Naar verwachting 15.000 mensen nemen deel aan de vierde editie van het (online) Creative Bureaucracy Festival met maar liefst 400 sprekers. Onder hen onze directeur Nora van der Linden en onze adviseur Overheid in transitie Dave van Loon. Je kunt je gratis registreren om deel te nemen aan een of meerdere van de 150 sessies.Registreer gratis voor Festival
Hieronder zie je de aankondigingen van de sessies die KL organiseert:
Redefining a good life, from the crib to the grave
maandag 13 september 17.30-17.55u
Kennisland (‘knowledge nation’ in Dutch) was founded in 1999 and is a pioneer in social innovation. Increasingly it has evolved to being more than a think tank. Its initial goal was to put the Netherlands on the map as a knowledge economy. One issue it focused on early was how to make government more efficient and in 2006 set up the beautiful named Kafka Brigade, which later became independent. It sought out and tackled unnecessary and dysfunctional bureaucracy in government. Now Kennisland tackles complex social problems and we hear about three of their many more recent projects from Nora van der Linden. They are: Rethinking what a school can be or what an elderly care home can become and finally how to increase the willingness to report discrimination among the Muslim community. A challenge for Kennisland having been a pioneer for so long – how can they maintain the momentum. A challenge for Kennisland having been a pioneer for so long – how can they maintain the momentum.
Core competencies // Breaking the glass ceiling for creative solutions
dinsdag 14 september 10.30-12.30u
In 2019, Kennisland (a Dutch think and do tank for social innovation) conducted a design research for the public prosecution office. The main question was: When tackling complex social issues, how can we integrate innovative and creative initiatives and solutions in a sustainable way?What kind of ‘interspace’ is needed to design creative solutions? This led to four key learnings and one scenario that Kennisland will share during this interactive session. In breakout groups we will explore and discuss:
- What kind of ‘interspace’ is needed to design creative solutions?
- What competencies are needed from civil servants and creatives to be able to facilitate and navigate creative processes and new collaborations?
- What are implications for ownership and financing the sustainability of creative solutions?
You will be challenged to apply new insights to your own context and practice – how can you get some cracks in the glass ceiling of your organisation?
Er is ook een LinkedIn-netwerkevent van het festival. Neem deel via deze link.