Smart Cities Governance // Humble Governance – The Case of Colorado
Smart cities are by now much more defined by social innovation than by automation and technology. This is why the Governor of Colorado has decided to launch a new experimentation into new forms of governance, by rethinking their infrastructure decision-making process with the ambitious goal to increase equity for Coloradans.
Using the framework of Humble Governance and with the participation of members of the Governor’s Office of Colorado, we invite you to take part in our live interactive session. Together, we will explore what innovative solutions, benefit for citizens, and challenges can come from humility.
The session is hosted by Demos Helsinki, together with the state of Colorado. Working language is English.
Are you interested in taking part in this CBF Academy workshop? Sign up via the following link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwkd-yrqjIvEt22EGxZonlmY_ytbOV4D6nW
Vincent Lassalle is a Senior Consultant based in Paris and is in charge of Demos Helsinki’s operations in France. Vincent has been a practitioner, a consultant and a writer on the topic of organisational innovation and societal change for over a decade. He has an international career spanning the entire innovation value chain in the private and public sectors, from research & development to growth management, with experience in venture capital, change management and entrepreneurship.
USA Manager of Special Projects, Governor's Office / Governor's Office, State of Colorado
Nikky Patel is the Manager of Special Projects in the Governor’s Office for the State of Colorado. She works with people across the organization to collaborate, identify targeted areas for improvement across state government, and implement robust performance management systems. Previously Nikky was the Deputy Director of Boards and Commissions. She graduated with her bachelor’s degree from Whittier College and her master’s degree from Harvard University.