5.1 / KNOWLEDGE FEDERATION WORKSHOP DUBROVNIK 2014

Bootstrapping Systemic Innovation

20 – 22 October 2014        Send to printer


Conference organizers

Dino Karabeg, University of Oslo, Norway
Alexander Laszlo, Buenos Aires Institute of Technology, Argentina


Conference description:

This world we are living in invites new thinking and new courses of action. ‘Systemic innovation’ might seem technical, until we realize that the key to making our world ‘sustainagble’ or ‘thrivable’, or even just to use science and technology to our true and lasting benefit, is to 1) learn how to innovate at the level of key societal institutions (governance, science, education, public informing, finance…) 2) begin to innovate – in the domain of technology, and in all other domains – based on systemic thinking and concerns. But how will this change – from innovation driven by market and linear thinking – to systemic innovation begin, realistically and practically? Douglas Engelbart proposed the answer – ‘bootstrapping’ or as Alexander put it ‘being the systems we want to see in the world’ – and that’s what this workshop is going to do. A group of international researchers working at the forefront of collaborative knowledge media will meet with systems scientists to begin to ‘bootstrap’ i.e. initiate systemical innovation in knowledge work, by re-creating conventional academic communication and co-creation practices for the systems sciences community.

For more information see attached file named "Invitation" in section documents for download.


Conference lecturers

Dino Karabeg, University of Oslo, Norway
Alf Maritn Johansen, University of Oslo, Norway
Renata Bačić, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Alexander Laszlo, Buenos Aires Institute of Technology, Argentina
Timur Shchukin, Moscow School of Management - Skolkovo, Russia
Ingela Teppy Flatin, Wabisabi Enterprise, Norway
Samuel Hahn, Stanford University, United States
Thomas Moroz, Lehigh University, United States
Frode Hegland, United Kingdom
Yuzuru Tanaka , Hokkaido University, Japan
Lazar Kovacevic, Serbia
Pavel Luksha, Moscow School of Management - Skolkovo, Russia
Kennan Salimero, Yamana science and Technology, United States


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