icph Gribskovvej 4, 2100 København Ø · Tlf.: 30108080

Konference den 28. oktober 2011

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konference icph

 

Fredag den 28. oktober 2011 holdt Innovation Center Copenhagen (icph) en vellykket konference i Kulturhuset Islands Brygge i København. Konferencen blev åbnet af Økonomi- og indenrigsminister Margrethe Vestager, og efterfølgende fortalte kommuner og virksomheder, som har deltaget i icph pilotprojekterne, om deres oplevelser med at samarbejde om innovative løsninger. De godt 200 fremmødte gæster blev præsenteret for den første danske trin-for-trin guide til at organisere og gennemføre OPI-projekter, og afslutningsvis gav tre udenlandske oplægsholdere et internationalt perspektiv på OPI.

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icph har arbejdet sammen med en række kommuner om at nytænke deres velfærdsydelser inden for børne-, skole- og ældreområdet. Erfaringerne er samlet i en OPI-håndbog, som blev lanceret på konferencen. Læs mere om icph's nye bog her

 

Program

09.30-10.00 Registrering

10.00-10.05 Velkommen
- Toke Stub Barter, projektleder (icph)

10.05-10.30 Det strategiske afsæt for OPI og icph
- set fra et politisk perspektiv, Margrethe Vestager (RV)

10.30-11.00 Incitamenter for at deltage i OPI
- fortalt af kommune og virksomhed, Stieg Eriksen (Egedal) og Niels Bach

11.00-11.30 Succesfulde rammer for OPI-projekter
- fra model til innovations mindset, introduceret af icph

11.30-12.00 Indsigter og udfordringer med OPI
- førstehåndslæring fra syv projektledere af syv pilotprojekter

12.00-13.00 Frokost og networking
- gå på opdagelse blandt de syv pilotprojekter

13.00-14.30 Et internationalt perspektiv på OPI
- fra Jonty Olliff-Cooper (UK), Lynne Haig (UK) og Dr. Robin Pharoah (UK)

14.30-15.30 Bogreception og bobler
- introduktion til bogen 'Kommunal nytænkning'

Læs om de internationale oplægsholdere

 

 Jonty Olliff-Cooper

Jonty Olliff-Cooper (UK)

Jonty is Director of Policy and Strategy for the social business A4e. Jonty's work focuses on poverty, exclusion, community and public service transformation.

Jonty began his career in the private sector as a strategy consultant at the Boston Consulting Group, specialising in retail strategy. Since moving to public policy, Jonty has worked in a variety of strategy functions across Westminster and Whitehall, including at the Department for International Development, the Cabinet Office, ThinkPublic and as in the Conservative Party Policy Unit, where he led on technology, innovation and public service reform issues.

Prior to joining A4e, Jonty headed the Progressive Conservatism Project at the think-tank Demos. Outside A4e, Jonty is a member of the Advisory Panel of the New Era Economics Programme at the Institute of Public Policy Research (ippr), a Youth Referral Panel member for Camden Council youth services, an executive member of the Bright Blue political network, an associate at Demos, and sits on the steering group of the Big Society Network.

 

 

Lynne

 

Lynne Haig (UK)

Lynne’s Career in strategy and organisational transformation spans industries, sectors and continents. She has held senior client-side roles in financial services and retail and consultancy roles with Deloittes, Braxton and as Consulting Director with Ford Motor Company’s joint venture with the Japanese Management Consultancy JMaC. There she managed an international team with assignments in three continents.

More recently Lynne has turned her attention to the public sector. Having gained experience in local government, central government and regulators, Lynne has formed Taylor Haig with Stephen Taylor to focus on transforming the world of public service. Taylor Haig works across the whole system of public service with the aim of designing better service for less money leading to better quality of life for people in places.

 

 

 Robin Pharoah

Dr. Robin Pharoah (UK)

Dr. Robin Pharoah is a fully trained anthropologist and ethnographer who founded the market and social research company ESRO in 2004. Since then, ESRO has conducted ethnographic fieldwork around the world and in the UK, helping organisations to see and understand their target audiences in new ways. The company works across sectors and with clients as diverse as The UK Home Office, local government, Microsoft and the international development charity, CAFOD.

Robin is an expert in the use of ethnography to stimulate social innovation and specialises in various fields including social innovation in UK local government. He is passionate about matching political theory and ideas to the realities of life on the ground, and as such has led several ethnographic studies looking at some of the UK's most challenging populations from young offenders, to undocumented migrants, and families living on low-incomes and with multiple needs. Robin maintains a keen interest in Chinese affairs and Chinese populations overseas, following the completion of his PhD; an ethnography of grassroots Chinese leadership.

 

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