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  • 1. PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION ANDSTAKEHOLDER ANALYSISITBA Workshop Day 1Mark Nelson & Margarita QuihuisStanford Peace Innovation LabITBA, Buenos AiresNovember 13, 2012
  • 2. Goals for Today• Establish Relationships• Map the Problem Space• Identify Stakeholders•Identify Current Solutions•Identify Opportunities for Peace Innovation Solutions andPartnerships
  • 3. Examples of What Works in Buenos Aires• NGO that take students to build housing in marginalizedareas• Cyclists, rollerblading, rollerskating in the night• Government built bicycle lanes, credits to purchase bikes (financialinnovation)• Masa Critica (Critical Mass) bicycling social movement in BA• Social proof, social pressure, FOLO (Fear of being Left Out)• Businesses that benefit:• Bicycle businesses• Health• Entrepreneurism – vintage bikes, bike repair, accessories, clothing• Businesses adding showers, bike storage (infrastructure)• Marathons – McDonalds, beauty products
  • 4. 10:50 AM
  • 5. Group 1: Culture MapHow to increase participation/attendance in the culture and the arts
  • 6. Group 2: 16 Year Voter EngagementIssue: How to increase voter participation from 16 year old voters
  • 7. Group 3: Entrepreneurial ClustersPolosEntrepreneurs/IndustryNeighborhoodClientCitizensGovernmentUniversities
  • 8. Group 3: Financial EmpowermentPyMEBankMil PyMEsPEPyMEs/GovernmentIncrease Financial education to informal businesses and transition them to theformal economyclienteducationFiscal educationGetting theunbankedbanked
  • 9. Group 4: Smoking Regulations
  • 10. Group 5: Urban Waste Management• Cartoneros: new role,social acceptance• Waste managementcrisis: new legislation• Citizens: new behaviorpatterns• Ecology: increasingawareness• Cartoneros• Citizens• Emerging businesses• Designers• Educational system• Social movements (Rio+20)Change taking place Stakeholders
  • 11. Afternoon Agenda• Identify Threats in Buenos Aires• Generate 5 ideas (break up into groups)• Review morning ideas• Select one idea• Stakeholder identity exercise• Identify stakeholder relationships (group exercise)• Extra Credit: Market Analysis• Identify current solutions/interventions
  • 12. 2nd Round• Identify two groups (increase pos or decrease neg?)• Is there an existing relationship between them?• Strong?• Weak?• Non-existent?• What type of relationship?• Is there a power imbalance?• Are there perverse incentives? If so, what?Example:Police and gangs have a stable relationshipPolice budget benefits from existence of gangs
  • 13. Group 1: Trapitos (parking extortionists)Trapitos Drivers• Potentiallyviolent• Obligated/Compulsory• Illegal• Strong• Asymmetric• Extortion• Humiliating/DemeaningPimpMarginalizationPoliceEntrepreneursInstitutionalization ofan illegal act
  • 14. Group 2: EnergyRefrigeratorsAir ConditioningInnovationEnergyConsumptionElectrical Energy ConsumptionNew techinnovations ->more devices thatconsume powerExisting appliances aregetting more energyefficientIssue: Governments and utility companies push for lower energy consumptionwhile new tech innovation adoption by consumers creates new sources ofconsumption
  • 15. Group 3: Villas & UniversitiesIssue: Educated people fear slum dwellersHow can educated people solve problems that relate to slumdwellers if they don’t have any experience or knowledge oftheir situation?Educated PeopleVillaDwellersLow interactionHigh perceivedthreat
  • 16. Services• Cultural• Economic• Police• Health Services• Political Access• InfrastructureLow OpportunityCost to commitcrime in villasresults in…Higher Securityin barriosGroup 4: Barrios and VillasBarrio VillaBarrios and Villas have an asymmetric relationship; they have thesame categories of services but not the same quality or experienceof services
  • 17. Group 5: Illicit Drug EcosystemIssue: Why do people participate in socially damaging addictiveinterventions?Drug Dealers(Product)DrugConsumers(Market)+ Power+ Violenceto existCustomers commitviolence to getmoney to pay fordrugsOther addictions:• Tobacco• Alcohol• Gaming• FacebookingGainsrespect asa big fish
  • 18. 10 Ideas1. Culture2. 16 Year Olds and voter participation3. Clusters4. Non-Smoking Zones5. Urban Waste Management6. Trapitos7. Power Consumption8. Villas & Universities9. Villas & Barrios10. Drug Dealers/ConsumersIncreasePositiveBehaviorDecreaseNegativeBehavior
  • 19. Urban Waste Management• Exercise:• List 5 Stakeholders that are affected by urban wastemanagement in Buenos Aires
  • 20. Urban Waste Stakeholder Map
  • 21. Contact UsMargarita Quihuis, Director, Stanford Peace Innovation Labquihuis@stanford.eduMark Nelson, researcher, Stanford Peace Innovation Labnelsonmm@stanford.eduWebsite: Http://peaceinnovation.stanford.eduTwitter: @peacedotFacebook PeaceDot Page: http://www.facebook.com/peacedotFacebook Peace Innovation Page: http://www.facebook.com/peaceinnovation