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1 Open Innovation in Amsterdam Economic Affairs Katalin Gallyas – Policy Advisor Open Innovation

2 Open Innovation “…a more distributed, more participatory, more decentralized approach to innovation, based on the observed fact that useful knowledge today is widely distributed, and no company, no matter how capable or how big, could innovate effectively on its own

3 Why to start with open innovation? Why to start with open innovation? Transparency Reliable information precondition for participation User/ Citizen Driven Innovation process Efficiency, drive for new services New business modellen

4 Open Innovation Transition ~>Closed ( within the organization, own R&D) ~~>> Open (with the users, networked) ~~>> Ecosystem (government is like an orchestrator, Platform manager) Platform manager)

5 Policy Framework Open Data Crowdsourcing Future Internet services pilots (Open Cities)

6 1. EU Project Open Data platform with Berlin Crowdsourcing toolkit Future Internet expertise with Helsinki, Paris, Berlin, Barcelona

7 who? ESADE Barcelona Activa Atos Origin UPF – Univ. Pompeu Fabra DotOpen Tempos21 Cap Digital Institut Telecom City of Amsterdam Dutch Berlin Senate Fraunhofer FOKUS Helsinki Berlin Amsterdam Paris Barcelona who? Rome NESTA

8 what? Objectives 1)Explore how to approach Open & User Driven Innovation Methodologies in the Public Sector, particularly Smart Cities. Best Practices. Innovation Management in the Public Sector. Platform governance. 2)Trigger Rich Internet Services & Platforms through four mechanisms. Ideas -– Crowdsourcing. Living Labs -–Urban Labs. Data - Open Data (static & dynamic-Sensors). Networks - Open FTH networks.

9 how?

10 2. Crowdsourcing

11 3. Open Data

12 - govs. - Service Providers Platform orchestrators

13 Data Catalog Apps Contests Civic Hacker Networks Civic Innovator Networks Civic Innovation Marketplace

14 Policy Challenges Testify the economic value of Open Innovation Difficult to find funding for experimental approaches, pilots (unless: business case for savings or EDBA corporate sponsoring) How to find supporters within the public administration? Open Innovation Evangelist missing Keep up with national, international networks

15 Thank You Katalin Gallyas


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