Conference: Unlocking the Potential of Working in Partnership for Innovation
When? During the week of Monday, September 27th to Friday, October 1st 2021.
Why? We wanted to present the LIAISON Journey so far and what are some of the results of our work!
What we did? We focused specifically upon the practical aspects of optimising interactive innovation and the potential of working in partnership for co-creation.
Next steps? We will present our policy-related findings in a follow-up meeting in Spring 2022 (details to be confirmed)
We want to thank all participants for helping us have such fruitful discussions and we invite you to check out the presentations and discussions we had throughout the week below.
Below you will find the presentations and videos from each session of the LIAISON conference. Enjoy!
|Opening Session: Overview of the LIAISON ‘journey’
|Engaging overview of the project’s journey showcasing key processes, memorable highlights and outputs
|Susanne v. Münchhausen, Anna Häring, Mark Redman
|Digging Deeper into the LIAISON Case Studies
|Role of the case studies in LIAISON
An interactive live panel chat from Flanders about the key findings from the LIAISON case study work
|Evelien Cronin, Sylvie Fosselle & Elke Rogge
Evelien Cronin, Sylvie Fosselle & Elke Rogge
|Co-learning from our Own Experiences
|Our own practical lessons from working in partnership in a Horizon 2020 multi-actor project
|Eléonore Pommier & Amandine Menet & Christèle Couzy,
|Online Inquiry through Story-telling: an innovative way to validate our findings
|Introduction to LIAISON’s use of an online inquiry tool for validating our project findings
|Lisa van Dijk
|The Challenge of Integrating Evaluation into the Co-creation Process
|Overview of our Impact Assessment Handbook and the 37 ‘practice-ready’ evaluation and impact assessment tools it contains
|Áine Macken Walsh, Martin Javornicky, Anna Maria Augustyn, Maddalena Bettoni, José María Díaz Puente, Robert Home, Sylvain Quiédeville
|Leveraging capacities for monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) for sustainable agriculture
|An exchange of experiences in the context of international agricultural innovation development projects
|Anna Maria Augustyn
|WORKSHOP: Introducing the LIAISON ‘How to Guides’
|Showcasing our new ‘How to Guides’ for innovation practitioners, with the opportunity for feedback on their usability and relevance
|Helen Aldis, Ana Allamand
|WORKSHOP: Identifying and Curing the Symptoms of an ‘Unhealthy’ Partnership for Co-innovation
|Practical discussion and sharing of experience about the soft skills needed to keep partnerships for innovation on the right track
|Susanne v. Münchhausen, Mark Redman
|Closing plenary: Unlocking the potential of working in partnership for innovation
|Lively closing discussion with short keynote presentations and responses from members of the LIAISON team
|Anna Häring, Andrew Fieldsend, Evelien Cronin, Dona Pickard, Henry Buller