What happens behind the scenes
Currently, subject matter experts are compiling and evaluating the SINTEG results. Their focus is on recording, analysing and transferring the practical experience gained. Through their work, models for scaling up and imitating exemplary solutions - so-called blueprints - will be developed. These blueprints will be created on two different levels of abstraction. On the one hand, high-level blueprints aggregate findings across several showcases. These are particularly relevant for management personnel in business and politics. On the other hand, detail-level blueprints present concrete solutions from individual showcases for the work of practitioners in business, technology and science.
Thematic meetings as a basis
Expert meetings play a decisive role in compiling and evaluating SINTEG results. These meetings take place across all SINTEG showcases and involve experts from the showcases, the subject matter experts responsible for collecting the results, the Ministry and a project management agency. Guiding questions structure the exchange and help to achieve the desired knowledge for the respective topics.
Subject matter experts identify findings
Prior to these meetings, preliminary talks are sometimes held with topic-specific experts from the showcases. These are based on hypotheses and invite showcase experts to conduct thought experiments. Following the thematic meetings, findings are compiled in a written document. Written feedback and further additions are then obtained from the showcase experts. This serves as the current state of work for the next thematic meeting. Answers to detailed questions and more concrete information are compiled by the subject matter experts in an ongoing exchange with showcase experts.
This process resulted in five comprehensive and topic-specific reports, represented by the following topics.