The Module 1.2 has been created by the University of Applied Sciences in Western Switzerland for the 2ISECAP project and adapted by Energy Living Lab Association for the SWEET Lantern project.
Content of the Module:
- What is a Governance Model?
- Why Have a Governance Model?
- Types and examples of Governance Models
- How to develop a Living Lab Governance Model?
CC BY-NC: This license allows reusers to distribute, remix, adapt, and build upon the material in any medium or format for noncommercial purposes only, and only so long as attribution is given to the creator.
Scientific publications :
Mease, L., A. & al. (2018). Engagement takes a (fishing) village to manage a resource: Principles and practice of effective stakeholder engagement.
Ståhlbröst, A. (2015). Stakeholders in Smart City Living Lab Processes
Van de Vena, F., et al (2016). Adaptation Planning Support Toolbox: Measurable performance information based tools for co-creation of resilient, ecosystem-based urban plans with urban designers, decision-makers and stakeholde
- 2iSECAP Project (2019). The Living Lab guide for Cities fighting against Air Pollution
- Cavalini, S. et al (2016). Using the Quadruple Helix Approach to Accelerate the Transfer of Research and Innovation Results to Regional Growth
All the modules
Establishing and Managing Living Labs: This section addresses core aspects of Living Labs, covering setup, roles, and governance to foster thriving Living Labs.
- Module 1.1 – Living Lab Approach and Stakeholders Ecosystem Management (Released)
- Module 1.2 – Governance Models (Released)
- Module 1.3 – How to set up a Living Lab and define a common vision (Released)
- Module 1.4 – Defining the roles (Released)
- Module 1.5 – Business Models (Not released)
- Module 1.6 – Open Innovation legal and IPR (Not released)