We work best when we are connected. Not only from technology but from shared value, ideas and goals.
Commonground celebrates the ‘connected’ worlds, the communities of changemakers that are changing the scenarios in which we live and activating social change, the way in which traditional organizations converge with such communities and, together, manage to generate new, fluid models and solutions that are proving to be effective in pushing the world ‘ahead’.
Commonground anticipates Maker Faire Rome and shows how the Faire, ten years after its arrival in Italy, has changed the way we look at, and we feel about, innovation.
3 THEMES, 3 INDUSTRIAL SECTORS CRIUCIAL TO THE ITALIAN AND THE ROME ECONOMY, AND EXTREMELY STRATEGIC IN THE GLOBAL SCENARIOS, TOO.
3 EVENTS FEATURING PRESTIGIOUS AND ENLIGHTENING SPEAKERS WITH WHOM WE WILL EXPLORE
- The socio-economic-environmental aspects of each of those sectors, as they are evolving and addressing
- Aspects related to skills: training, life-long learning, widespread education
- The impacts that these sectors have for the city of Rome, for its region, for the country; how they are able to lead them towards a more prosperous future and restore their centrality in the complex dialogue that extends to Europe and the world
MONDAY 3 OCTOBER, 3.30 pm
Gazometro Ostiense, Pad. 30 (access from from via Ostiense 72)
Science, Future, Health
What will healthcare and health management look like in the future? Conversations, reasoning and visions about the world to come. A session to envision the future scenarios of healthcare. Technologies and new devices, increasingly personalized services, smart solutions aiming at enable successful risk management strategies and at handling of critical issues.
The format is the ‘World Cafè’ one: highly energetic, engaging, will see many speakers on stage, deepening on four different topics:
TUESDAY 4 OCTOBER, 3.30 pm
Gazometro Ostiense, pad. 30 (access from via Ostiense 72)
New challenges between resources, sustainability and the market
Electronics have made people’s lives easier, smoother and more lively. It has reduced the distances between people and their worlds, has facilitated dialogue and deepening.
The use of electronics today is so much a part of our life that we can hardly imagine what the world would be like without it. Everything from cooking to music uses electronics or components in some way.
We can no longer do without electronics: it is a key industry in the economic and political scenario, and is influencing choices and decisions. The need for “attitude change” is strategic and is urging businesses and governments to act.
In this session, keynotes, in-depth analysis, small round tables, business testimonials and success stories will take you through a journey across the industry and the challenges is currently facing
WEDNESDAY 5 OCTOBER, 3.30 pm
Ostiense gazometer, pav. 30 (entrance from via Ostiense 72)
The future of culture is common
What does ‘culture’ mean today and what can represent the ‘commonground’ that the cultural industry needs? The session develops and stimulates reasoning on the innovation mindset in the cultural field and the impact it can have on the perceived value of culture and on the choices of use.
What would happen if we began to consider innovation as a common good, and what would it entail to treat culture and cultural production in this light?
These are just some of the many questions that will be explored in this session.
What is innovation, if not a way to keep us together? Together with Italian and international guests, we will discuss of ‘innovation mindset’: how to enable it, nourish it and let it flourish in the cultural industry – for the common good, precisely.