O slideshow foi denunciado.
Utilizamos seu perfil e dados de atividades no LinkedIn para personalizar e exibir anúncios mais relevantes. Altere suas preferências de anúncios quando desejar.
Networked citizens & the cityor the city as a platform
I amMagnus Christenssonmagnus@socialsquare.dk@mchristenssonFather, husband,sociologist, chaospilot,partner and managing di...
ON A HIGH-LEVELthe wellfare state is beingchallenged
I’VE HEARD THAT...500.000 public servantsare being laid off in the UK
we need a balance ofresponsibility between stateand society
AS CLAY SHIRKY NOTED...we need not access to moreinformationbut more access to otherpeople
BACKGROUND & THE MUNICIPALITY OF COPENHAGEN’S ISSUEApparently, more bikes than inhabitantsA lack of conscious notion of bi...
Approach
Activism
DIGITAL ACTIVITIESWhat do people want toparticipate in?
WHAT DO YOU WANT ME TO PARTICIPATE IN?- Make Copenhagen a bicycle city?- Create a positive bicycle culture inCopenhagen?- ...
CHALLENGEA shared ambition about behavioralchange, but individual ways to makeit happen
THE OBVIOUS TRUTH OF PARTICIPATIONPeople participate in different thingsPeople participate in different waysAnd for differ...
PRE-REQUISITES FOR PARTICIPATIONSelf-interestBe seen & be heardTrust in peers
community   conversations    sharingidentity     social object     flow  trust       presence       relations
THE SOCIAL OBJECTA project/initiativeA tip/an ideaA place/proximity
IDENTITYWhat do I participate in and with?How do I describe myself?
MEDIA FORMATSTextPhotosVideo
Concept
CONCEPTAn umbrellaA platformOne place gathering all “I bike CPH”initiativesSomething I can be a part of
CREATE CONNECTIONSBetween the physical events and thedigital signals around ideas, tips,projects and locations
CONCEPTPeople/ParticipationActivism/MovementOpen Source/Community
IDEAL PRAXISEverything shall be openEverything shall be sharedEverything shall be enabled for participation
CITY          CITIZENIDEAL ORGANISATIONInternal and external on the same platformPublic servants, politicians and citizens...
CITY            DIGITAL BICYCLE   CITIZEN                       MOVEMENTIDEAL ORGANISATIONInternal and external on the sam...
From communication about thecityTo development of the city
28
29
30
31
32
WHAT IS THE RESULT OF THIS PROTOTYPE SO FARLaunched in end of 2009658 users66 groups with 371 posts172 photos of bikes
What have we learned sofar?
what is needed in order fora city to enable its citizens?
PURPOSEthe city need to want itthey need to participate themselves
PROCESSa) ask for input, advice and assistanceb) provide tools -> data, platforms, identity
the city need to know what itwants from it’s citizens...input? or actions?
the city need to know what it canprovide...money? changes? removal of obstacles?
PEOPLEwhat is the cities role and responsibility?what does a public servant do?how do they work?
The city needs toconsider its purpose,platforms, processes andpeople if they wantcitizens to act more onbehalf on society
Thanks for your timemagnus@socialsquare.dk@mchristensson
Networked citizens and the city
Networked citizens and the city
Próximos SlideShares
Carregando em…5
×

Networked citizens and the city

This is my presentation for the Cognitive Cities Conference in Berlin. The presentation is about how cities and citizens can collaborate to develop better cities and society by using participatory platforms, open processes, people skills and a defined purpose.

