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TOGETHER > STRONGER > SMARTER Day 1 Smarter Cities for a Sustainable Future
© 2009 IBM Corporation TOGETHER > STRONGER > SMARTER 2 The IBM Summit at Start Smarter cities for a sustainable future – Day 1 (September 8 th ) in Brief The participants Our audience will comprise: Senior city leaders and decision makers from a selection of UK cities from both the public and private sector Key influencers on national city strategy development and decision- making (including academics, think tanks and NGO’s) Policy makers and influencers Private sector city developers, utilities and employers The key questions & Themes What are the challenges affecting UK city leaders today? What is the impact of the current economic climate? How will the new coalition government & the need for public sector spending cuts effect the development of cities? Why cities are so important - their increasingly important role in shaping the prosperity & health of the nation Importance for cities to differentiate themselves and have a compelling and engaging vision / brand Place - Infrastructure, buildings, parks, ambience, noise, smell, transport, things to see and do, overall ‘feel / buzz’ of a city. Economy - Sustainable economic growth within a city, inter-city co- operation and competition, heritage versus re-invention Community - Looking after communities, giving them an environment to thrive and add value to society, enabling innovation and diversity, connecting people with people, promoting the voluntary sector, enabling communities to be more "self-sufficient" in tackling social deprivation. Wellbeing - Individual wellbeing and fulfilment within a city, being healthier, feeling safer, opportunity to participate in cultural and leisure activities, having the skills, knowledge and life chances to succeed within the city environment. The outcomes The beginning of a series of on-going dialogues between civically minded city leaders and stakeholders who want a part in shaping the future of our cities towards a sustainable future, who will develop a coordinated approach to what's required to prepare our cities for the 22nd century. Why attend? Attendees will have the opportunity to discuss and collaborate with other senior leaders, develop new actionable ideas for enhancing the sustainability and “liveability” of UK cities for citizens. Be inspired by forward-thinking speakers, explore new ways of working across public and private sector boundaries and discuss the obstacles that might get in the way and how they can be overcome Welcome and Introduction Stephen Leonard IBM UK CEO Keynotes include: 1) The international context Ginni Rometty, Global VP Sales, IBM 2) The challenges effecting UK cities today Martin Powell, London Mayor’s Environment Advisor 3) Why cities and why now? Nigel Hugill, Chair of the Board, Centre for Cities Four short sharp 15 minute presentations on the following elements of cities followed by a “Question Time” style panel discussion 1) Place: George Clark- Architect, TV presenter and patron of civic trust awards scheme 2) Economy: Hamish McRae - Author & futurologist, associate editor of The Independent 3) Community: Chris Murray - Director Core Cities Group 4) Wellbeing: Emma Harrison,CBE – Award winning entrepreneur and chair of A4e * Additional Panel guests: Tony Juniper – Environmentalist; Wayne Hemmingway - Designer and Entrepreneur * Panel Chair: Sarah Mukherjee - BBC Journalist (tbc) As a result, leaders have seen a vision for a sustainable future, begun to build a path to achieve it, and started to collaborate in a different way. They come away with a view of two key questions: What will we start? What questions do we need to answer to help us move forward? Note: Speakers subject to confirmation Closing speech & drinks reception Location and timing The Summit will take place on September 8th in Lancaster House off the Mall in Central London. The session will start with keynote presentations at 9:30 the formal session will finish at 5pm and all attendees are then invited to join us for a drinks reception UPDATED
© 2009 IBM Corporation TOGETHER > STRONGER > SMARTER 3 Further information on our speakers and panellists Martin Powell http://www.lda.gov.uk/about-the-lda/organisation-structure/martin-powell.aspx Nigel Hugill http://www.centreforcities.org/nigel.html George Clarke http://www.georgeclarke.co.uk/about-george/georges-charity/ Hamish McRae http://www.speakers.co.uk/csaWeb/speaker,HAMMCR Chris Murray http://www.corecities.com/dev07/Introduction/about.html Emma Harrison http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emma_harrison_a4e Tony Juniper http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tony_Juniper Wayne Hemingway http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wayne_Hemingwayhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wayne_Hemingway & http://www.hemingwaydesign.co.uk/http://www.hemingwaydesign.co.uk/ Mini-biographies to be developed to supplement publicly available information We fill in as best we can and then ask for review by speakers - supplement to mini bios? NEW
