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  • Stimulate collaboration between public service staff, students, pupils, entrepreneurs and communities to develop collaborative researchWork with the next generation for whom many of the new ways of researching & designing services they don’t see as R&D methods but what come naturally to themAlthough at one workshop we worked with an intergenerational art group, one of the grandmother’s there was sketching ideas with her iPad, which I’ve never used, so sometimes the next generation is where you least expect it
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    1. 1. Research & Design Produce business case to Identify requirement & specify recommendations agree criteria for evaluationTest prototype tovalidate analysis Analyse research to appraise technology Prototype to enable Prototype analysis to be validated
    2. 2. Criteria for Analysis Capability required to deploy technology Capacity to meet future demand / Maturity of opportunities technologyCost effectiveness Business Requirementrelative to benefits Technical fit with architectural roadmap Strategic fit with customer needs Principles for Strategic Enterprise Investment Objectives Architecture
    3. 3. Key Stakeholders StudentsEntrepreneurs Suppliers Public service staffCommunities Local groups
    4. 4. Investigate opportunities for public services to understand new uses of ICTStage We helpEvaluate Public services understand the impact on their service of new uses of ICT used by customersPrototype Communities & small businesses to prototype solutions to local challengesValidate Public services test new technologies that can help meet their customer needsRecommend Local organisations in Kent develop options for future models for their services
    5. 5. Help communities develop business case & exploit opportunities for broadband+15000 votes for +15 communities +50 new start-ups Make Kent & 450 businesses enabled in targetQuicker campaign access broadband areas
    6. 6. Help communities develop business case & exploit opportunities for broadband+15000 votes for +15 communities +50 new start-ups Make Kent & 450 businesses enabled in targetQuicker campaign access broadband areas
    7. 7. Support entrepreneurs & communities to prototype solutions to local challenges +15 partners +150 ideas +£100K investment+400 participants +30 prototypes raised
    8. 8. Support entrepreneurs & communities to prototype solutions to local challenges Partners Issues Motivations Principles Prototypes Sustainability +15 partners +150 insights +£100K+400 participants +30 prototypes investment raised

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