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Thursday, June 13 • 15:00 - 15:45
Quadruple Helix Modell for Multi-Stakeholder-Dialogue in regional development projetcs FULL

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Quadruple Helix Modell for Multi-Stakeholder-Dialogue in regional development projetcs
FieldTrip of the Students from the University of Applied Sciences Magdeburg within their project: Magdeburg: European Capital of Culture 2025 (ECOC)

The aim of this 3-semester long project led by Prof. Dr. Anke Trommershausen and Daniela Marzavan is to enhance the sustainable participation of the FH Magdeburg in the application of the city of Magdeburg to become European Capital of Culture in 2025.

Hereby the projects that will be implemented in the city by the students should have an impact on its citizens beyond the ECOC application and therefore facilitate the sustainable dialogue between Industry, Policy, Science and Civil Society.

Throughout the Design Thinking process the students defined the challenge applying qualitative research methods, then focused on four personae each representing one Helix and developed ideas, that will be presented an discussed at the Waterkant festival. The feedback will be passed along to the students from the next semester who will implement the ideas in the city of Magdeburg.
Furthermore we used the concept of the Quadruple Helix Modell (Carayanis/Grigoroudis 2016) for sustainable regional development in a Multi-Stakeholder-Dialogue to make sense of the data and create human-centered innovative ideas.

Are you interested in applying the Open Innovation Model of Quadruple Helix to your own regional development project, or what to learn more about using Design Thinking in teaching assignments? Were you involved in the ECOC application of a city or in students projects that continued existing beyond the course (like www.deinraum.sh or the  Waterkant Festival)?  Or do you simply want to give our students constructive feedback? Then please join our session!

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Daniela Marzavan

Marzavan
Daniela Marzavan wears different hats like lecturer, researcher and advisor. She operates within/between the disciplines of design research, design thinking, management studies and organisational change, working intercuturally and cross-sectors. You can come across her teaching at... Read More →


Thursday June 13, 2019 15:00 - 15:45 CEST
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