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Whose value is it anyway? by Anne Bergen & Bronwynne Wilton
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Whose value is it anyway? by Anne Bergen & Bronwynne Wilton
Whose value is it anyway? by Anne Bergen & Bronwynne Wilton
Whose value is it anyway? by Anne Bergen & Bronwynne Wilton
Whose value is it anyway? by Anne Bergen & Bronwynne Wilton
Whose value is it anyway? by Anne Bergen & Bronwynne Wilton
Whose value is it anyway? by Anne Bergen & Bronwynne Wilton
Whose value is it anyway? by Anne Bergen & Bronwynne Wilton
Whose value is it anyway? by Anne Bergen & Bronwynne Wilton
Whose value is it anyway? by Anne Bergen & Bronwynne Wilton
Whose value is it anyway? by Anne Bergen & Bronwynne Wilton
Whose value is it anyway? by Anne Bergen & Bronwynne Wilton
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Whose value is it anyway? by Anne Bergen & Bronwynne Wilton

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Presentation by Dr. Anne Bergen & Dr. Bronwynne Wilton, University of Guelph, at 2014 Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum, June 9 & 10, 2014, Saskatoon, SK …

Presentation by Dr. Anne Bergen & Dr. Bronwynne Wilton, University of Guelph, at 2014 Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum, June 9 & 10, 2014, Saskatoon, SK

Whose value is it anyway? Unpacking assumptions in knowledge mobilization and social innovation.

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  • 1. Whose  value  is  it  anyway?     Unpacking  assump7ons  in   knowledge  mobiliza7on  and   social  innova7on   Dr.  Anne  Bergen  &  Dr.  Bronwynne  Wilton   University  of  Guelph  
  • 2. ACribu7on   This  work  is  licensed  under  a   Crea7ve  Commons  ACribu7on-­‐ShareAlike  4.0  Interna7onal  License.   You  are  free:   •  to  Share  —  copy  and  redistribute  the  material  in  any  medium  or  format   •  to  Remix  —  Remix,  transform,  and  build  upon  the  material   for  any  purpose,  even  commercially.   Under  the  following  condi4ons:   •  ACribu7on  —  ACribu7on  —  You  must  give  appropriate  credit,  provide  a  link  to  the  license,  and  indicate  if   changes  were  made.  You  may  do  so  in  any  reasonable  manner,  but  not  in  any  way  that  suggests  the  licensor   endorses  you  or  your  use.   •  Share  Alike  —  If  you  remix,  transform,  or  build  upon  the  material,  you  must  distribute  your  contribu7ons  under   the  same  license  as  the  original.   A7ribute  this  work  as:      Bergen,  A.  &  Wilton,  B.  (2014).  Whose  value  is  it  anyway?:  Unpacking  assump8ons  in  knowledge   mobiliza8on  and  social  innova8on.  Presenta7on  to  the  Canadian  Knowledge  Mobiliza7on  Forum,   Saskatoon,  SK.      
  • 3. Reflec7on  
  • 4. What  Do  We  Take  for  Granted?   •  An  assump7on  about  my  work  is  that…   –  The  research  happening  at  my  university  is  useful  to   farmers.   –  Community-­‐university  research  partnerships  are  a   beCer  way  to  solve  complex  social  issues.   •  An  assump7on  about  knowledge  mobiliza7on  is   that….   •  An  assump7on  about  social  innova7on  is  that….  
  • 5. Source:  hCp:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ HenrieCa_Lacks   Value  for  Whom?   •  Biobanks.   •  Microfinance  &   crowdfunding     •  Social  economy   How  do  you  deal  with  this   issue  in  your  work?    
  • 6. Impact  Can  Be  Quan7fied   Limits  of  inferen7al  sta7s7cs.   Outcomes  vs.  outputs   How  do  you  deal  with  this   issue  in  your  work?    
  • 7. Common  Language     Stakeholders.  (End)  Users.  Prototypes.   Unpacking.  Knowledge  mobiliza7on.       Text  from:   wha7skt.wikispaces.co m/KT+Science+Terms   How  do  you  deal  with  this   issue  in  your  work?    
  • 8. Co-­‐Crea7on  of   Knowledge   Par7cipa7on  vs.   Tokenism   Partnership   Authen7city   Process  vs.  Outputs     How  do  you  deal  with  this   issue  in  your  work?    
  • 9. Heroic  Innovators?   Not  everyone  wants  to  innovate.   Not  all  innovators  are  heroes.   Corollary:  Not  all  heroes  are  innovators.   How  do  you  deal  with  this   issue  in  your  work?    
  • 10. Social  vs.  Economic  Innova7on   Where  is  the  overlap?   Does  there  need  to  be  overlap?   How  do  you  deal  with  this   issue  in  your  work?    
  • 11. Social  Innova7on  ≠  Business  Innova7on   (Pol  &  Ville,  2009)  
  • 12. Linearity  vs.  Ecosystems   Approaches   We  approach  complex  systems  with   linear  tools   (and  are  then  surprised  that  we  can’t   show  A  à  B  impact)       How  do  you  deal  with  this   issue  in  your  work?    
  • 13. Research  Communica7ons   Promo7on  of  ins7tu7on/organiza7on/researcher     vs.  promo7on  of  evidence.     Ability  to  talk  freely  about  research    (approvals  &  government  contexts)     How  do  you  deal  with  this   issue  in  your  work?  
  • 14. More  Is  BeCer   Does  more  knowledge  &   more  innova7on  always   provide  more  value?     hCp://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2014/06/03/the-­‐perils-­‐of-­‐the-­‐press-­‐release/   How  do  you  deal  with  this   issue  in  your  work?    

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