Continuing the discussion from Source Summit: Aviation:
A Source Summit in which we bring together different parts of the (Dutch) aviation sector together, lead by those who already are working with or bought into Lean Startup in the Netherlands. This was sparked on Leancamp, where Marieke Schoenmaker participated.
To test p2p structures in a risk-averse and unbundled industry. Also, it creates a safe environment for executives to experience the formats and learn from companies who they typically treat as suppliers and customers.
Transavia is already invested into Lean Startup.
NLR has put their toe in the water. They need to reinvent themselves as 25% of their income is from government grants, which will be capped to 0 in a few years.
Lean Startup Leadership Platform is actively advertising itself as the equivalent of the Dutch Lean Startup Circle for the enterprise and is looking for formats to run with their community.
I reminded myself of a bunch of hackers in Delft on the University campus who go by RoboValley. We should try to bring them in as well. I have a connection there who I invited for the last Leancamp. He liked the concept but couldn't make that one due to holidays. I can make him an ambassador for that community.
Source Institute will design the Summit
Source can demonstrate the power of p2p to an entire sector. There are many more of these setups, such as Holland ConTech and Holland FinTech. It's also a way to spot potential Source Fellows, because people who'll lead will be qualifying for the Belt System.
Budget: 10k - 20k
Preparation - Aug-Sep
Summit Date - beginning of Oct
Marieke Schoenmaker (lead, community outreach, committing sponsors and venue)
Vincent Thamm - Transavia (lead, perhaps venue)
@bart or @salim for design
@robbert (for community outreach)
For delivery: trained facilitators
Participants leave with confidence that they can use p2p formats as a way of working in their business
Showcase Source Summit to other community platforms, who can be a channel for this