FIFTH MODULE: Project feasibility analysis – April 2, 2022

The fifth module is designed as a time to analyze the critical issues that emerged during the course in order to refine the project idea. In this regard, the workshop session will be devoted to an analysis of GDPR and critical issues related to data sharing in healthcare. By the end of the workshop, GrinnerZs will have gained an overview of the GDPR and will have understood the tools for solving any critical issues in the legal sphere.

In the co-working session, on the other hand, the GrinnerZs will be able to present their idea in front of a panel of practitioners, with different expertise, who will give feedback to the students. During this session, the GrinnerZs will also be able to ask the guests questions in order to improve the project idea ahead of the closing day.

Workshop: Feasibility Analysis
Speaker: Prof. Filiberto Brozzetti

Co-Working: “Pre-Pitching” and listening to feedback
Jury: GrInn.City, Prof. Christian Fernando Iaione, Doc. Claudia Bugno, Doc. Assunta De Luca, Doc. Luna Kappler, Doc. Alessandro Piperno

FOURTH MODULE: Co-Governance Models for an Inclusive Ecosystem – March 26, 2022

This module is focused on developing a governance model that is not only open and involves all stakeholders but is also able to return value to anyone who contributes to generating it. In this regard, the workshop will be devoted to explaining the topic of co-governance to the GrinnerZs. In addition, GrinnerZs will hear testimonies from actors who have managed to implement and put into practice co-governance models even in the digital world.

The co-working session will focus on putting into practice the knowledge gained in the workshop session in order to develop a governance scheme that ensures an active role for all actors involved and that is also able to distribute value to all those who participate in creating it.

Workshop: Dott.ssa De Nictolis

Workshop: Co-governance and stakeholder engagement
Speaker: Prof. Iaione
Best practices: CooperACTiva, Reggio Emilia, Tiber Foundation

Co-Working: Building an inclusive governance model
Facilitators: GrInn.City, Doc. Luna Kappler

THIRD MODULE: Economic feasibility: financing tools and business models – March 19, 2022

The third module’s theme is the economic sustainability of the project. In this regard, the workshop will focus on raising awareness of the tools through which it is possible to finance a project such as the one the GrinnerZs will implement. In particular, it will be analyzed the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRP), which places a strong emphasis on Healthcare 4.0.

In addition, the concepts of Sustainable and Social Finance as additional tools aimed at financing the project idea will be analyzed. The Co-Working session will be dedicated to analyzing the business model concept and then creating that of the project idea that the GrinnerZs will develop.

Workshop: Financing Tools and Business Model
Speakers: Futuritaly, Doc. Benedetta Gillio, Prof. Roberto Sallustio, Doc. Alessandro Piperno

Co-Working: Business Model Ideation
Facilitators: GrInn.City, Doc. Alessandro Piperno

SECOND MODULE: Digital innovation in the health sector – March 12, 2022

The second module is aimed to investigate the possible synergies between digital innovation and the healthcare sector. The workshop session will be dedicated to the study of emerging technologies and how they can be applied in the healthcare sector. By the end of this workshop, GrinnersZ will be clear on how the main emerging technologies (e.g., Blockchain, IoT, Artificial Intelligence, etc.) work and their possible applications. Again, the GrinnerZs will be able to engage with start-ups and companies active in healthcare 4.0. The Co-Working session, on the other hand, will be dedicated to selecting those digital innovations that are best able to respond to the needs previously identified and that are best able to support the various Stakeholders involved.

Workshop: The positive impact of digitization in the health sector
Speakers: Prof. Tania Di Mascio, Doc. Diana Bruno
Best practices: Enel X, O3 Enterprise S.r.l.

Co-Working: Digital solutions for the transition to healthcare 4.0
Facilitators: GrInn.City, Doc. Luna Kappler

FIRST MODULE: Mapping and Stakeholder Engagement for Creating a Collaborative Eco-System – March 5, 2022

The first module will be devoted to providing GrinnerZs with the tools to be able to apply design thinking methodologies. The workshop session will provide theoretical concepts for identifying and analyzing certain social/environmental needs to be addressed. Then, it will be shown how it is possible to respond to these needs by providing solutions that are also economically sustainable in an entrepreneurial perspective aimed at generating a positive impact. The GrinnerZ will not only analyze these concepts from a theoretical point of view but they will have the opportunity to hear testimonials from start-ups and companies generating positive impacts. In the co-working session, on the other hand, the GrinnerZs will analyze the needs within the challenge and then map the stakeholders involved and link their respective needs to each of them. In addition, they will be provided with the necessary skills create tools that can understand stakeholder needs such as questionnaires and interviews.

The goal is to teach the GrinnerZs the importance of engaging all stakeholders, envisioning from the outset how they can ensure an active role for all project beneficiaries.

Workshop: Design Thinking as a tool for value creation

Speakers: Doc. Azzurra Spirito, Doc. De Luca

Best practices: Made in Carcere , Pedius


Co-Working: Idea generation through design thinking

Facilitators: GrInn.City, Doc. Alessandro Piperno, Doc. Luna Kappler, Doc. Assunta De Luca

GrInn Lab 2022 Kick-Off – Feb. 25, 2022

The complicated pandemic situation we have been facing for two years now has brought with it many changes, one of the main ones being the way we live in the city. The issues caused by this situation are not all new; the pandemic has also exacerbated previously critical situations. This opens the door to numerous scenarios for rethinking the city of the future. One of the preeminent aspects brought to light by this situation is the way we have been accustomed to using health services within the cities in which we live. This aspect will be one of the key developments that will lead to rethinking the city no longer as a mere urban agglomeration, but as a hub for experimenting with a new system of Healthcare 4.0. For a city that wants to improve in terms of managing the flow of people and fair access to the healthcare system, the transition to a Healthcare 4.0 system will make it possible for these services to be accessed in a rapid, decentralized, and inclusive manner.

The GrInn Lab kick-off day will be a time to introduce GrinnerZs to this topics, and through the valuable interventions of the guests who will punctuate the semester’s activities, from both the academic and professional worlds, give a jump start to the work of the Grinn Lab.

Kick-off day speakers: Doc. Claudia Bugno, Doc. Giovanni Lo Storto, Prof.Christian Iaione, Prof. Federica Meoli, Team GrInn.City.