Tuesday 24 April, 09.00am-5.00pm, IBM, London
We are delighted to present the next two titles in our Health Innovation User Driven Design master classes.
- The Innovation Engine and Setting up the Trusted User Lab
- The dynamic business case and setting up the innovation evaluation design
To make the best use of your time the next two sessions will both be held on Tuesday 24 April 2018 as seperate morning and afternoon sessions. Delegates are actively encouraged to attend both sessions. You can do this by selecting a ticket for both events when registering.
Master class 2
The Innovation Engine and Setting up the Trusted User Lab (9.00am-1.00pm)
How do you involve and engage citizens and end-users in solving fundamental health care problems. With a focus on change management and the setting up and creating a safe forum for dialogue and involvement of citizens, focus will be on the innovation engine set-up in a project or programme.
After attending you will know:
- How to set up and use a Trusted User Lab
- How to use the Trusted User Lab to accelerate the process from identified problem to ready-for-implementation solutions
- How to involve citizens in large scale innovation projects
- How to test new solutions using the Trusted User Lab as a fail fast methodology
Master class 3
The dynamic business case and setting up the innovation evaluation design (1.00-5.00pm)
How to evaluate innovation; Evaluation Design; including dynamic business case set-up, as well as concrete methods in setting up and using the tools of the methodology. How to set up a dynamic business case measuring value creation for citizens, employees and organisations.
After attending you will know
- How to evaluate new and innovative solutions
- How different levels of evaluation may be used to evaluate innovation
- How to conduct and use local measurements to provide indications for innovation directions
- How to set up an evaluation design and use Test Action Business Cases
- How you may use local measurements and dynamic business cases for the evaluation of you own innovation projects
Both sessions will be facilitated by Rasmus Balder, Head of Design and Methodology from Public Intelligence – a Danish consultancy firm that operates in the field of health and social innovation. Rasmus is an experienced presenter and teacher of innovation. Together with private and public companies, he has lead the development of the innovation methodology. He is an experienced presenter and lecturer who will include the participants in discussions and practical reflections, and make sure all participants acquire ready to use insights to benefit own organisation.