Presentation of MIES, TelePresence on Measuring and Mapping Social Innovation
MIESMapping Social Innovation and EntrepreneurshipApril 2013
Agenda1 | Concepts2 | IES model and ES+3 | Results and ES+ Initiatives4 | Promoters, Partners, Donors and Team Legal Advisory: This document is protected under the legal regime of intellectual property and is confidential, and that any use or disclosure thereof, is subject to the express permission of the authors.
1 | ConceptsSocial Innovation and Entrepreneurship Concepts“Social Entrepreneurship is the process of developing innovative and sustainable solutions to neglected problems of society. It translates into Social Innovation whenever it leads to more effective responses for the societal problems (relative to alternatives in place) "Filipe Santos, INSEAD 2012 Journal of Business Ethics Why and How to Map Social innovation?
2 | IES model and ES+ Mapping Social Entrepreurship and Social Innovation Empowerment, Knowledge, Investing and Performance and Dissemination Scale • Training and Capacitation • Data base of systematized • Social entrepreneurship is solutions often small scale, low • Community Engagement profile, and not self- • Replicability ands empowerment aware solutions • Understand Failures and • Dissemination and Risk to prepare new • Social entrepreneurship promotion of the initiatives solutions emerges in diverse and solutions unexpected contexts • Evaluation and Impact • Investing Criterias and Measurement Solutions • Social innovation emerges • Building Partnerships and from high potential Resources Networking social entrepreneurship efforts • Social innovation needs to be nurtured, codified and disseminated Why*?*Source: interviews to -700r referenced experts with relevant experience in the sector (from ES+ methodology)
2 | IES model and ES+ ES + Chain Value and History Piloted, Presented and Internationally Recognized Methodology that identifies solutions and analyzes the potential of Social Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship (ES +): EMES (2009), EC (2009), ACRN SE Perspectives (2011). MaximizingNeeds and Social/ Impact analysis at Identification of Training at local Outcomes and Environmental local and regional ES+ initiatives and regional level Resource Challenges level Optimization Cross ES+ Methodology Applied regionally in Portugal [Municipality of Cascais (2009), Vila Real District (2010), Municipality of Porto (2011), Escolhas Program (2011), Portuguese Red Cross (2012), North, Centre and Alentejo Regions (since 2012)] and Maputo District (since 2012) in Mozambique. 5
2 | IES model and ES+ ES + ProcessPhase I: In loco Interviews Researchto the Privileged Observers (PO)(referenced experts withrelevant experience in the sector) PO interviews Social InitiativesPhase II: Screening Calls to the Screening CallsReferenced initiatives Initiatives SurveyPhase III: Deep Survey to theSelected initiatives andInternal Analysis Treatment of the data and internal analysis ES+ Initiatives Academic Council EvaluationPhase IV: Presentation to aAcademic Council and ES +Final Selectionof the ES+ Initiatives Dissimination Social Innovation InitiativesPhase V: Research, Training MaximizationTutoring ES+ Initiatives 6
2 | IES model and ES+ES+ CriteriaIn constant calibration between academic knowledge and the local concepts and insights Mission Social and/or Environmental: The mission of the initiative or project reveals the purpose of its M existence and purpose of its action. This means create social change and improvements that cannot be reduced solely to creating private benefits Social and/or Environmental Impact: The root causes of the problems are attacked, not just its symptoms, I through actions that have the potential to stimulate global improvements, regardless of the specific area of action Empowerment and Local Inclusion: The initiative involves various stakeholders in the value chain: i) funders, implementers and beneficiaries and stakeholders from various sectors (public, private, civil society); ii) The initiative was co-created, generating empowerment and inclusion with local beneficiaries; Iii) The initiative enables E/LI to generate local assets and/or capabilities; Iv) As distinguished as a potentiator of local culture what are the habits and customs of the place differentiating on the initiative; and v) Demonstration project and generator tools inclusive. Inovation, Inspiration and Sustainability: It is possible to distinguish five types of innovation and three additional criteria: i) introduction of new products or improved existing products; ii) new production methods; iii)I/I/S opening new markets; iv) using new sources of raw materials; v) emergence of new forms of organization of an industry; vi) can optimize and/or better share resources; vii) The initiative is multidisciplinary, and responds to various areas and segments; and viii) The initiative is generating motivation, enthusiasm and inspiration capable of generating empowering communication sector; Replicability/Scalability: Scalability is related to the potential for organizational growth. Replicability is R/S related to the ability of doubling the initiative in another location or social context and includes also several dimensions: the transfer of practices and methodology to the "cloning" of the culture of an organization.
2 | Projecto de Mapeamento de Inovação e Empreendedorismo Social (MIES) 3 | Results and ES+ Initiatives MIES Timeline and Expected Results Legend 2012 2013 2014 Started To Start 4º trim 1º trim 2º trim 3º trim 4º trim 1º trim 2º trim 3º trim PRE- Database/Interactive Map Design IMPLEMENTATION Competitiveness Tool Design ES+ Mapping Phase I: In loco Interviews to the Privileged Observers (1596) Phase II: Screening Calls to the Referenced initiatives (3724) Phase III: Deep Survey to the Selected initiatives (803) IMPLEMENTATION Phase IV: Presentation to a Academic Council and Final Selection (~400) Inititative Competitiveness Performance Analysis Tool Applied Data Base and Interactive Map Implementation Video production of the institutional initiatives (~160) POST- Inititative Competitiveness Report IMPLEMENTATION Compilation and production of book Legenda 8
3 | Results and ES+ Initiatives Examples of Social Entrepreneurship in Portugal 32 ES+ initiatives with a positive match on the Criterias (North Region) Rios Project A voluntary social participation for the conservation of fluvial spaces. More than ~7500 active persons take care of 150 Km of rivers in 85 municipals ColorADD in Portugal."One of the 40 ideas that will change Aconchego the world" to facilitate color “Social Innovation Europe – TOP identification for color blindeness, 10 SI European Projects” to while contributing determinately to promote the accommodation of their Social integration and Welfare, higher education students turning Communication more during an academic year, in Efficient, Responsible and Inclusive. homes of senior residents.
