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La innovación social y su rol en el mejoramiento de la calidad de vida de población en situación de pobreza - Geoff Mulgan 9 oct 2013 - Bogotá
 

La innovación social y su rol en el mejoramiento de la calidad de vida de población en situación de pobreza - Geoff Mulgan 9 oct 2013 - Bogotá

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En el marco del evento Fortaleciendo capacidades e impulsando la innovación social en Colombia realizado en Bogotá el 9 de octubre de 2013, la Agencia Nacional para la Superación de la Pobreza ...

En el marco del evento Fortaleciendo capacidades e impulsando la innovación social en Colombia realizado en Bogotá el 9 de octubre de 2013, la Agencia Nacional para la Superación de la Pobreza Extrema - ANSPE, la Cámara de Comercio de Bogotá y el Impact Hub, traen a Geoff Mulgan - CEO de Nesta al país.

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    La innovación social y su rol en el mejoramiento de la calidad de vida de población en situación de pobreza - Geoff Mulgan 9 oct 2013 - Bogotá La innovación social y su rol en el mejoramiento de la calidad de vida de población en situación de pobreza - Geoff Mulgan 9 oct 2013 - Bogotá Presentation Transcript

    • Social innovation and improving the lives of the poorest Geoff Mulgan, Bogota, October 2013
    • What I’ll cover • The changing nature of innovation • What social innovation can - and can’t -do • Examples and methods, and policy options
    • The big shifts • From hard tech - to services, software, society • From innovation as solely by and for elite - to mass participation • From innovation dominated by military and big business - to innovation for welfare
    • User innovation Innovation in services Elberfelder Farbenfabriken vorm. Friedrich Bayer & Co Social innovation Open innovation Bell Labs, Holmdel, NJ
    • Social ... • • • • • • • • • • • Innovation Parks (Bilbao, Singapore) Innovation Exchanges (globally) Innovation Camps (globally) Innovation Funds (Australia, HK, France) Innovation Incubators (several hundred) Innovation Offices (eg White House) Innovation Mayors (eg Seoul) Innovation prizes (US, Europe, China..) Venture intermediaries Impact bonds (UK, US, Australia) Innovation corporate initiatives (HP, Danone)
    • The best minds working on meeting the needs of the rich who don’t need it rather than the poor who do
    • Jugaad Roots and Wings Intl
    • Frugal innovation in India Civil society Governmen t Business Relative decrease in the cost of the innovation process
    • CREATING CONDITIONS
    • •TOOLS FOR FINANCE
    • New sources of money Social impact bonds
    • NEW MODELS OF STATE ACTION
    • Behavioural insights team Nesta Innovation Lab
    • • Experiment fast, small • Learn, measure • Scale what works
    • We’ve promoted a common language to describe standards of evidence 31
    • Crosscutting strategy, delivery President, Prime Minister Joint budgets Joint appointments of ministersDept officials Dept E and D Dept C Dept B Dept A Joint targets Shared back office Delivery teams Agency B Agency A Double keys Agency C Agency D Agency E Joint training of professionals Shared front end Intellipedia-type KM Local partnerships
    • • Street homelessness: moving from addressing the symptoms (providing hostels, soup kitchens etc) to addressing causes (flows into homelessness from prisons, family, military and holistic support for mental health, drugs, alcohol, jobs). Helped by systematic measurement; task focused teams; pooled budgets; engaged but challenged NGOs … delivered 90% reduction (19972010)
    • FIELDS OF INNOVATION
    • BETTER MATCHING NEEDS WITH UNDERUSED RESOURCES
    • BETTER FINDING WHAT’S INVISIBLE
    • Baby come home
    • •BETTER ORGANISING USEFUL KNOWLEDGE
    • •OPTIMISING SOCIAL RESOURCES
    • Optimal location of public facilities  KT’s call volume Data - By time, day, month / Age / Gender  Public information - NTS Data / Facility Data KT’s call Public volume Information data  Spatial information for political decision making • Welfare facility (daycare center / senior welfare center) • Micro-targeting for PR materials • Other political decision makings
    • •SMARTER LEARNING
    • 50
    • RICHER COLLECTIVE MEMORY
    • •SAFE SPACES FOR CURE
    • •TOOLS FOR INNOVATION
    • •STRONGER ACCOUNTABILITY
    • •BETTER SOCIAL SUPPORT
    • 60
    • The practical craft of social innovation
    • Transforming a system New technologies, prod ucts and services New policies and regulations Recalibrated markets Behavioural change, social movements
    • • • • • • • • Financial ecology of support – micro enterprise, micro loans up to growth capital Incubators and accelerators New legal forms Reforming the state to become a partner Grassroots innovation support and social learning Orchestrating evidence Shifting systems
    • A shaman describes himself as containing two bears, one a cruel, warlike, and violent hunter, the other caring and compassionate. A young boy asks him which will win out. The shaman replies: whichever one I feed.