Future research and action for Social
Innovation
Sinnergiak – II European School of Social Innovation
“Understanding, Eval...
July 05, 2013
Steven Dhondt
Future research and action
2
The Habsburg Empire in the 16th Century
July 05, 2013
Steven Dhondt
Future research and action
3
Talents
Competencies
Intrapreneurial spirit
Entrepreneurial heart...
Structure
Expectations
The energy challenge and social innovation
Social innovation and our systems crisis
Social innovati...
Expectations
Which research questions do you have at the end of the summer
school?
What should we, should policy makers do...
Starting point:
social innovation in the energy sector
Can active citizens bring a new sustainable
delivery model for ener...
July 05, 2013
Steven Dhondt
Future research and action
7
Energy needs
Active citizens
New Solidarity?
New conflicts?
Polic...
Generation
and trade
Transport Distribution Retail Applications
End users
TRADITIONAL VALUE CHAIN
July 05, 2013
Steven Dho...
Generation
and trade
Transport Distribution Retail Applications
End users
NEW VALUE CHAIN
Decentral generation, storage, e...
Civil Society
Public
policies
Taxation
Subsidies
Regulation
Public sector
innovation
Market forces,
efficiency
Self-regula...
Social innovation and our systems crisis
Part of the problem?
Or
Visions of the future?
July 05, 2013
Steven Dhondt
Future...
July 05, 2013
Steven Dhondt
Future research and action
12
Valencia 13/5/2013 Tahrir 2/7/2013
Taksim 1/7/2013
Brasilia 25/6...
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Future research and action
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Can social innovations
go deep enough?
Civil Society
Public
policies
Taxation
Subsidies
Regulation
Public sector
innovation
Market forces,
efficiency
Self-regula...
Social innovation 2.0
Balancing societies, organisations and
individuals
July 05, 2013
Steven Dhondt
Future research and a...
Social Innovation 1.0
July 05, 2013
Steven Dhondt
Future research and action
16
Welfare State
risks
institutions
rules
Emp...
July 05, 2013
Steven Dhondt
Future research and action
17
Social Innovation
Society
chances
institutions
rules
EMPR
EMPEE ...
July 05, 2013
Steven Dhondt
Future research and action
18
Government support, consensual model
Anglo-Saxon/Irish,
Conflict...
Social innovation 2.0
Workplace Innovation as an example
July 05, 2013
Steven Dhondt
Future research and action
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Steven Dhondt
Future research and action
80100120140
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Note: Weekly average total fac...
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New organizational and personal skills?
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Participation
Voice Tran...
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0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
80%
90%
100%
1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 20...
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But Barclays Bank is currently more known for its
greed and lack of voice!
“Reinforce the obligation of staff to speak out...
Entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial spirit …
Steven Dhondt
Future research and action
4%
6%
8%
% intrapreneurs in populati...
A research and policy agenda
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LLL & socially
Active ageing
Inclusion &
integration
Participati...
An agenda
The nature of Social Innovation 2.0
Economic foundation
New principles for solidarity
Conditions for Social Inno...
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Victoria
Thank you!
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  1. 1. Future research and action for Social Innovation Sinnergiak – II European School of Social Innovation “Understanding, Evaluating, and Fostering Social Innovation Steven Dhondt
  2. 2. July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 2 The Habsburg Empire in the 16th Century
  3. 3. July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 3 Talents Competencies Intrapreneurial spirit Entrepreneurial heart Social Innovation
  4. 4. Structure Expectations The energy challenge and social innovation Social innovation and our systems crisis Social innovation 2.0 An example: workplace innovation A research and policy agenda July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 4
  5. 5. Expectations Which research questions do you have at the end of the summer school? What should we, should policy makers do first? July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 5
  6. 6. Starting point: social innovation in the energy sector Can active citizens bring a new sustainable delivery model for energy? July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 6
  7. 7. July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 7 Energy needs Active citizens New Solidarity? New conflicts? Policy requirements -20% Greenhouse gas +20% renewable resources used +20% efficiency
  8. 8. Generation and trade Transport Distribution Retail Applications End users TRADITIONAL VALUE CHAIN July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 8 Energy sector: the end user as a consumer
  9. 9. Generation and trade Transport Distribution Retail Applications End users NEW VALUE CHAIN Decentral generation, storage, electric vehicles Information services and applicationInformation stream Electricity stream July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 9 Social innovation in the energy sector: the end user as a prosumer, the civilian as decision maker? Prosumers
  10. 10. Civil Society Public policies Taxation Subsidies Regulation Public sector innovation Market forces, efficiency Self-regulation Market innovation Rising energy demands Markets Self-organisation Social innovation blocsblocs July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 10
  11. 11. Social innovation and our systems crisis Part of the problem? Or Visions of the future? July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 11
  12. 12. July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 12 Valencia 13/5/2013 Tahrir 2/7/2013 Taksim 1/7/2013 Brasilia 25/6/2013 Can social innovations move fast enough? Can social innovations counter all these demands?