© 2009 IBM Corporation TOGETHER > STRONGER > SMARTER 4 Executive Summary Overview: The first day (Smarter Cities for a sustainable future) will look at how can we create a sustainable city in the current economic climate and we’ll make a bold start to answering this question by examining how to get the whole city involved. Expected outcomes: On going dialogue between civically minded city leaders and stakeholders who want a part in shaping the future of our cities towards a sustainable future, who will develop a coordinated approach to what's required to prepare our cities for the 22nd century. Why attend: You will have the opportunity to discuss and collaborate with other senior leaders, develop new actionable ideas for enhancing the sustainability and “livability” of UK cities for citizens. Be inspired by forward-thinking speakers, explore new ways of working across public and private sector boundaries and discuss the obstacles that might get in the way and how they can be overcome. How will this stimulate action? Aside from the networking opportunities that this event provides, participants will be able to submit “pledges” on the day and connect with like-minded individuals over a particular challenge, programme or initiative on a large wall at the event. There will also be the opportunity to submit questions for the panel discussion in the afternoon. UPDATED
© 2009 IBM Corporation TOGETHER > STRONGER > SMARTER 5 Agenda (client facing version) - wip 09:00 – 09:30Coffee and Welcome addressStephen Leonard – CEO IBM UK & Ireland 09:30 – 10:00Keynote address 1 “The international context”Ginni Rometty – WW Vice President Sales IBM 10:30 – 10:35Video 1Introducing the Smarter City 10:35 – 11:20Keynote 2 “The challenges facing UK cities today”Martin Powell, Mayoral advisor on the Environment 11:20 – 11:35Break 11:35 – 12:15Why cities & why now?Nigel Hugill – Chair of the Board, Centre for Cities Simon Humberstone - Local Government Lead Executive IBM UK 12:15 – 12:20Video 2Public private partnerships – Sustainable Glasgow 12:20 – 13:30Lunch 13:30 – 13:40Welcome back – recap of afternoon agenda and methods of contributing / stimulating action at the event Fraser Davidson – Vice President, Local Government IBM UK 13:40 – 14:00PlaceGeorge Clarke – Architect, TV presenter 14:00 – 14:20EconomyHamish McRae – Financial journalist & commentator 14:20 – 14:25Video 3CovJam – Putting citizens in the driving seat 14:25 – 14:45CommunityChris Murray – Director of Core Cities 14:45 – 15:05WellbeingEmma Harrison – Entrepreneur and chair of A4e 15:05 – 15:10Video 4Practical sustainability 15:10 – 15:30Break 15:30 – 16:30Panel discussionA Panel of speaker from earlier in the day plus Tony Juniper and Wayne Hemingway 16:30 – 17:00Closing thoughts & summary of the day 17:00Drinks receptionFraser Davidson – Vice President, Local Government IBM UK ****All times TBC**** UPDATED
© 2009 IBM Corporation TOGETHER > STRONGER > SMARTER 6 START – Cities Day: Detailed Agenda – Morning 9:30 – 10:00Welcome coffee 10:00 – 10:10Start welcome addressStephen Leonard – Chief Executive - IBM UK Ltd 10:10 – 10:20Agenda & overview of the dayFraser Davidson – VP Local Government IBM UK Ltd Introduce Ginni RomettyFraser Davidson – VP Local Government IBM UK Ltd 10:20 – 10:50Keynote address 1 “The international context”Ginni Rometty – WW Vice President Sales IBM 10:50 – 10:55Film 1Introducing the smarter city Introduce Martin PowellFraser Davidson – VP Local Government IBM UK Ltd 10:55 – 11:25Keynote 2 “The challenges facing UK cities today”Martin Powell – London Development Agency Introduce break – reminder about pledges / wall etcFraser Davidson – VP Local Government IBM UK Ltd 11:25 – 11:45Break 11:45 – 12:25Why cities and why now?Nigel Hugill – Chair of the Board, Centre for Cities Simon Humberstone - Local Government IBM UK 12:25 – 12:30Film 2Public private partnerships – Sustainable Glasgow Introduce lunch – reminder about pledges / wall and panel questions etc Fraser Davidson – VP Local Government IBM UK Ltd 12:30 – 13:30Lunch UPDATED – To be confirmed with Fraser
© 2009 IBM Corporation TOGETHER > STRONGER > SMARTER 7 13:30 – 13:35Welcome back – afternoon agenda settingFraser Davidson – Vice President, Local Government IBM UK Introduce George ClarkFraser Davidson – Vice President, Local Government IBM UK 13:35 – 13:55PlaceGeorge Clark – Architect and TV Presenter Introduce Hamish McRaeFraser Davidson – Vice President, Local Government IBM UK 13:55 – 14:15EconomyHamish McRae – Economist & Futureologist 14:15 – 14:20Film 3CovJam – Putting citizens in the driving seat Introduce Chris MurrayFraser Davidson – Vice President, Local Government IBM UK 14:20 – 14:40CommunityChris Murray – Core Cities Introduce Emma HarrisonFraser Davidson – Vice President, Local Government IBM UK 14:40 – 15:00Well BeingEmma Harrison CBE – Entrepreneur and chairman of A4e 15:00 – 15:05Film 4Practical sustainability Introduce Break / reminder about panel discussion logisticsFraser Davidson – Vice President, Local Government IBM UK 15:05 – 15:25Break 15:25 – 15:30Introduce panel discussionFraser Davidson – Vice President, Local Government IBM UK 15:30 – 16:30Panel DiscussionWayne Hemmingway, Hamish McRae, Chris Murray, Emma Harrison, Tony Juniper 16:30 – 17:00Closing thoughtsFraser Davidson – VP Local Government IBM UK Ltd 17:00 >Drinks receptionAll START – Cities Day: Detailed Agenda – Afternoon UPDATED – To be confirmed with Fraser
