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How do you create change in your community? This talk addresses this question through the lens of helping people express their creativity, and collaborate with others to combine their different …

How do you create change in your community? This talk addresses this question through the lens of helping people express their creativity, and collaborate with others to combine their different talents to affect change. It features OpenIDEO.com, an open Innovation platform created by IDEO that invites the world to collaborate on big social issues.

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  • 1. Twitter: @_natw Creative Communities Nathan Waterhouse
  • 2. Hello, I’m Nathan. @_natw
  • 3. Who’s an engineer?
  • 4. Who’s a designer?
  • 5. Who’s an architect?
  • 6. What did I miss?
  • 7. Who is Creative?
  • 8. Why creativity?
  • 9. Why creativity?
  • 10. Why creativity?
  • 11. Why creativity?
  • 12. Why creativity?
  • 13. From what is, to what could be.
  • 14. Early human groups.
  • 15. Sex.
  • 16. Sex.
  • 17. How do you enable more creative confidence?
  • 18. Play time.
  • 19. 7 year olds.
  • 20. Space that imposes rules.
  • 21. Very Creative space
  • 22. IDEO space
  • 23. ‘Just enough’ structure.
  • 24. Different skill sets diagram.
  • 25. From ego to end-user.
  • 26. Insert video
  • 27. Figure out what the community is good at & where you need support. Community management Synthesis Expert/ end-user feedback Implementation support/ coaching/ grants Framing the Design Challenge RESEARCH 350 contributions IDEAS 205 ideas EVALUATION 20 final ideas REFINEMENT 40 final ideas WINNING IDEAS Announced! IMPACT Ongoing
  • 28. Enable everyone to participate. 10 secs hours
  • 29. Give feedback.
  • 30. Understand what drives people.
  • 31. Understand what drives people.
  • 32. Story time.
  • 33. use social business to improve health in low-income
  • 34. Madre Cuidadora: a Mentor / Village Phone / Vendor lady Instead of having a vending machine selling all sorts of healthcare-related items (diapers, baby food and clothes, birth kits, cell phones, etc.), we could imagine using community mothers or mentors, or even health care workers. This way, we could reduce the literacy gap, while still keeping a “human” contact that might be reassuring, and having information spread out from within communities, via people who belong to these communities
  • 35. Madre Cuidadora: a Mentor / Village Phone / Vendor lady Instead of having a vending machine selling all sorts of healthcare-related items (diapers, baby food and clothes, birth kits, cell phones, etc.), we could imagine using community mothers or mentors, or even health care workers. This way, we could reduce the literacy gap, while still keeping a “human” contact that might be reassuring, and having information spread out from within communities, via people who belong to these communities
  • 36. Tip: Start small – you don’t have to build an entire business to know there’s value in your idea.
  • 37. “If low- and middle-income families have access to timely and quality healthcare and services at an affordable price, this will decrease the occurrence of vaccine-preventable diseases and adverse the impact on their daily activities. Health should not be an impediment to improve the quality of life.” García Ramirez, 1000th user, Bive
  • 38. “You are encouraging people to act with openideo. Intrapreneurs have the awareness of problems but often don't know how to act.” Jorge, Bive
  • 39. “You are encouraging people to act with openideo. Intrapreneurs have the awareness of problems but often don't know how to act.” Jorge, Bive
  • 40. “You are encouraging people to act with openideo. Intrapreneurs have the awareness of problems but often don't know how to act.” Jorge, Bive
  • 41. Creativity2
  • 42. e restore vibrancy in cities and regions facing econo
  • 43. Tip: Prototype your idea early before you commit resources
  • 44. Amnesty app?
  • 45. Tip: Get feedback from end users
  • 46. insert IVR community radio Tip: Get feedback from end users
  • 47. Who’s creative?
  • 48. We’re all creative.
  • 49. Specialization has bred feelings of isolation, futility, and confusion in individuals. It has also resulted in the individual's leaving responsibility for thinking and social action to others. Specialization breeds biases that ultimately aggregate as international and ideological discord, which, in turn, leads to war. Buckminster Fuller
  • 50. Specialization has bred feelings of isolation, futility, and confusion in individuals. It has also resulted in the individual's leaving responsibility for thinking and social action to others. Specialization breeds biases that ultimately aggregate as international and ideological discord, which, in turn, leads to war. Buckminster Fuller
  • 51. How could your skills benefit the world?
  • 52. Try this. Keep an idea journal.
  • 53. Try this: Keep a ‘bug list’
  • 54. Try this: Collaborate with others more effectively. OpenIDEO.com
  • 55. Thanks
  • 56. WWW.OPENIDEO.COM/MEET UPS UNI TOOLKIT http://nat.am/oiedu