Designing a smart society: from smart cities to smart societies

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Drir. Rianne Valkenburg, Drir. Elke Den Ouden, and Drs. Mary Ann Schreurs outline the challenges of modern co-creation with citizens and the new design approach which is needed when applying OI2. Smart solutions enable citizens to become an active producer of societal value, instead of a passive consumer of government services. Redefining smart cities to a focus on quality of life for their citizens implies creating a smart society. In this transformation lies the design challenge of how to enable and engage all citizens to make use of the new possibilities and employ themselves. To really become a resilient city, a different approach is needed to engage the people.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationOpen Innovation 2.0 Yearbook 2016
EditorsBror Salmelin
Place of PublicationLuxemburg
PublisherEuropean Commission
Pages87-92
Number of pages6
ISBN (Electronic)978-92-79-53366-2
ISBN (Print)978-92-79-53365-5
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Publication statusPublished - Jun 2016

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Valkenburg, A. C., den Ouden, P. H., & Schreurs, M. A. (2016). Designing a smart society: from smart cities to smart societies. In B. Salmelin (Ed.), Open Innovation 2.0 Yearbook 2016 (pp. 87-92). Luxemburg: European Commission. https://doi.org/10.2759/0306
Valkenburg, A.C. ; den Ouden, P.H. ; Schreurs, M.A. / Designing a smart society : from smart cities to smart societies. Open Innovation 2.0 Yearbook 2016. editor / Bror Salmelin. Luxemburg : European Commission, 2016. pp. 87-92
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Valkenburg, AC, den Ouden, PH & Schreurs, MA 2016, Designing a smart society: from smart cities to smart societies. in B Salmelin (ed.), Open Innovation 2.0 Yearbook 2016. European Commission, Luxemburg, pp. 87-92. https://doi.org/10.2759/0306

Designing a smart society : from smart cities to smart societies. / Valkenburg, A.C.; den Ouden, P.H.; Schreurs, M.A.

Open Innovation 2.0 Yearbook 2016. ed. / Bror Salmelin. Luxemburg : European Commission, 2016. p. 87-92.

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Valkenburg AC, den Ouden PH, Schreurs MA. Designing a smart society: from smart cities to smart societies. In Salmelin B, editor, Open Innovation 2.0 Yearbook 2016. Luxemburg: European Commission. 2016. p. 87-92 https://doi.org/10.2759/0306