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2 Civic Innovation Shaping Communities for the 21 st Century American Chamber of Commerce Executives Presented by : Glenda Hood and Shelley Lauten, Partners August 25, 2013 Presented to

3 21 st Century Civic Innovation Session Outline: Who’s in Charge? What IS Civic Innovation? How do you organize today’s communities for change?  Successes  Set-Backs Assessing and Applying “Critical Success Factors”

4 Small Group Discussion Groups of 4-5: (15 minutes) (Half the room) Identify one Successful Community Change Initiative to “dissect” Who were the Champions/Leaders? What steps were taken? (BRIEFLY Describe the Critical Success Factors) (Half the room) Identify one Community Change Initiative to “dissect” that experienced a major Set-Back Who were the Champions/Leaders? What steps were taken? (BRIEFLY describe the Critical Success Factors) and why it was not successful

5 Six Steps to Civic Innovation © Involve the Community 4 Build Consensus 3 Perform the Research 21 Define the Problem 6 Monitor Results 5 Develop an Action Agenda

6 Case Study #1 Northlake Park School—a unique partnership Involve the Community 4 Build Consensus 3 Perform the Research Monitor Results 5 Develop an Action Agenda Define the Problem

7 Stakeholders defined the problem All Three Sectors… Lake Nona (business):The Orange County School Board, City of Orlando (government); YMCA, Orlando Health (independent) Involve the Community 4 Build Consensus 3 Perform the Research Monitor Results 5 Develop an Action Agenda Define the Problem

8 The Developer worked with Key Stakeholders to quantify the impact of the Partnership Involve the Community 4 Build Consensus 3 Perform the Research Monitor Results 5 Develop an Action Agenda Define the Problem

9 On what could they agree? Involve the Community 4 Build Consensus 3 Perform the Research Monitor Results 5 Develop an Action Agenda Define the Problem

10 A shared vision Involve the Community 4 Build Consensus 3 Perform the Research Monitor Results 5 Develop an Action Agenda Define the Problem

11 Action plans Involve the Community 4 Build Consensus 3 Perform the Research Monitor Results 5 Develop an Action Agenda Define the Problem

12 Monitor results Involve the Community 4 Build Consensus 3 Perform the Research Monitor Results 5 Define the Problem Develop an Action Agenda “A” rated seven consecutive years Strong parent and community support (volunteer hours)!

13 Simple, right? Involve the Community 4 Build Consensus 3 Perform the Research 21 Define the Problem 6 Monitor Results 5 Develop an Action Agenda

14 Lessons Learned: When you’re asked to lead…lead! All 3 Sectors must be included early Don’t skip over/rush any of the steps (especially 1 and 3) Partnerships are never easy; always better! Forget about “who gets the credit” The process remains the same, regardless of the civic innovation you’re seeking

15 Other Civic Innovations:

16 Group Discussion How can the Six Steps of Civic Innovation © apply to your community issue? What’s the biggest challenge for you in implementing Civic Innovation? What questions can we answer?

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