  13. 13. July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 13 Can social innovations go deep enough?
  14. 14. Civil Society Public policies Taxation Subsidies Regulation Public sector innovation Market forces, efficiency Self-regulation Market innovation Social problems Markets Self-organisation Social innovation POLICY AREA ISSUE 3 ISSUE 4 ISSUE 1 ISSUE 2 blocsblocs July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 14 Should we have social innovation 2.0?
  15. 15. Social innovation 2.0 Balancing societies, organisations and individuals July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 15
  16. 16. Social Innovation 1.0 July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 16 Welfare State risks institutions rules Employers Employees State Technology driven companies Investment in technology Productivity Management driven innovation Individuals Social measures as a buffer The stressed producer Escape, use, Earned rights Risk-analysis Monitoring Inspection Awareness making Functioning institutions Controlling complexity, Financial constraints
  17. 17. July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 17 Social Innovation Society chances institutions rules EMPR EMPEE State ‘Intangible’ driven companies Investment in intangibles Productivity Participation driven innovation Individual Workplace Innovation The preventive factory The talented contributor Active, resilient, Intrapreneurial behavior Analysis of opportunities Scenarios Vision driven Re-activation Functioning of institutions (new market failures) Social innovation for Inclusive societies (new public failures) Self regulating Civil Society Social Innovation 2.0
  18. 18. July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 18 Government support, consensual model Anglo-Saxon/Irish, Conflictual model Continental, Corporatist model Mediterranean, paternalistic New Member States, Emerging models Will Social innovation 2.0 be the same in the whole of Europe? (~Esping-Andersen)
  19. 19. Social innovation 2.0 Workplace Innovation as an example July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 19
  20. 20. Steven Dhondt Future research and action 80100120140 -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 Note: Weekly average total factor productivity for the 14 treatment plants which adopted modern management practices for quality, inventory and production efficiency and the 6 control plants. All plants make cotton fabric near Mumbai, India, with between 100 and 1000 employees. Values normalized so both series have an average of 100 prior to the start of the intervention. Confidence intervals bootstrapped over firms. Control plants Treatment plants Totalfactorproductivity (normalizedto100priortodiagnostic) Weeks after the start of the management changes Performance improvements in randomized control trials on the adoption of improved management practices Source: Bloom, Eifert, Mahajan, McKenzie, Roberts (2013) Workplace innovation is ‘instant karma’ (Lemos, 2013) July 05, 2013 20 The organization as the key formula. But which competencies and talents?
  21. 21. July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 21
  22. 22. New organizational and personal skills? July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 22 Participation Voice Transparancy Trust Self Efficacy Intrapreneurial spirit
  23. 23. Steven Dhondt Future research and action 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 Percentage top 100 Dutch companies with a shareholder value orientation Source: Bezemer, Van den Bosch & Volberda, 2012) > Extrinsic motivation > Shareholder orientation > Short term focus July 05, 2013 23
  24. 24. July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 24
  25. 25. But Barclays Bank is currently more known for its greed and lack of voice! “Reinforce the obligation of staff to speak out; not just when things go wrong, but also to promote things which go well” “Having a voice at work and exercising that voice points to a natural human need to be able to be in control of our own destiny. Intrinsic motivation for work comes from this.” “Organisations in which the employee voice is silent have much to be concerned about. Silence signifies disengagement or, worse still, fear of becoming engaged.” July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 25
  26. 26. Entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial spirit … Steven Dhondt Future research and action 4% 6% 8% % intrapreneurs in population 18-46 years, 2011 (+95%CI) 10% 12% % starters in the population 18-46 years, 2011 (+95%CI) UK USA NL B SP UK USA NL B SP (Kelley e.a., 2012) July 05, 2013 26
  27. 27. A research and policy agenda July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 27
  28. 28. July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 28 LLL & socially Active ageing Inclusion & integration Participation in Combating poverty Social media & communication Innovation in services Workplace innovation Processes of cooperation Econ./environ/ Social Value creation Measuring indicators Competencies Of SSH Education’s impact On quality of life The state and multi-level governance The potential of SI in … … civil … business corp. society & soc. entr. The research areas of Social Innovation 2.0 (Werner, Hochgerner, Howaldt, 2013)
  29. 29. An agenda The nature of Social Innovation 2.0 Economic foundation New principles for solidarity Conditions for Social Innovation 2.0 Relationship with policy making and markets European significance The policy for Social Innovation 2.0 How to speed up? How to make is more sustainable? How to measure Social Innovation 2.0? Are we measuring the past? July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 29
  30. 30. July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 30 Victoria
  31. 31. Thank you! July 05, 2013 Steven Dhondt Future research and action 31
  32. 32. Steven Dhondt Future research and action July 05, 2013 32

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