Program

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DAY 1. Thursday, 21
st January                     

Value Co-creation, Innovation and Digital Transformation in Public Services

08:15 Arrival & virtual registration
   
08:30

Welcome session and opening:
Chair: Eva Senra
            Vice-Chancellor, Economy, Entrepreneurship, and Employability. UAH

 

Organizers welcome:

 

     Markus Scheuer
        RESER

      Anna Triantafillou
        COVAL

      Luis Rubalcaba
      UAH

 

    Fernando de Pablo
      Digital Office Director, municipality of Madrid 
      Ex-Secretary General for Digital Transformation in Spain

   
09:00

PLENARY-Key-notes: "The future of public innovation and digital services"
Chair: Luis Rubalcaba
            University of Alcalá

 
  • Alex Roberts
         Moving beyond sporadic innovation: Lessons learned from OPSI, OECD
         
 
  • Emanuele Baldacci
         The Digital Innovation Challenge. Director at DG DIGIT, European Commission 
          
   
10:00 Coffee break time
   
10:15 PARALLEL TRACKS: T7, T9, T10
   
10:15

PLENARY-COVAL SESSION. New avenues on value cocreation and service design 
Chair: Rolf Ronning
             University of Lillehammer, Norway

 
  • Jakob Trischler
          CTF Service Research Center, Karlstad, Sweden
 
  • Selected CO-VAL findings:
        Stephen Osborne, on value co-creation
           University of Edinburg, UK

         Maria Røhnebæk , on service design
           University of Lillehammer, Norway
   
11:30 PARALLEL TRACKS: T1, T2, T7, T9
   
11:30

PLENARY-COVAL SESSION. New avenues on digital transformation

Chair: Anna Triantafillou
            ATC, Greece

 
  • Gianluca Misuraca
         Danube University Krems, Austria
 
  • Discussion: selecting Co-VAL findings by:
         Ines Mergel
           Konstanz University, Germany

  • Concluding remarks by:
         David Osimo and Francesco Mureddu
           Lisbon Council, Belgium
   
12:45 Lunch time
   
13:30 PARALLEL TRACKS: T2, T3, T5, T7, T8, T9, T10
   
13:30

PLENARY-COVAL SESSION: H2020 projects on public sector: sharing progress and exploring synergies
Chair: Asa Barton
            DG CNECT H4. European Commission

 
  • COVAL - Anna Triantafillou
              ATC, Greece
 
  • COGOV - Keith Shaw
         Northumbria University, UK
 
  • ENLARGE - Cristina Vasilescu and Erica Melloni
         Institute for Social Research, Italy
 
  • CITADEL & TOKEN - Marcos Fernández Gutiérrez
          University of Cantabria, Spain
 
  • TROPICO - Lise Hellebø Rykkja and Line Marie Sørsdal
          University of Bergen, Norway
   
15:00 Coffee break time
   
15:15 PARALLEL TRACKS: T1, T2, T3, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10
   
15:15

Special session Round table on Women for leading Public Innovation
Chair: Ada Scupola
          Roskilde University

  A dialogue with:
 
  • Paz Sánchez
          Spanish Women for Public Innovation Association
 
  • Mary Feeney
         Professor of ethics in public affairs Arizona State University and author of "Power in Editorial Positions: A Feminist Critique of Public Administration"
 
  • Erika Widegren
        PChief Executive, Re-Imagine Europa (RIE) 
   
16:30

PLENARY-Key-note: "People, knowledge and innovation for public value"

Chair: Luis Rubalcaba
                  University of Alcalá

 
  • Mary Feeny
         Arizona State University, School for Public Affairs, US 
   
18:00 AWARDS
  RESER Lifetime achievement award to Prof. Marja Toivonen, Aalto University
  Introduced by Markus Scheuer, RESER president, and Jon Sundbo, Roskilde University
   
  RESER Founders´PhD Award
  Introduced by Marie-Christine Monnoyer, ICT Toulouse, France and Estíbaliz Hernández, Mondragon University
   
18:30 CLOSE



DAY 2. Friday, 22
nd January

Services Worlds, Value Creation and Innovation, Research and Policy Agendas

08:00 PARALLEL TRACKS: T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6
   
08:00

RESER-SfS Special session on: Cross-cultural aspects of digitalization and service innovation (joint session with Society for Serviceology)
Chair: Kentaro Watanabe
                National Institute of Advance Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan

