Leadership Development – a short course in a great place with good peopleUniversity of Cumbria, Ambleside: December 3-6 2018, intensive, revitalising CPD!
Love learning in great places with good people? We think you’ll love this intensive, immersive and transformative excursion into the realms of Leadership Development too. Whether you’re a ‘leader-in-the-making’ or working to develop others leadership potential, this short course will challenge, stimulate and, if you’re up for it, generate new thinking and practice.
We mix it up with a blend of input and experiential hands-on activities facilitated and steered by professionals, leaders and experts from a range of sectors. Our aim is to grow skills and know-how on leadership and its development. We’ll work together to develop our critical understanding of what leadership development means in different contexts, how it emerged, the influence of different fields, thinkers and practice and how building this solid foundation could influence and support the develop of practice.
What you should expect to achieve during the course:
It’s great to see that TravelSpirit founding member, Transport for Greater Manchester, has been given the honour of heading this international organisation for the next two years and that the annual conference has come to the UK.
As we did last year, we will be speaking again at the conference this year.
Giles Bailey, our CEO, will be presenting our joint paper with Mohamed Hegazy from the consultancy and community group Transport for Cairo in Egypt.
Our talk this year will focus on creating an open eco-system of data on the critical informal transport sector in Cairo and how this has allowed greater transparency in understanding the transport needs of this growing metropolis in an emerging economy.
Throughout the day speakers from across the Europe will be speaking on various aspects of this topic and comparing UK and other experiences including from councils, government and academia. Giles will be concentrating on the issues of creating an open framework and its benefits and challenges.
TravelSpirit will be hosting a session on the morning of Friday, October 19th at the Autonomy Conference in Paris, France
Autonomy is a annual global conference concentrating on new mobility trends and issues including MaaS and brings together speakers and exhibitors from across France as well as the wider world. Having attended last year, this year TravelSpirit we will be hosting an interactive session on the morning of Friday, October 19th looking at the work of the Foundation, the need for openness in city thinking, our progress on developing an Openness Index/ MaaS Maturity Index and the role that these kinds of indices can play in championing good practice in cities around the world. Please join us!
Click here for full transcript and to watch the session on video.
This was a 2 hour engaging dialogue between the Transport Committee and expert panel members, Paul Campion, Chief Executive, Transport Systems Catapult, Si Ho, Global Chair of the TravelSpirit Foundation, Professor Maria Kamargianni, Head of Urban and Energy Lab, UCL Energy Institute and TravelSpirit UK Board member, and Piia Karjalainen, Senior Manager, MaaS Alliance. The session was chaired by Lilian Greenwood MP for Nottingham, supported by commitee members Paul Girvan MP for County Antrim, Graham Morris MP for Easington, Luke Pollard MP for Plymouth, Graham Stringer MP for Greater Manchester and Iain Stewart MP for Milton Keynes.
The oral evidence covered definitions of MaaS, comparisons with the activities of tech companies such as Uber and Google, what economic and environmental benefits it could bring to the UK, barriers to implementation and the differences between a open and closed MaaS system, what role central government could/should play and to what extent MaaS was relevant outside the London capital and the potential for unintended consequences, including exclusion of vulnerable groups. TravelSpirit championed the role of government to leading on a new “Open Mobility” framework that focussed on interoperability and customer data portability and to consider on the positive benefits MaaS could bring to young people and air quality issues in the UK regions outside of London.
Click here for the report subsequently published in collaboration with TravelSpirit, that outlines the opportunity for decentralised MaaS and other potential transformative applications of blockchain in transport.
This was an exciting conference showcasing practical approaches to embedding Mobility as a Service in the UK. It attracted a wide spectrum of people commissioning, developing and advising on new mobility and MaaS programmes exchanging experiences and views.
The programme was framed around policy and strategy and looked at the principles of openness and practical case studies to demonstrate when, how and why to apply it.
By 2050 at least 70 percent of the global population will live in cities and urban traffic will have tripled. We need to develop smart and resilient cities for the future with more efficient traffic infrastructures, ensuring people are at the heart of city development. Technology has the potential to improve quality of life and the digital revolution is transforming mobility through demand-led services.
Cars. Buses. Trains. Trams. Tubes. If you think we have reached the limit of how we move around our cities, think again.
TransforMOTION is racing towards us. And we are counting down to a day packed with innovative exhibitions, inspiring talks from industry leaders, and the chance to network with technology and transport in uencers from around the world.
We will be tapping into the brain of robotics, hearing from the women of the future, challenging mobility in cities and more.
For transforMOTION Bosch invites the public to gain a glimpse of the future through a series of installations, talks, technology showcases and hands-on activities.
Click here for our public event website and here for the agenda. It is a free event open to the public. Contact us if you are planning to come!
MaaS Reloaded: Friday 17th March afternoon
A business network event to punch through rhetoric and preconceptions about what MaaS is and what it can be. We invite you to join the conversations, ask tough questions, be ambitious and think globally about how we can truly transform mobility, not in one city, but for every person in every corner of the world.
Hackout: Friday 17th – Sunday 19th March weekend
This event brought together passionate developers, digital artists, IoT experts and business savvy professionals, interested in the future space of ‘Mobility as a Service’, and want to be part of delivering this at scale, through open collaboration. Working with the UITP to bring about a global programme of city specific open source challenges. The hackout sends its winner to compete at a global hack in May 2017 UITP conference in Montréal, Canada
Lunchtime briefing event for TravelSpirit’s partnership with Iconic Blockchain, Mydex et al’s advocation of the potential for blockchain and community tokens to bring forward the development of open mobility eco-systems.
Transport and technology is converging into a new ‘Internet of Mobility’. TSio Protocol will positively transform the transport and travel sectors by providing a decentralised mobility infrastructure for connected people and cars, enabling integration, seamless travel, secure and international roaming capability for the transportation market.
Click here for the original Mills and Reeve invitation.