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Shared Governance: Gateway to Entrepreneurism
Transcript of Shared Governance: Gateway to Entrepreneurism
...because it connects the sector silos state agencies
institutions local governments
patient ...using the people, data, networks
- this is where value & solutions will emerge With a shared governance model, entrepreneurs can provide solutions for society's complex issues of health, education, jobs & environment.
We need an infusion of innovation into our state's policies to create a modern business model. With this new avenue we can create the new jobs in this new space. Public Policy-makers Public Practitioners Private Practitioners Private Policy-makers http://www.agresourcestrategies.com (c) 2013 All Rights Reserved Shared Governance An Entrepreneur's Gateway to Deliver Solutions An entrepreneur assumes that another, better box of solutions exists In the last decade, big data, social/business networks and multi-media communications have opened up a lot of new boxes of solutions... ...and now we have new business models for retail, shipping, manufacturing, agriculture, finance, marketing, etc.
This shift has been about efficiencies, but it also is about a shift in governance. governance - the way rules are set and implemented Think about how the "rules" of purchasing have changed from big box retail to on-line with the resulting "Best Buy Syndrome" Even more recent and as rapid we are having the "rules" of higher education changing with MOOCs (massive open on-line courses). The result may be slightly less big box university students and many more MOOC students of all demographics and incomes. A less fluid, but perhaps equally rewarding are the changes in the "rules" of patient care. "Shared risk" care models focus on the best path for the patient. To put these shifts in context we can view the four sectors of governance In each scenario described, the governance has shifted from the policy-maker to the practitioner. The practitioner (farmer, student, patient, consumer), once just a policy target, now becomes a governance participant.
This has opened up the boxes of solutions because the practitioner understands what they need and with smart technologies they can now assist in delivery it. Why does it work? (c) 2013 Tim Gieseke All Rights Reserved. A shared governance model was developed and applied in 2007 by AgRS to address agri-environmental issues for the Minnesota Milk Producers Association and the MN Dept. of Agriculture. The result was new data, new relationships, new communication, new jobs, better environmental outcomes and lower transaction costs. Tim Gieseke has used this experience to publish EcoCommerce 101, a book that describes this in detail. His current work in this field include speaking engagements on such topics as shared governance, ecocommerce and symbiotic demand. Using his shared governance experience, Tim consults for:
the UN Foundation and Farm Foundation on "Solutions From the Land"
Chesapeake Bay Program in their efforts to account for natural resource benefits
CA Resource Conservation Districts in their effort to increase performance in an era of declining budgets
University of Wisconsin/USDA in developing curriculum and training firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.ecocommerce101.com In my work, the "rules" of land management are changing as farmer practitioners have access to data management and corporations are seeking sustainable solutions legislators
state agencies local agencies corporations
NGOs land managers