Living Lab Markers
Wednesday, 8th September, 14:00 – 15:15 CEST
The Living Lab Markers are a tool to qualify and evaluate collective innovation processes with a user-centered approach. It allows to implement a participatory and user-centered project and carry out a continuous evaluation of the specificities of the methodology throughout the project.
More information on the tool can be found here: https://www.marqueurs-livinglab.org/?lang=en.
By participating in this session, you will be able to discover and appropriate for the first time these markers in order to evaluate at what scale you apply the Living Lab method in your projects. You will also be able to enrich the Living Lab community by giving us your opinion on how to facilitate the use of this tool.
This interactive session will be limited to a maximum of 50 participants. Please register upfront and be so kind as to unregister yourself if you no longer can make it. This allows other participants to join.
This tool is for anyone who has an idea and wants to implement it with a Living Lab methodology. It allows to
- Implement a participatory and user-centered project and carry out a continuous evaluation of the specificities of the methodology throughout the project.
- Evaluate a project already underway, and make it evolve to integrate a Living Lab approach.
- Facilitate the definition of an action plan for the implementation of a Living Lab approach.
14.00-14.05 Welcome & Introduction
Koen Vervoort, Network Builder ENoLL
14.05-14.15 Context of the living lab markers
Lara Vigneron, CEO of Yuza and project manager for Wallonia e-health Living Lab (WeLL)
14:15-15:15 Discovery of the markers through a participative facilitation
Koen VervoortSenior Strategist
Starting his professional career in 1994 as frontline manager at Mc Donald’s, Nike and IKEA, he moved to the open innovation sector. Living the labs since 2006 @ i-City, IBBT, iMinds, City of Things & iMec. Sharing knowledge & experiences with internal and external clients as an User Involvement Evangelist. Working as an internal & external challenger in order to constantly improve the way of interacting, supporting & cooperating with (international)(large) panels of users & stakeholders in (complex) ecosystems. Keeping an eye on the quality of (large) quantitative surveys. Managing thematic monitors (e.g. digimeter, Smart City Meter) from A to Z. Setting up cross border cooperations between different panels. In 2020 he joined the ENoLL office to help the network grow.