                Marja Toivonen
                Aalto University, Finland

 
  • Spring Han
          Kyoto University, Japan
 
  • Walter Ganz
          Fraunhofer Institute, IAO, Germany
 
  • Kirsi Hyytinen 
          VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland
   
09:30 PARALLEL TRACKS: T3, T5, T10
   
09:30 PLENARY-COVAL SESSION. New avenues on public service innovation
Chair: Paul Windrum
                University of Nottingham, UK

 
  • "Public Innovation"
     Marja Toivonen
           Aalto University, Finland
 
  • Selected CO-VAL findings:
        Anthony Arundel, on public innovation metrics
           UNU-Merit, The Netherlands

         Lars Fuglsang, on living labs
           Roskilde University, Denmark

         Faïz Gallouj, on networks for social innovation
           University of Lille, France
   
11:15 PARALLEL TRACKS: T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T10
   
11:15

Special sessions "Meeting the editors"
RESER Session A) Innovation and services journals:
Chair: Faiz Gallouj
            European Review of Service Economics and Management

 
  • Maria Savona
           Editor of Research Policy
 
  • Levent Altinay
           Editor of the Services Industrial Journal
 
  • Faiz Gallouj
           European Review of Service Economics and Management
 
  • Special Issue in Foresight and STI Governance: new directions for KIBS and KIBS research
         Guest editors: 
          Ian Miles
            University of Manchester

          Veroniuka Belousova
            ISSEK, Higher School of Economics, Moscow
   
 

COVAL Session B) Public administration journals:
Chair: Stephen Osborne
                Editor of Public Management Review

 
  • Stephen Osborne
           Editor of Public Management Review
 
  • Anders Ryom Villadsen
           Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 
 
  • Paolo Roberto Graziano
           Editor of Governance
 
  • Isabel Maria Garcia Sanchez
          Editor-in-Chief, Administrative Sciences
 
  • Special Issue at Administrative Sciences. Insights on value co-creation in the public sector
         Guest editors: 
          Luis Rubalcaba
          Kirsty Strokosch
          Maria Røhnebæk
          Anne Vorre Hansen
          Christine Liefooghe
   
11:15 Special Session: Innovation procurement in Europe and the Procure2Innovate Network
 
  • Marlene Grauer
           International Project Manager - KOINNO, German Competence Centre for innovation procurement
 
  • Beatriz Torralba
           Innovation Procurement Office CDTI, Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation - Spanish Competence Centre for innovation procurement
 
  • Rolf Zeldenrust
           Senior Advisor Innovation Procurement - PIANOo, Dutch Competence Centre for innovation procurement
    Facilitated by ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability
   
12:30 Lunch time
   
14:00

Round table on policies for governance in developing economies
Chair: Nanno Mulder
CEPAL-ECLAC and REDLAS

 
  • Miguel Ángel Porrúa
           Coordinador del Cluster de Datos y Gobierno Digital del BID
 
  • Zahid Hasnain
           Global Lead on Public Institutions Reform, the World Bank Group
 
  • Carlos Santiso
           Director for the Digital Innovation in Government Department
 
  • Francisco Velázquez
           CLAD
   
15:30 Coffee break
   
15:45

PLENARY-COVAL-IBM policy and stakeholder´s session: round table on the future of public services transformations and policy and research agendas
Chair: David Osimo
The Lisbon Council, Belgium

Co-chair: Dan Chenok
C. for the Business of Government. IBM Global, US

   
15:45-17:00

The view from different organizations

 
  • Walter Ganz
           Fraunhofer Institute, IAO, Germany
 
  • Miquel Estape
           LivingGob, Barcelona
 
  • Francisco Rojas
          Novagob e Innolabs                                                        
 
  • Dan Chenok
          Center for The Business of Government. IBM, US      
 
  • Gianluca Misuraca
          Danube University Krems, Austria    
 
  • Francesco Mureddu
          The Lisbon Council    
 
  • Charlotte van Ooijen
          The Lisbon Council    
   
17:00-17:30 Policy and research agenda
   
17:30 Closing session and presentation of the next RESER Congress

 

DAY 3. Saturday, 23rd January

09:30

RESER GENERAL ASSEMBLY (Open to all participants) 

 

 

 

 

 

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