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Presentation (pech-kucha-style) on social innovation in the US at SIX Social Innovation Summer School and Singapore Management University.

Presentation (pech-kucha-style) on social innovation in the US at SIX Social Innovation Summer School and Singapore Management University.

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  • Where there are wicked problems – those that are unstructured, multicausal, and have no obvious solution – because we need lots of people going at them not a single theory of change.
  • Look neighborhood, region, globe for examples of social innovation – more likely there.
  • Things like: Food systems, Water, Energy conservation, productions, and efficiency (including renewables)
  • Social Innovation – lots of people mean different things when they use this phrase. I’m wearing a def’n I’m happy with, but I’m also willing to say that social innovation is coloring outside the lines.
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    • 1. Social Innovation in the US?<br />
    • 2. 564 Tribes/Tribal Nations<br />50 states + Puerto Rico and US territories + the District of Columbia (DC)<br />30K towns and cities, 20K municipalities<br />3.7M Sq Mi (9.8M Sq Km)<br />
    • 3. 310M people<br />1 in 8 foreign born (thank you world)<br />
    • 4. <ul><li>3.8M people (Oregon)
    • 5. 1.8M people (Portland MSA)
    • 6. 2,809 miles from DC (4521 km)</li></li></ul><li>
    • 7. What? <br />
    • 8. Where? <br />
    • 9. Thank you Downtown DC BID(Richard Rheinhard)!<br />Scale of Problems<br />Neighborhood<br />(Bio)Region<br />World<br />Levels of Jurisdiction<br />Federal<br />State<br />City/County/Township<br />
    • 10. 1. Resilience, Sustainability <br />
    • 11. 2. Work, Learning <br />
    • 12. 3. Economy <br />
    • 13. Who? <br />
    • 14. Federal Conversation<br /><insert sigh here><br />
    • 15. National Conversation<br />
    • 16. Conversations everywhere else<br /><insert applause here><br />
    • 17.
    • 18.
    • 19. OpenSource<br />Culture <br />
    • 20. 1. Developing sound business/financing models<br /> 2. Achieving Scale<br /> 3. Measuring Impact<br /> 4. Complexity<br />
    • 21. Thanks to Flickrfriends: <br />Guindo<br />Moosharella<br />David Berlowitz<br />btaroli<br />Kludgebox<br />The-o<br />Polandeze<br />Wildcat_Dunny<br />

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