Presentations from CCO workshop on key success factors of orchestration at DLLD 2 Sept 2020

Updated: Oct 5

On 2 September 2020, Laurea CCO organised an expert discussion workshop at the Digital Living Lab Days 2020, the annual ENoLL (European Network of Living Labs) conference taking place online 2 to 4 September 2020. The CCO session topic was What are critical success factors in orchestrating cross-border, cross-sectoral, cross-disciplinary innovation ecosystems?



See here for the presentations and other workshop materials:


Orchestration practices in multi-stakeholder co-creation

Anne Äyväri (.mp4) (.pdf)


Äyväri, A. & Spilling, K. (2020): Orchestration Practices in Multi-stakeholder Co-creation. Case Agile Piloting at Smart Kalasatama (.pdf)




Understanding transnational living lab collaboration maturity

Teemu Santonen (.mp4) (.pdf)


Santonen T., Kjellson F., Andersson K. & Hirvikoski T. (2020): Developing maturity model for transnational living lab collaboration. Proceedings of the 2020 ISPIM Innovation Conference (Virtual) Event "Innovating in Times of Crisis" held on 7 to 10 June 2020, Lappeenranta-Lahti University of Technology LUT. (.pdf)


Santonen, T. (Ed.) 2020. Living Lab business models and services. Key findings from Product Validation in Health (ProVaHealth) project. Laurean julkaisusarja / Laurea Publications. Laurea-ammattikorkeakoulu. (.pdf)


Project report: Product Validation in Health - Transnational Living Lab concept development with Baltic Sea Region Living Labs (.pdf)



Futureproof equilibrium: A balancing act between diverging interests. The city of Amsterdam as a living lab.

Julie Ferguson (.mp4)


Ferguson, J., van der Heijden, E. & de Zeeuw, A. (2020): Co-creation in Urban Living Labs: A Multi-level Network Perspective on Labour Market Innovation (.pdf)



Multi-stakeholder Co-creation Orchestration

Tuija Hirvikoski & Kaisla Saastamoinen (.mp4) (.pdf)


Hirvikoski, T. & Saastamoinen, K. (2020): “The more you are willing to give, the more you also get“ - How multifaceted, multi-stakeholder innovation ecosystems are governed and orchestrated, and how to research them? (.pdf)



See the whole workshop intro with the four introductory presentations listed above in this video (.mp4)



Expert comments in the session by:


Andy Bleaden, Director Ecosystems and Membership – based on ECHAlliance, a global alliance of multi-stakeholder ecosystems promoting health and wellbeing (.mp4) (.pdf)

https://echalliance.com/


Markku Markkula, Vice-President of European Committee of the Regions (CoR), Chair Espoo City Board - based on CoR recommendations and the multistakeholder co-creation approach Espoo, an iCapital finalist 2020, successfully used to implement the UN SDGs (.mp4) (.pdf)

https://cor.europa.eu/en

https://www.espoo.fi/en-US/City_of_Espoo/Espoo_is_the_Finnish_Capital_of_Innovati(169672)


Abdolrasoul Habibipour, PhD Student – based on the doctoral dissertation on Living Labs he will defend at Luleå University of Technology that is one of the global forerunners of LL research (.mp4)

http://ltu.diva-portal.org/smash/record.jsf?pid=diva2%3A1461089&dswid=2199


Mikael Seppälä, Specialist – based on Radical uncertainty demands radical collaboration,” a memorandum published by Sitra LAB (.mp4) (.pdf)

https://media.sitra.fi/2020/08/26143139/radikaali-epavarmuus-vaatii-radikaalia-yhteistoimintaa.pdf

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