Zsuzsanna Bódi - ENoLL

Zsuzsanna Bódi - ENoLL


Zsuzsanna Bódi, Association Manager – European Network of Living Labs

Zsuzsanna Bodi, is an Open Innovation and Innovation Design enthusiast, seeking for ways to make Open Innovation models and co-creation methodologies sustainable, business ready and continuous growth stimulating.

As former Living Lab practitioner and current Association Manager, Bodi has worked with ENoLL’s 170 active Living Labs. She is also actively following the European Commission’s DG CONNECT’s OISPG group's activities. Working with and for these valuable networks has allowed Bodi to gain a keen appreciation for and a deep insight into the most recent research findings and future aims of the Living Lab and Open Innovation phenomena.

Bodi holds a French MBA-MAE degree in Management and Business Studies (Université Jean Moulin, Lyon). Previously she obtained a M.Sc. in Engineering and Management degree at the Technical University of Budapest and has strong focus on User Centered Product Design. Throughout her 10 years’ experience as a Project manager, she gained knowledge from her work on 15+ national and European projects focusing on the multi stakeholder and end-user engagement, citizen driven and co-creation aspect of the following topics and areas: Future Internet; Smart Cities and Mobility; Cross-border, Cross-sector Collaboration, Game design & serious gaming; STEM Learning Analytics; Big Data; Climate Change; Design and Creative Industries.


Workshop - Sharing Resources for Greater Operational Capacity

Many associations struggle to employ a team that completely fulfills the required skill sets for operational success. Wouldn’t it be helpful to have a shared talent pool to draw upon when specific skills are needed? Also consider collaboration between networks whose members may have overlapping and complementary knowledge to share. New opportunities are sure to arise when networks learn to partner with each other, share resources, and become a platform for mutual success. 

Bring your ideas, questions, and experiences to this lively, hands-on session as we co-create a list of takeaways for sharing resources between associations.


Learner Outcomes:

  • Determine whether sharing human resources between associations would be useful for your organisation
  • Consider cross-network partnerships for sharing resources to provide enhanced value for your members 
  • Assess multiple formats under which such collaborations could be structured while respecting professional boundaries