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1 3-LENSUS workshop: RCEs as incubators for regional innovation Prague, May 26 th LENSUS workshop Zinaida FADEEVA I Clemens MADER I Jos RIKERS I Marlene TRUMMLER RCEs as Incubators for Regional Innovation

2 Establishing a RCE – what counts. The Global RCE Service Centre perspective (Zinaida Fadeeva) Experiences of regional innovation by NGO cooperation – the cases Graz-Styria and Rhine- Meuse (Clemens Mader, Jos Rikers) Status quo of establishing a RCE in Prague, vision building, defining next steps (Clemens Mader, Marlene Trummler) RCE Workshop, Prague, May 2010 Overview

3 3-LENSUS workshop: RCEs as incubators for regional innovation Prague, May 26 th LENSUS workshop Clemens MADER I Marlene TRUMMLER Experiences of regional innovation by NGO cooperation – RCE Graz-Styria

4 European RCEs 5 new RCEs fiscal year of 04/2009 – 04/2010 Graphic: UNU-IAS RCE Workshop, Prague, May 2010

5 European RCEs Projects 2008/09(n=91) Graphic: RCE Graz-Styria RCE Workshop, Prague, May 2010

6 Workshop I – Fundraising Strategies Global Level – UNECE meetings – More to come,… European Level – European Strategy 2020 – Develop strategies for communication – Coordinating Unit – European RCE Principles & Vision Apart from this: EU funding proposals submitted ESD-CLIPS – in negotiation process (7FP) ISEP – under review process (Grundtvig) Edu-Camp – under review process (Tempus) Outcomes of the European RCE Meeting 2009 Photo: RCE Graz-Styria RCE Workshop, Prague, May 2010

7 Workshop II - COPERNICUS Alliance – Functions NETWORK POLICY SERVICE OUTREACH REPRESENTATION – COPERNICUS Charta – COPERNICUS Workshop, July , Graz – Working Groups Benchmarking Student entrepreneurship European & International Policy … Outcomes of the European RCE Meeting 2009 RCE Workshop, Prague, May 2010

8 Next European RCE Meeting in Munich, Germany – December 2010 Cooperation between RCEs and COPERNICUS Alliance X-ing fingers for EU funding proposals EU & RCE Strategy Outlook RCE Workshop, Prague, May 2010

9 RCE Graz-Styria

10 Hosted by university of Graz, acknowledged in 2007 Projects – Transfer Sustainability Trail Policy – Austrian and Provincial Governments, Austrian UNESCO Commission, Partners: UN Global Compact, Youth Centre, Communities – Education Study courses for students (NGO development, interactive, sustainability oriented) Regional partners – BioAustria, Sekem, Schools, Studienaktie.org (NGO), UN Global Humanitarian Forum, Eco Village Network, – Research Graz model for integrative development International RCE development Organizational Development – Intergenerational Learning Courses Intergenerational Sustainable Entrepreneurship Programme Partners: Centre for Continuing Education, University of Graz Communication between Global & Local, Research & Practice RCE Workshop, Prague, May 2010 RCE Graz-Styria

11 Example – Round Table approach – Collaboration of schools – ngo (EE) – companies - municipalities – Development of thematic learning materials (water/energy/lifestyle/money/….) – New: integrated approach and larger arrangements through joining of resources – Commitment between users and producers to ensure use and usefulness RCE Workshop, Prague, May 2010 RCE Rhine-Meuse

12 Thanks for your attention! Photos: Detlev Lindau-Bank RCE Workshop, Prague, May 2010

13 Status quo of establishing a RCE in Prague

14 Graz Model for Integrative Development Fig.: Mader, C., 2009 RCE Workshop, Prague, May 2010 Participation Education & Learning Research Integration The Graz Model for Integrative Development… represents development processes towards sustainability integrates a holistic approach can be applied to any practical case (e.g. regional development, economy,…) can be used for evaluation of processes as well as an integrative assessment tool

15 Leadership Leadership Traits (Kirkpatrick & Locke, 1991) – Personal Drive (Vision) – Motivation – Honesty and Integrity – Self Confidence – Cognitive Ability – Knowledge of Business – Further Traits: charisma, flexibility Levels (Ackoff, 1988; Bass & Avolio, 1994; Burns, 1978; Maak, 2007) – Administration – Transactional Leadership – Transformational Leadership, Sustainable Entrepreneurship RCE Workshop, Prague, May 2010

16 Social Networks Trust: implies a relationship which is based on experience - Three levels of trust Cooperation: Kind of interaction between actors - Three levels of cooperation Calculus based trust Information Network Knowledge Network Innovation Network Knowledge based trust Identification based trust Collaboration Cooperation Co-creation Abb.: Mader C., 2009 RCE Workshop, Prague, May 2010

17 Participation Democratic understanding that citizen should be involved in community development processes Levels of Participation – Information – Consultation – Decision influencing RCE Workshop, Prague, May 2010

18 Education & Learning Education is the core element of Sustainable Development (Brundtland, 1987). Learning: … is a Life Long Process (van Dam-Mieras, 2002), Regional Learning (Scheff, 2001) Levels (Argyris & Schön, 1978; Senge, 1990 ): – Single Loop – Double Loop – Deuteron (Generative) Learning RCE Workshop, Prague, May 2010

19 Research Integration Disciplinary Research Interdisciplinary Research Transdisciplinary Research – Societal problem driven – Interdisciplinary – Collaboration between research & practice – Mutual learning process RCE Workshop, Prague, May 2010

20 Graz Model for Integrative Development Processes administration transactional leadership sustainable entrepreneurship, transformational leadership, cooperation, calculus based trust, information network collaboration, knowledge based trust, knowledge network co-creation, identification based trust, innovation network decision influencing consultation Information deutero learning, Education for Sustainable Development double loop learning single loop- learning disciplinary research interdisciplinary research transdisciplinary research Transformative Practice Improvement Abb.: Mader C., 2009 RCE Workshop, Prague, May 2010

21 1.Apply the Graz Model for Integrative Development – What is our vision? – Which partners are involved – and how? – How does learning & education take place? Do we reflect our goals? – What kind of research do we integrate? RCE Workshop, Prague, May 2010 Analyze the status quo of establishing a RCE Prague


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