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Disruption in the social sectorHow digital media change the work of NGOsand Social EntrepreneursZeppelin Universität, 2. M...
Hamburg1965 ´80 ´82 ´83 ´89 ´95´93 ´98´94 ´06 ´11´13´08KellyCollegeUKMunichAnthropologyStephanGeneva´92LilianVicoPhDCultur...
Trendscouting
Trend: Online Fundraising4Digital Media change the way projects getfinanced. They make the „long tail“ visibleand many sma...
Marketplaces aggregate many small donors5
1 Mio donors support 340.000 classrooms6
Direct cash transfers: Cutting out the middle men7
Trend: Network-OrganisationsDigital Media challenge the organisationalstructures and high overheads ofestablished CSOs.
The MoveOn Effect9
Awesome „Foundation“ going viral10
KaBOOM! Open Source Innovation11
Trend: Mapping12Crowdsourcing information andaggregating it on maps improvesinterventions in humanitarian crises.
Mapping post-electoral violence
Open Source adaptation
The benefit of platforms – think beta
Trend: Trade not Aid16Many promising impulses for socialprogress come from outside of thetraditional social sector, from c...
Mpesa: banking the unbanked
Micro Insurance: Kilimo Salama
Mitigating risk is often inefficient and costly
Farming advice increases productivity
Trend: PartneringBig Players are not innovative. Start-upslack the capacity to scale. When they gettogether, innovations h...
RefUnited cooperates with Red Cross
Ushahidi: Collaborations with UN & others
betterplace.org and Vodafone
betterplace labgut.org gemeinnützige AktiengesellschaftSchlesische Strasse 26, 10997 BerlinTel +49 30 76 76 44 88-0, F-40j...
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Joana Breidenbachs Vortrag bei der Zeppelin Universität zum Thema "Disruption in the Social Sector. How digital media can change the work of NGOs and Social Entrepreneurs"

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  1. 1. Disruption in the social sectorHow digital media change the work of NGOsand Social EntrepreneursZeppelin Universität, 2. Mai 2013Dr. Joana Breidenbach
  2. 2. Hamburg1965 ´80 ´82 ´83 ´89 ´95´93 ´98´94 ´06 ´11´13´08KellyCollegeUKMunichAnthropologyStephanGeneva´92LilianVicoPhDCultural GlobalisationCapetownInaSydney PálWorld-TripJOANA2004 ´09bornBerlinUC BerkeleyLondon
  3. 3. Trendscouting
  4. 4. Trend: Online Fundraising4Digital Media change the way projects getfinanced. They make the „long tail“ visibleand many small donations support lot‘s ofsmall projects, cutting out a number ofNGOs acting as middlemen.
  5. 5. Marketplaces aggregate many small donors5
  6. 6. 1 Mio donors support 340.000 classrooms6
  7. 7. Direct cash transfers: Cutting out the middle men7
  8. 8. Trend: Network-OrganisationsDigital Media challenge the organisationalstructures and high overheads ofestablished CSOs.
  9. 9. The MoveOn Effect9
  10. 10. Awesome „Foundation“ going viral10
  11. 11. KaBOOM! Open Source Innovation11
  12. 12. Trend: Mapping12Crowdsourcing information andaggregating it on maps improvesinterventions in humanitarian crises.
  13. 13. Mapping post-electoral violence
  14. 14. Open Source adaptation
  15. 15. The benefit of platforms – think beta
  16. 16. Trend: Trade not Aid16Many promising impulses for socialprogress come from outside of thetraditional social sector, from companiesand social entrepreneurs creatingecoystems for new wealth.
  17. 17. Mpesa: banking the unbanked
  18. 18. Micro Insurance: Kilimo Salama
  19. 19. Mitigating risk is often inefficient and costly
  20. 20. Farming advice increases productivity
  21. 21. Trend: PartneringBig Players are not innovative. Start-upslack the capacity to scale. When they gettogether, innovations have a chance to growand produce significant impact.
  22. 22. RefUnited cooperates with Red Cross
  23. 23. Ushahidi: Collaborations with UN & others
  24. 24. betterplace.org and Vodafone
  25. 25. betterplace labgut.org gemeinnützige AktiengesellschaftSchlesische Strasse 26, 10997 BerlinTel +49 30 76 76 44 88-0, F-40jb@betterplace.orgThank you very much.Dr. Joana BreidenbachFounder and CEObetterplace labAnthropologist & Authortrendreport.betterplace-lab.org
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