better-agriculture/weareinnovation.org
  24. 24. Rethinking legal frameworks <<Experts highlight the time needed to adapt the legal framework around advanced and fast developing digital tools, leading to cross-sector transformations.>> https://weareinnovation.org/2017/03/30/rethinking-legal- frameworks-is-smarter-agriculture-better-agriculture/ weareinnovation.org
  25. 25. Is smarter agriculture better agriculture? <<It is about adapting industrial assets to their natural ecosystem, and identifying smart changes to re-use in circular models.>> https://weareinnovation.org/2017/03/30/rethinking-legal- frameworks-is-smarter-agriculture-better-agriculture/weareinnovation.org
  26. 26. Inspiring Change Makers Why do agile players apprehend strategies in new approaches thanks to data? Experts seek to refine current legal framework and jointly identify pain points, as well as better highlight current systemic impacts (positive or negative) of industrialized agriculture How do they break away from the usual organizational and structural concepts that relate to past ways of sharing information? Experts organize sector standards from private initiatives and call on local inhabitants to support energy transition projects. Where do they use social communications even though in early stages? They use press and media channels to promote messages to active users and readers, they seek to alert industrial stakeholders on priorities and threats driven by cross-sector digitalization. https://weareinnovation.org/2017/03/30/rethinking-legal- frameworks-is-smarter-agriculture-better-agriculture/weareinnovation.org
  27. 27. Beautiful Diversity Developing diversity as a management practice to inspire intelligent change weareinnovation.org https://weareinnovation.org/2017/04/03/understanding-the- dynamic-of-change-through-diversity/weareinnovation.org
  28. 28. Understanding the dynamics of change through diversity Along with new sources of intelligence and questions, unprecedented levels of doubts and uncertainty are leading business experts and leaders to constantly assess the accuracy of information they receive and share to manage projects within blurring limits and opportunities. Models are being challenged: thinking frameworks, regulations, business and economic equations to stability and growth. Yet impactful change makers find their way around, targeting those sectors and initiatives that have systemic reach and human drive, applying technologies that add authentic and distinctive value. It’s about going beyond business focus and solving issues that engage customers. https://weareinnovation.org/2017/04/03/understanding-the- dynamic-of-change-through-diversity/weareinnovation.org
  29. 29. Developing horizontal, vertical, systemic and technical diversity By enabling a richness of ideas and a dynamic communication of information from customers to knowledge communities, different levels of diversity and human centric scales can help understand the dynamic of change. Organizing diversity and managing its different levels around a human centric scale provides a better understanding of core roots and potential evolutions of technological, economic, business and management change. https://weareinnovation.org/2017/04/03/understanding-the- dynamic-of-change-through-diversity/weareinnovation.org
  30. 30. Our global story The time and resource constraints faced by the digital economy questions our ability to adapt a social, legal and environmental ecosystem to a digital disruption already taking place on technological and economic sides. Taking into account both the experience and knowledge exchange opportunity as well as the slow cultural and skills adaptation currently outlined by leaders and experts, what exact scope and meaning could we define for an intelligent digital economy? weareinnovation.org
  31. 31. Read more on: weareinnovation.org Our global innovation story, as we write it

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