2 | Projecto de Mapeamento de Inovação e Empreendedorismo Social (MIES) 4 | Promoters, Partners, Donors and Team MIES Promoters, Donors and Partners Gathering academic, social, public and private organizations Government Academic International Promoters Donors Partner Partner Partners 10
4 | Promoters, Partners, Donors and TeamIES’s Development areasIES – Instituto de Empreendedorismo Social is a Knowledge and Research Centrefor Social Entrepreneurship 4. FELLOWSHIP TRANING AND IMPACT MAXIMIZATION 3. EDUCATION Generating and PROGRAMS Leveraging a Lusophone POWERED BY INSEAD network of initiatives for social innovation and entrepreneurship so Training programs of they can increase their 2. R & D and excellence powered by efficiency, maximize TRAINING INSEAD and in their potential and CONTENTS AND partnership with other respective impact, using TOOLS national and ES + network, the IES 1. IDENTIFICATION international associates and partners. SOCIAL Knowledge production universities reference, INNOVATION AND and development of with the goal of training SOCIAL ENTREPRENERSHIP management tools for current and future social entrepreneurs social entrepreneurs Methodology ES + is through a partnership and investors in internationally with INSEAD integrating Lusophone recognized in initiatives best practices identified identification of Social in the field through Innovation and research action Entrepreneurship with high impact potential 11
4 | Promoters, Partners, Donors and Team IES Team Academic and Strategic Council President Executive Director FILIPE SANTOS MIGUELALVES MARTINS email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org +33 1 60 72 40 00 +351 91 961 68 82Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship at INSEAD, where he also STUDIESplays the positions of Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship • Master in Social Economy ISCTE (2009)(www.insead.edu/ice) and Academic Director for the area of Social • Professional certificate in nonprofit management from the KelloggEntrepreneurship (www.insead.edu/se ). School of Management (2008) • Masters Degree in Social Administration from the University LusiadaAt INSEAD, Professor Filipe Santos heads the executive education (2005)program in social entrepreneurship (ISEP) and teaches courses in • Management Acceleration Program (MAP) - INSEAD (2007)entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship to MBA students, • INSEAD Social Enterpreunership Program - INSEAD (2006)Executive MBA and Executive. Received the Best Teacher Award EMBAin 2008 (and a finalist in 2009 and 2010) and the mention of Deans of CURRENT OCCUPATIONexcellence in 2010 for his teaching in the MBA program. • Executive director of IES (since 2009) • Assistant Guest Nova SBE da UNL (desde 2010)Degree in Economics from FEUNL and Ph.D. in Entrepreneurship from • Assistant Guest U. Lusófona e U. Autónoma (desde 2011)Stanford University, has published in top international journals (AMR,AMJ, Organization Science) his research on how entrepreneurs createnew businesses and open new markets. EXPERIENCE • Board Member of ES-Leader (since 2011)Entrepreneur before starting his academic career, Filipe Santoss • Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Social Stock Exchangementor teams also advises social entrepreneurs and investors about (2009-2011)investments in new businesses. It is a regular guest speaker at various • Co-founder and CEO of Beyond (2005-2008)events and seminars, national and international. • Consultant start-up in Portugal Telecom Multimedia (2003) • Co-founder of TESE (2002)
4 | Promoters, Partners, Donors and Team MIES Team Identification Area Coordinator and MIES and Identification Manager Mozambique COO NUNO FRAZÃO MAFALDA SARMENTO email@example.com mafalda @ies.org.pt +351 91 745 74 74 + 351 91 628 46 55STUDIES STUDIES•Master in Development, ISCTE (2012) • Degree in Industrial Design, ESADE (2000--‐2004)•Master in Environmental Engineering, NOVA (2011)•Lic. in Environmental Engineering, NOVA (1997-2001) • Postgraduate studies in Development, ISCTE (2010)•INSEAD Social Entrepreneurship Program, IES / INSEAD (2011) • INSEAD Social Entrepreneurship Program, IES/ INSEAD (2011)•Project Cycle Management and Evaluation, Euronext Consulting (2004-2005)•Project Finance, ADP Group (2006) CURRENT OCCUPATIONCURRENT OCCUPATION • MIES Identifying Manager and ES+ Mozambique Manager•IES Identifying Area Coordinator and IES Mozambique COO (since 2012) (since 2012)•Founder and CEO of Positive Benefits (since 2009)•Founder and Director of SUN AID (since 2009) • Founder and R&D Director of Positive Benefits (since 2009)•Assistant Guest Faculty of the Catholic University of Porto (since 2011)EXPERIENCE EXPERIENCE•Founder and President of TESE (2002-2008) • Project Manager of ISU, EQUAL EC Project (2009-‐2010)•Advisor off the Dean and Cooperation & Development Department Director • Communication and Project Manager at TESE (2007-2009)of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa - UNL (2005-2006)•Advisor to the Board of the Science and Technology Faculty of UNL (2001- • Inimaginável Designer Consultant (2005--‐2007)2002)•Consultant of the ADP Group, FCT-NOVA and Portuguese NGOs andUniversities (since 2001)