© 2009 IBM Corporation TOGETHER > STRONGER > SMARTER 8 Keynote speech – Setting the scene for the day within an international context Discussion points Setting the scene – why is IBM interested in cities? An international context – What are the challenges facing mayors and city leaders around the world? What are the top 3-5 issues which city leaders world wide are looking to address now and in the future? Examples of best practice around the world – How is IBM using its global reach to share and use best practice? Any anecdotal thoughts/comments from city leaders attending the Berlin, New York or Shanghai events which would be interesting for UK city leaders to hear WhoFrom SpeakerGinni RomettyIBM
© 2009 IBM Corporation TOGETHER > STRONGER > SMARTER 9 Keynote speech – The challenges effecting UK cities today Debate points What are the challenges effecting UK city leaders today? What is the impact of the current economic climate? How will the new coalition government & the need for public sector spending cuts effect the development of cities? The impact of: aging population, waste disposal, social policy – and how to you have real meaningful engagement with the public? Why cities are so important - their increasingly important role in shaping the prosperity & health of the nation What does the future hold for London? WhoFrom SpeakerMartin PowellMayor of London’s Environment advisor
© 2009 IBM Corporation TOGETHER > STRONGER > SMARTER 10 Why cities & why now (placeholder) Topics to cover The historical context of cities, where have they come from, why are they important and why should we be thinking about their development now? Importance for cities to differentiate themselves and have a brand strategy – increased city competition What is IBM’s role in cities - Introduce the IBM 4 bubble strategy & why we believe this is the model for building the sustainable cities of the future Developing a coherent strategy / funding of these projects / finding the right solutions for your city Introduce the idea of the “city club” for civically minded individuals who, like their Victorian counterparts want a stake in shaping the future of cities towards a sustainable future The “club” will provide a mechanism for people to have a co-ordinated view of what’s required to make our cities sustainable – this might include changes to government policy SpeakerFrom IBMSimon HumberstoneIBM Centre for citiesNigel HugillCEO Centre for Cities To be discussed with C4C and Simon – will be updated > Rhian / Frank
© 2009 IBM Corporation TOGETHER > STRONGER > SMARTER 11 Bubble 1 - Place Overview Infrastructure, buildings, parks, ambience, noise, smell, transport, things to see and do, overall "feel / buzz" of a city. Discussion topics to cover What makes a city feel liveable? how we design our cities to make them great places to live and work, so that citizens feel proud of their cities physical environment. The future of city planning The life and vibrancy of a city comes partly from the appearance of its buildings, streets and spaces, but mainly from its uses and activities, and most importantly its people. Moving between places needs to be convenient, safe, pleasant and easy for pedestrians, cyclists, public transport users, and other vehicles in our city, balancing the needs of all types of transport. WhoFrom SpeakerGeorge ClarkeTV (Restoration Man) Outline ideas – to be verified with George C > Rhian
© 2009 IBM Corporation TOGETHER > STRONGER > SMARTER 12 Bubble 2 - Economy Overview Sustainable economic growth within a city, inter-city co-operation and competition, heritage versus re-invention.... Discussion topics to cover In the twenty-first century, growth, economic value and competitive differentiation of cities will increasingly be derived from people and their skills, creativity and knowledge, as well as the capacity of the economy to create and absorb innovation. To compete in this new economic environment, cities will need to better apply advanced information technology, analytics and systems thinking to develop a more citizen-centric approach to services. By doing so, they can better attract, create, enable and retain their citizens’ skills, knowledge and creativity How will the current economic climate effect the development of sustainable cities? UK cities role in the global economy – competing for business Economic sustainability How can the Public & Private sector work together to support positive urban growth? What can cities do to improve their economic performance? WhoFrom SpeakerHamish McRaeFinancial journalist & Commentator Outline ideas only – to be verified with Hamish > Rhian
