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ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Kippy Joseph
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Kippy Joseph
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Kippy Joseph
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Kippy Joseph
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Kippy Joseph
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Kippy Joseph
ANIS2013_Asia SI Trends_Kippy Joseph
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  • 1. Social Innovation from the perspective of The Rockefeller Foundation Asia NGO Innovation Summit October 2013 Kippy Joseph Associate Director, Innovation
  • 2. Our Strategy IMPACT MISSION AND GOALS RESILIENCE AND EQUITABLE GROWTH FOCUS AREAS ADVANCE HEALTH SECURE LIVELIHOODS REVALUE ECOSYSTEMS TRANSFORM CITIES PATHWAYS INNOVATION INTERVENTION INFLUENCE Shaping, disseminating, and building capacity for transformational solutions Catalyzing systemic change through strategic initiatives Mobilizing attention and resources to shape agendas and inform decision-makers SCAN 1
  • 3. Our Intervention Model SCAN SEARCH DEVELOPMENT EXECUTION 2
  • 4. Problems and Innovations Multiple problem applications One problem Problem Problem Problem Problem Problem Solution Solution Solution Solution Multiple solutions Solution One innovation 3
  • 5. Problem Spaces 4
  • 6. Innovation Strategy Enabling Environments Diaspora solutions Systems View / Cross-scale activity Scaling strategy: diffusion, replication, embedding, “functional organizing” Intermediation Unique skill set Translation across sectors, disciplines, level (scales) of activity. Research Social Innovation Evidence based for SI Policy makers, practitioners, funders Crowdsourcing User-led Human Centered Design Change Labs Fellowship cohorts Methods & tools Organizational capacity for innovation Six Factors: Long-term vision Diversity, passion Leadership Resource Allocation Porous borders Learning loop Collaborative, open work 5
  • 7. Thank you Contact: Kippy Joseph jjoseph@rockfound.org
  • 8. Criteria for Innovations Innovation Dynamism: • • • Is a discrete innovation at a distinct stage of growth Demonstrates evidence of “moveability” along the innovation cycle Requires resources that are commensurate with RF offerings Opportunity for Significant Impact: • • • Has high potential to achieve disproportionate impact on lives of poor &vulnerable people Has potential to disrupt systems that constrain poor &vulnerable people Demonstrates likelihood of take up from other sectors and actors Fit with RF: • • • Is aligned with an Innovation Pathway theme Has relevance to multiple RF issue areas & goals Benefits from and reinforces comparative advantage for RF 7

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