©2018 by Energy Innovation Center Institute.

Schedule

Day 1
Monday, September 24th

Economics of Mutuality

Join business leaders to explore the Economics of Mutuality.This day will be targeted toward a select international group of C-suite executives, leading academics, foundation, and government leaders who are interested and have the authority to drive change in business.

Day 1 Schedule

8:00 am - Registration & Check-In

8:30 am - Breakfast & Introduction Welcome to Pittsburgh and the EIC

Rich DiClaudio, CEO of the EICI , Mayor Bill Peduto, and Lisa Clayton, CEO of the PLF

9:15 am - Session I: EOM 101 Overview

10:15 am - Facilitated Q&A on EOM

10:45 am - Break

11:00 am - Session II: EOM 201 Practical Application - The Mechanics: Part I

12:00 pm - Lunch Break - served on site

1:00 pm - Session III: EOM 201 Practical Application - The Mechanics: Part II

2:00 pm - Session IV: Panel on the Role of EOM Education (Learning and Unlearning)

2:30 pm - Break

2:45 pm - Session V: The View of EOM in the Development & Financial Investment Spaces -

Opportunities & Challenges

3:15 pm - Breakout Activity - How Might EOM Metrics & Management Practices Adress A Pressing

Business Issue Your Group is Facing

4:15 pm - Closing Remarks

4:30 pm - Buses Depart for PNC Park

5:00 pm - Break Out Activity: Tour of PNC Park with Architect, David Greusel.

(Convergence Design: Creating Places Where People Can Fourish)

6:30 pm - Dinner & Networking at The Mattress Factorya contemporary art museum.

 

Day 2
Tuesday, September 25th

Future of Work Summit

Join the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce for a day of dynamic dialogue and discussion exploring the future of work. What does good work look like amidst a changing social contract around employment and the decline of traditional industry? What forms of collaboration are we seeing between philanthropy, the private sector, local and regional government, academia and civil society to advance the agenda of economic inclusion? How do we ensure that we incentivize ‘quality growth’ and not growth for growth’s sake? RSA Chairman Matthew Taylor will be joined by practitioners from across the country who will gather to share insights, learnings and perspectives on designing more inclusive and resilient regional economies.

Day 2 Schedule

8:30 am - Breakfast & Networking

9:00 am - Welcome from the RSA and EICI

9:10 am - Opening Remarks

Mayor Bill Peduto and Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive, RSA

9:45 am - Panel 1: Good Work in Transition- - Delivering Quality Jobs in a Shifting Landscape

of Work

10:30 am - Breakout discussion

11:15 am - Panel 2: From Wall St. to Main St. - Investing in Inclusive Growth

12:00 pm - Lunch Break

12:30 pm - Lunchtime Fireside Chat: "Think Like a System, Act Like an Entrepreneur"

Bruce Katz and Matthew Taylor

1:30 pm - Panel 3: Shifting Giants - The Art of Driving Institutional Change

2:15 pm - Breakout Discussion

3:00 pm - Panel 4: Systems Design - Emerging Social Innovation for Economic Security

3:45 pm - Coffee Break

4:00 pm - Panel 5: Responding to Post-Industrial Shocks - Lessons and Insights in Collaboration and

Leadership from Pittsburgh

5:00 pm - Closing Remarks

5:15 pm - Shuttle transfer to Ace Hotel
6:00 pm - Fireside Chat and Evening Networking Reception the Ace Hotel

 

Day 3 Schedule

8:30 am - Breakfast & Networking

9:00 am - League of Intrapreneurs Workshop

11:30 am - Lunch & Connections

12:30 pm - League of Intrapreneurs US: Co-Design Session

3:00 pm - Closing Remarks

*Evening Social Events Optional*

Day 3
Wednesday, September 26th

League of Intrapreneurs Workshop

An introduction to the art of intrapreneurship for public and private-sector intrapreneurs working to bring about systemic change through their organizations. This workshop highlights the power of intrapreneurship for solving wide-scale social and environmental problems and helps individuals and teams develop the entrepreneurial skills and pace required for success in the 21st century. We will create space to explore questions relevant to your own practice as an intrapreneur or systems change agent as well as to look at how we can join forces to create something bigger and more impactful.