Multidisciplinary team: the keys to building a team and successfully managing your Smart City transition

This fourth Practical Handbook Complement, entitled "Multi-disciplinary team: building a team and successfully managing your Smart City", complements the first volume of our Practical Guides. It looks at the reasons for setting up such a team, as well as the characteristics required for it to be effective, the obstacles it may encounter and the applicable methodologies.


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A multidisciplinary team: why is it important for a Smart City approach?

As pointed out in the first volume of our Practical Guides, leadership alone is not enough to drive the process and projects of the Smart City transition. That's why it's essential to set up a competent multidisciplinary team to carry out the initiative and the projects, and to entrust their coordination to a person in charge.

How is the document designed?

After a few reminders of the reasons for creating a multidisciplinary Smart City team and the tasks it must accomplish, this Notebook details the key questions to ask when developing it:

  • Which profiles should be included in the team?
  • What are the obstacles and how can they be overcome?
  • What are the characteristics of an effective multidisciplinary Smart City team?
  • What methodologies can be put in place to help it function smoothly?

To conclude, a best practice is presented, and a checklist is provided.


Like all Practical Handbook, the authors have designed the document to optimize its digital use. This implicates that checklist boxes can be ticked directly in the document, and notes can be added in the spaces provided.

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With the support of Wallonia in the framework of its Smart Region programme, part of its Digital Wallonia strategy.


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