8.00am Registration Opens
Level 1 Foyer Sir Paul Reeves Building (WG Building), AUT University
9.00am Connecting In - what are we bringing?
Agnes Naera, AUT
Haka Activation// Embodying collective essence as people of this land, Aotearoa
Choreographed by Jack Gray, Atamira
10.30 Working at the intersection: what are we seeing?
Welcome to the intersection: Penny Hagen, Symposium Co-convener
Design, Now and next, Noel Brown, DNA [Slides PDF]
Co-design, what it takes, Lynne Maher, Ko Awatea [Slides PDF]
Conversations with Elizabeth Goodwin, Ministry of Social Development
Hosts, Jim Scully Think Place & Gareth Parry PWC
12.00 Lunch & Spontaneous Table Topics
1.30pm Making a difference through design approaches in the social sector
Mauri Oho - Awakening Potential Through Personalised e-Learning Michele Kire, Kia Ata Mai Educational Trust, Matt Currie, Divergent
Rough Sleeping in Central Auckland: Helen Robinson, Auckland City Mission, Sophia Beaton & Dr Trudie Cain, Auckland Council, Victoria Hearn, Lifewise [Slides PDF]
Designing (and re-designing) Learning: Steve Mouldey, Hobson Point Secondary School [Slides PDF]
Out of the rubble: New ways of working, Guy Field & Lisa Evlampieff, Christchurch City Libraries [Slides PDF]
4.15pm Connecting our mahi
Host, Billy Matheson, Auckland Council
Reflections & emerging themes: where are we heading?
Hosts, Jim Scully, Think Place & Gareth Parry, PWC
9.00am Opening reflections
Lee Ryan, Symposium co-convener
Ingrid Burkett, Knode, Tacsi, Centre for Social Impact Australia
9.30am Skills Bus Stops
Speed teaching sessions designed for us to share some practical tools and methods
7 tips and tricks for igniting a community - Billy Matheson [PDF]
Investigative Rehearsal - Kelly Ann McKercher [PDF]
Prototyping - How to design, create and test a prototype - Matt Gould [PDF]
An investigative approach to design research - Max Adler [PDF]
Hands on with Lego Serious Play - Lee Ryan [PDF]
Visual Experience Boards - Abbi Harwood-Tobin [PDF]
Business model canvas for social enterprise design - Ingrid Burkett [PDF]
Theory of change - Chelsea Robinson [PDF]
Turn Design into Reality in Organisations - Jane Fitzgerald [PDF]
The right contributors at the right time - How do you make a design process inclusive and participatory, without resorting to design by committee? - Peter Harrison [PDF]
11.00 Surgery Session I - Project Surgeries
Meaningful conversations about the challenges and tensions that come with working at the intersection of design, social and impact. Each surgery is grounded in a specific project domain and hosted by a partnership team. Participants select to attend one of the following sessions.
Surgery 1. The Boundaries of Co-design: Government & Citizens - Hosted by Auckland Co-design Lab
Co-design Lab will share some of the real-world questions and challenges they need to address in their work to support co-design with citizens and between government agencies and NGO organisations. We will work together to explore how far we can and want to take co-design in such government contexts, and how might we initiate and support the new patterns of working we believe are needed.
Facilitator - Peter Harrison
Surgery 2. Young People Flourishing: Design & Social Change - Hosted by Lifehack
Lifehack will share some of their learnings to date around supporting and enabling young people to affect social change. They will share some of the tools and models they are applying and the opportunities and challenges they are embracing as they continue to evolve and understand the potential to support young people and their projects.
Facilitator - Billy Matheson
Surgery 3. Co-design and Social innovation with and within Communities - Tamaki Mental Health and Wellbeing Social Lab, Hosted by ADHB & ProCare
The team will share with us their learning and experience of setting up co-design and social labs within large scale complex community settings. Together we will explore questions of engagement, the impact of social labs approaches on how we all do our jobs, and the challenges for funding, governance and leadership.
Facilitator - Max Adler
1.30pm Surgery Session II
Working together to explore broader practice development questions or directions. Meta surgeries are initiated by provocations and reflections from 3-4 different voices, and then opened out to the group. Participants select to attend one of the following sessions:
Surgery 4. Implications for education and learning. Facilitated by Peter Harrison
Surgery 5. Design for Policy. Facilitated by Penny Hagen
Surgery 6. Integrating People Data and Measurement Facilitated by Billy Matheson
5.00pm Haere Ra! Farewell
Agnes Naera, AUT
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