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Policy Experimentation by Design
12.12.16
9:30 - 18:00
Sustainable growth through experimental policy methods - a one-day symposium on the art and practice of systematic policy experimentation.
Event info
Time
9:30 - 18:00
Date
12.12.16
Address
Danish Design Centre
Eventlokalet, Bygning C
Frederiksholms Kanal 30
1220 Copenhagen K
Denmark
Extra information
The conference is reserved for policy makers, public managers and academics and ´by invitation only´.

The Danish Design Centre, in collaboration with Copenhagen Business School’s Public-Private Platform, is inviting a select group of policy makers, public managers and academics to discuss the expanding field of design. Both from a research and practice perspective, we see how design is going beyond industrial design to service design and to design for policy.  As an approach to working systematically with change, design methods are now offering a different way of policy making: User- centred, experimental, iterative and visual by nature.

While we at the Design Centre and the CBS Public-Private Platform think we are on to something important, we recognise that it takes a village.

Therefore, we want to co-create this new model of systematic experimentation with leading policy makers, public managers and academics and we now 
invite you to join us in leading the experimental policy revolution for a full day in Copenhagen.

The Aim is twofold:

  1. To contribute to the emerging practice of systematic policy experimentation
  2. To identify the key research agendas that can take the field even further.

Throughout the day we will explore case studies and insights from our own work and globally from a range of leading organisations and academics, in order to shape a future agenda for design-driven policy experimentation.

Confirmed speakers:

Ann Mettler, Director, European Political Strategy Centre (EPSC), the in-house think tank of the European Commission (EU)
Bjarne Corydon, Director, McKinsey Global Institute for Public Sector, and former Minister of Finance (DK)
Albert Bravo-Biosca, Head, Innovation Growth Lab, NESTA
Agnes Kwek, Executive Director, DesignSingapore Council
Giulio Quaggiotto, Advisor, Innovation, Prime Minister’s Office (UAE)
Rachel Cooper, Distinguished Professor, Lancaster University
Anders Sørensen, Professor, Centre for Innovation (CFI), Copenhagen Business School
Denise Meredyth, Professor, University of South Australia
Anders Hoffmann, Deputy director general, Danish Business Authority
Charles Leadbeater, Innovation Expert, Author & Advisor
Taina Kulmala, Ministerial Advisor, Head of Policy Analysis Unit, Prime Minister’s Office (FIN)
Sune Knudsen, COO, Danish Design Centre

Hosts
Carsten Greve & Paul du Gay
, Directors, Public-Private Platform, Copenhagen Business School
Christian Bason, CEO, Danish Design Centre