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11: Spannungsfeld Innovation: Tiefgehende Veränderung schaffen

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Hauptschule
Breakout / Democracy & Governance
in englischer Sprache

Wie schafft man nachhaltige Innovationen in Politikorganisationen und Bürokratien? Wie kann man eine Kultur des Wandels im Rahmen der Organisationskultur nachhaltig gestalten? TeilnehmerInnen und ExpertInnen werden Erfolge und Misserfolge des Change-Managements in ausländischen und öffentlich-rechtlichen Organisationen erforschen.

Vortragende

Co-Founder, End Famine and Chief Executive Officer, Be Bold Media, Washington D.C.
Director, NEOS Lab, Vienna
Director, Richard C. Holbrooke Forum for the Study of Diplomacy and Governance, American Academy, Berlin
Executive Director, The Future of Diplomacy Project, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University, Cambridge Chair

BA Sabrina HERSI ISSA

Co-Founder, End Famine and Chief Executive Officer, Be Bold Media, Washington D.C.

2004-2007 Reporter/Producer, National Public Radio/WOSU Public Media
2006 Bachelor of Arts in International Relations & Diplomacy, Political Science, Women Studies, The Ohio State University
2006-2007 Multimedia Communications, Oxfam America
2006-2007 Deputy Director, Afghans for Civil Society
2007-2008 National Digital Director, Women’s Editorial Forum
since 2010 Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Be Bold Media
since 2011 Co-Founder, End Famine
2012-2014 Fellow, Roosevelt Institute
since 2014 Journalist & Opinion Writer, Guardian US & Outlets

Mag. MPA Josef LENTSCH

Director, NEOS Lab, Vienna

2000-2007 Co-Founder; Managing Partner, UNIPORT, Vienna
2000-2008 Master of Science in Psychology, University of Vienna
2008-2010 Master of Public Administration, Harvard Kennedy School
2010-2012 Head of Fellowship Services, The Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA), London
2012-2013 Director, RSA International, The Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA), London
2012-2013 Founding Board Member, NEOS
since 2014 Founding Director, NEOS Lab, Vienna

MA Jan TECHAU

Director, Richard C. Holbrooke Forum for the Study of Diplomacy and Governance, American Academy, Berlin

 Jan Techau is the director of Carnegie Europe, the European think tank of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Techau works on EU integration and foreign policy, transatlantic affairs, and German foreign and security policy.
 Before joining Carnegie in March 2011, Techau served in the NATO Defense College's Research Division from February 2010 until February 2011. He was director of the Alfred von Oppenheim Center for European Policy Studies at the German Council on Foreign Relations in Berlin between 2006 and 2010, and from 2001 to 2006 he served at the German Ministry of Defense's Press and Information Department.
 Techau is an associate scholar at the Center for European Policy Analysis and an associate fellow at both the German Council on Foreign Relations and the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies. He is a regular contributor to German and international news media and writes a weekly column for Judy Dempsey's Strategic Europe blog.

MPA MA Cathryn CLÜVER ASHBROOK

Executive Director, The Future of Diplomacy Project, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University, Cambridge

 Cathryn Clüver is the founding Executive Director of the Future of Diplomacy Project, which examines the challenges to negotiation and statecraft in the 21st century. She is also the Interim Executive Director of the India and South Asia Program at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs.
 She looks back on a ten-year career in international journalism and communications, during which she covered global affairs, most notably EU politics and business and the aftermath of September 11th, working as a producer and writer for CNN-International based in Atlanta and London.
 She served on the management team of the European Policy Centre in Brussels, where she was the Deputy Editor of its public policy journal, Challenge Europe, and the think tank's Communications Director, before joining Roland Berger Strategy Consultants as Senior Journalist and consultant in 2005. There, she worked on public policy issues (demographic change, urban competitiveness, green energy) and advised both the consultancy's Chinese and French offices on branding and communication strategies. In 2009 she served in the second Bloomberg mayoral administration, where she implemented an online program for New York City's 1.8 million limited-English-proficiency migrants to access essential public services. Her past research work and writing has focused on comparative immigration systems and border control in the European Union and the US. She has lectured on EU communications policy and European competitiveness and cohesion at the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the University of Nancy, France and her alma mater, Brown University. In her current role, she examines negotiation practice and the impact of technology and communication on diplomatic actors and spearheads the Project's Metro Diplomacy Initiative, looking at the international role of cities. She has commented on EU-US relations and immigration on ABC radio and on German television and radio, including on ARD and PHOENIX and writes regularly for Atlantic Monthly's Quartz. Cathryn holds a Masters Degree in Public Administration (MPA) from the Harvard Kennedy School, where she was a Hauser Fellow in Nonprofit Management and recipient of the Donald K. Price award for academic excellence and community service. She is a graduate of the London School of Economics, where she received a Masters Degree in European Studies, and of Brown University, where she completed her undergraduate degree in International Relations and French Civilization. Cathryn is an elected member of the HKS Alumni Board of Directors, where she is serving a four-year term and was named a Truman National Security Fellow in 2011. In 2012 she was appointed to the Advisory Council of Georgetown University's BMW Center for German and European Studies.

