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Terms and principles
- Before starting the development project, one must get acquainted with the principles and accept them.
- The documents associated with the development project need to be delivered and the contracts need to be signed.
- The Privacy Impact Assessment needs to be done according to the instructions given by the city.
Principles for co-creation
- We commit to carrying the development project out according to the plan we have created together.
- We commit to making the evaluations that are a part of the development process, and to sharing what we learned.
- We understand that there can be a need to make changes to the project plan during the project. The changes will be agreed upon with the project team.
3. Openness and trust
- We are ready to openly and actively communicate about the project phases.
- We understand that the project activity is based on the principles of open innovation.
- We listen to the opinions of others and we learn from them.
- We actively take part in ideation and are open to others' ideas.
- Everyone takes part in making sure that all interactions are fair and equal and that everyone has the opportunity to participate.
- All parties have the opportunity to act as developers.
- Trying something new requires courage; we have the courage to creatively try something new.
- We recognize that in a trial everything does not always go according to plan, but that the trial can still be successful despite of it.
- We accept that in a trial we have permission to fail.
6. Learning of new things
- Everyone gets an opportunity to innovate and learn a novel co-creative way of working.
- The development project has to have a goal for creating something and learning new things.
- Co-creating is creating and developing, not sales or marketing.
- Co-creation in learning environments is gratuitous, i.e. money does not change owners.