© 2009 IBM Corporation TOGETHER > STRONGER > SMARTER 13 Bubble 3 - Community Overview Looking after communities, giving them an environment to thrive and add value to society, enabling innovation and diversity, connecting people with people, promoting the voluntary sector, enabling communities to be more "self- sufficient" in tackling social deprivation. Discussion topics to cover What are the pressures facing local communities As city communities continue to grow and change in diversity, how can they remain relaxed and at peace, with a strong sense of place and citizens able to get along with each other? With the key question of immigration and diversity in the media spotlight how can cities build or maintain a good track record in community relations. What is the meaning of community spirit in today’s city? What are the strengths and challenges of having such as rich and diverse community of people from different backgrounds living in our cities? How can we improve the partnership between local communities, public services and policing in our cities WhoFrom SpeakerChris MurrayCore Cities Outline ideas only – to be verified with Chris M > Frank
© 2009 IBM Corporation TOGETHER > STRONGER > SMARTER 14 Bubble 4 – Well being Overview Individual wellbeing and fulfilment within a city, being healthier, feeling safer, opportunity to participate in cultural and leisure activities, having the skills and knowledge to succeed within the city environment, individual opportunity Discussion topics to cover What are the opportunities and barriers within health & social care, public safety, education and skills that impact the the ability of a UK city to thrive in 21 st century What does the new Government's concept of "the Big Society“ really mean for the residents of Britain’s cities? Is this a valid long term / sustainable vision? What are the key things that we must do across all sectors to give more hope to citizens of cities and give them the support that they need to prosper and lead fulfilling lives and make a positive contribution to society, economic development and the environment. WhoFrom SpeakerEmma HarrisonA4e Outline ideas only – to be verified with Emma H > Frank UPDATED
© 2009 IBM Corporation TOGETHER > STRONGER > SMARTER 15 Question Time panel discussion Questions will be taken from the audience Additional topics to cover: Public Private Partnerships Where should the risk lie for multi-agency city projects How the 4 “bubbles” and sustainability weave together WhoFrom Chairtbc Panellist 1Wayne HemingwayDesigner Panellist 2Hamish McRaeFinancial journalist & commentator Panellist 3Chris MurrayCore Cities Panellist 4Emma HarrisonA4e Panellist 5Tony JuniperCampaigner, writer & environmentalist Pos add Nigel Hugill to Panel – Rhian to check
© 2009 IBM Corporation TOGETHER > STRONGER > SMARTER 16 Closing thoughts – Summary of the day Discussion points Key topics which have emerged throughout the day Thoughts, challenges, policy issues, debates to take forward to Day 9 Calls to action: e.g. summary of connections made via Magnetic Wall and Arch and separate journalist discussions over lunch (e.g. with Kevin McCloud) – next steps for IBM in developing the various elements of dialogue i.e. “city club”) Thanks on behalf of the IBM team Invite attendees to the drinks reception WhoFrom SpeakerFraser DavidsonIBM UPDATED – further updates required
© 2009 IBM Corporation TOGETHER > STRONGER > SMARTER 17 Videos Video themeKey messagesFor use…. The historical context & changing nature of cities 3-5 minutes long How cities build and develop over time The decisions we make now will define what our cities look & feel like into the 22nd century Why now is a defining moment Just as the great exhibition of 1851 was about a moment in time, so now is a moment in time to act The impact of the current economic climate on cities – Is there a way around it and how do cities plan for the future Beginning of day before Keynote CovJam – Engaging citizensCase study of the recent CovJam featuring Martin Reeves CEO Coventry City Council & Patrick Smith IBM Interspersed between the 4 x15 bubble talks Making public / Private partnerships work Sustainable Glasgow – best practice exampleInterspersed between the 4 x15 bubble talks Progress in action – The Peterborough story Where they started from & where they are today The partnership approach (Opportunity Peterborough, Royal Haskoning, Green Ventures & IBM) Showing data in a visual way to make informed city decisions Interspersed between the 4 x15 bubble talks
© 2009 IBM Corporation TOGETHER > STRONGER > SMARTER 18 Outcomes Attendees – On going dialogue between civically minded city leaders and stake holders who want a part in shaping the future of our cities towards a sustainable future, who will develop a coordinated approach to what's required to prepare our cities for the 22nd century. Cities who can’t attend but are interested – Arrange to bring a mini START workshop to their cities?
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