Politische Gespräche

Timetable einblenden

26.08.2017

14:00 - 18:00Professional Programme "Die Zukunft unserer Welt"Partner
15:00 - 18:00Professional Programme on Strategies of InfluencePartner
15:00 - 18:00Sicherheitspolitik zwischen den GenerationenPartner

27.08.2017

09:00 - 12:00Professional Programme on Strategies of InfluencePartner
09:00 - 12:00Teuflische DiplomatiePartner
10:00 - 12:00Die US-Wahl 2016: ein Blick hinter die KulissenPlenary
10:00 - 11:30Kamingespräch mit Ruth Dreifuss: Frauen und MachtPartner
14:00 - 16:30Eröffnung: Werte und Visionen eines gemeinsamen EuropasPlenary
17:00 - 18:30Der Realität ins Auge blicken: das internationale System in den Griff bekommenPlenary
19:00 - 20:30Die USA, die EU und Russland: was ändert sich mit der neuen US-Regierung?Plenary

28.08.2017

08:30 - 09:30Höhenfrühstück 03: POLITICO Morning BriefingPlenary
10:00 - 12:30Breakout Session 01: Krieg und Demokratie in der Ukraine: Wege in die ZukunftBreakout
10:00 - 12:30Breakout Session 02: Von Konflikten zur kollaborativen Governance: mit Open Data und der "Intelligenz der Vielen" zur Innovation des öffentlichen SektorsBreakout
10:00 - 12:30Breakout Session 03: Kann ich bleiben oder muss ich gehen? Die Auswirkungen des Klimawandels auf MigrationBreakout
10:00 - 12:30Breakout Session 04: Militärische Kooperationen zur Bewältigung sicherheitspolitischer HerausforderungenBreakout
10:00 - 12:30Breakout Session 05: Interessensausgleich in Zeiten abnehmenden sozialen ZusammenhaltsBreakout
10:00 - 12:30Breakout Session 06: Alternative Fakten, Provokationen und soziale Spaltung: über den richtigen Umgang mit PopulismusBreakout
10:00 - 12:30Breakout Session 07: Die EU auf dem Prüfstand: 60 Jahre Konflikt und Kooperation in EuropaBreakout
10:00 - 12:30Breakout Session 08: Geoengineering: politische Folgen, technische Möglichkeiten und RisikenBreakout
10:00 - 12:30Breakout Session 09: Genome Editing: Regulierung an der Grenze zur UngewissheitBreakout
10:00 - 12:30Breakout Session 11: Spannungsfeld Innovation: Tiefgehende Veränderung schaffenBreakout
12:30 - 13:30Kamingespräch mit Talia SassonPartner
12:30 - 14:00MittagsempfangBreakout
14:00 - 16:30Breakout Session 12: Digitale Sicherheit: Social MediaBreakout
14:00 - 16:30Breakout Session 13: Neue Freiheiten, alte Zwänge? Herausforderungen bei der Integration von weiblichen Flüchtlingen in ÖsterreichBreakout
14:00 - 16:30Breakout Session 14: Wissenschaftsbasierte Politikgestaltung in Zeiten der Post-Wahrheit?Breakout
14:00 - 16:30Breakout Session 15: Migration und Kunst: Europas neues NarrativBreakout
14:00 - 16:30Breakout Session 16: Wege aus dem Dublin-DilemmaBreakout
14:00 - 16:30Breakout Session 17: Demokratie in Zentral- und Osteuropa: hinten nach oder einen Schritt voraus?Breakout
14:00 - 16:30Breakout Session 18: Missionsorientierte Innovationspolitik in der PraxisBreakout
14:00 - 16:30Breakout Session 19: Das Ende eines teuren Krieges: Alternativen zu gescheiterter DrogenpolitikBreakout
14:00 - 16:30Breakout Session 20: Die Arktis: neue Narrative für ein umstrittenes TerritoriumBreakout
14:00 - 16:30Breakout Session 21: Demokratie neu denken: Was können wir von bottom-up demokratischen Innovationen lernen?Breakout
17:30 - 19:00Sicherheit und Freiheit in der digitalen ZukunftPlenary
19:30 - 21:00Green innovation: dringend & wichtig zugleichPlenary

29.08.2017

09:00 - 12:30Wege zur Nachhaltigkeit: von der Wahrnehmung zur VerhaltensänderungPlenary