  • Seja o primeiro a comentar

Networked citizens and the city

  1. 1. Networked citizens & the cityor the city as a platform
  2. 2. I amMagnus Christenssonmagnus@socialsquare.dk@mchristenssonFather, husband,sociologist, chaospilot,partner and managing director of @socialsquare
  3. 3. ON A HIGH-LEVELthe wellfare state is beingchallenged
  4. 4. I’VE HEARD THAT...500.000 public servantsare being laid off in the UK
  5. 5. we need a balance ofresponsibility between stateand society
  6. 6. AS CLAY SHIRKY NOTED...we need not access to moreinformationbut more access to otherpeople
  7. 7. BACKGROUND & THE MUNICIPALITY OF COPENHAGEN’S ISSUEApparently, more bikes than inhabitantsA lack of conscious notion of bicycle cultureNo common language around bikingNeeded to bring down accidents and death
  8. 8. Approach
  9. 9. Activism
  10. 10. DIGITAL ACTIVITIESWhat do people want toparticipate in?
  11. 11. WHAT DO YOU WANT ME TO PARTICIPATE IN?- Make Copenhagen a bicycle city?- Create a positive bicycle culture inCopenhagen?- Be part of a movement for bettercircumstances for bikers?
  12. 12. CHALLENGEA shared ambition about behavioralchange, but individual ways to makeit happen
  13. 13. THE OBVIOUS TRUTH OF PARTICIPATIONPeople participate in different thingsPeople participate in different waysAnd for different reasons
  14. 14. PRE-REQUISITES FOR PARTICIPATIONSelf-interestBe seen & be heardTrust in peers
  15. 15. community conversations sharingidentity social object flow trust presence relations
  16. 16. THE SOCIAL OBJECTA project/initiativeA tip/an ideaA place/proximity
  17. 17. IDENTITYWhat do I participate in and with?How do I describe myself?
  18. 18. MEDIA FORMATSTextPhotosVideo
  19. 19. Concept
  20. 20. CONCEPTAn umbrellaA platformOne place gathering all “I bike CPH”initiativesSomething I can be a part of
  21. 21. CREATE CONNECTIONSBetween the physical events and thedigital signals around ideas, tips,projects and locations
  22. 22. CONCEPTPeople/ParticipationActivism/MovementOpen Source/Community
  23. 23. IDEAL PRAXISEverything shall be openEverything shall be sharedEverything shall be enabled for participation
  24. 24. CITY CITIZENIDEAL ORGANISATIONInternal and external on the same platformPublic servants, politicians and citizens areall members, are all participants
  25. 25. CITY DIGITAL BICYCLE CITIZEN MOVEMENTIDEAL ORGANISATIONInternal and external on the same platformPublic servants, politicians and citizens areall members, are all participants
  26. 26. From communication about thecityTo development of the city
  27. 27. 28
  28. 28. 29
  29. 29. 30
  30. 30. 31
  31. 31. 32
  32. 32. WHAT IS THE RESULT OF THIS PROTOTYPE SO FARLaunched in end of 2009658 users66 groups with 371 posts172 photos of bikes
  33. 33. What have we learned sofar?
  34. 34. what is needed in order fora city to enable its citizens?
  35. 35. PURPOSEthe city need to want itthey need to participate themselves
  36. 36. PROCESSa) ask for input, advice and assistanceb) provide tools -> data, platforms, identity
  37. 37. the city need to know what itwants from it’s citizens...input? or actions?
  38. 38. the city need to know what it canprovide...money? changes? removal of obstacles?
  39. 39. PEOPLEwhat is the cities role and responsibility?what does a public servant do?how do they work?
  40. 40. The city needs toconsider its purpose,platforms, processes andpeople if they wantcitizens to act more onbehalf on society
  41. 41. Thanks for your timemagnus@socialsquare.dk@mchristensson

    Seja o primeiro a comentar

    Entre para ver os comentários

  • Kroptimal

    Feb. 27, 2011
  • scilib

    Mar. 1, 2011
  • mpgomez

    Sep. 28, 2011
  • pierrebonhomme

    Jan. 13, 2012
  • anitabozelie

    Apr. 22, 2012
  • well7030

    Feb. 10, 2013
  • UrbanIxD

    Mar. 13, 2013
  • Maziyarsh

    Aug. 27, 2014

This is my presentation for the Cognitive Cities Conference in Berlin. The presentation is about how cities and citizens can collaborate to develop better cities and society by using participatory platforms, open processes, people skills and a defined purpose.

Vistos

Vistos totais

2.189

No Slideshare

0

De incorporações

0

Número de incorporações

6

Ações

Baixados

60

Compartilhados

0

Comentários

0

Curtir

8

×