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Social Innovation. Slide deck supporting verbal presentation and workshop facilitation on behalf of NESTA for UNDP in Bangkok 08 July 2013.

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Nesta:undp:social innovation ws08072013

  1. 1. Twitter: @scopeconsult Facebook: Scope Group Creating New Impact Through Innovation UNDP, Bangkok - Thailand NESTA Alveena Malik & Christoffer Erichsen
  2. 2. Scope Group global standards. local values. A WARM WELCOME !
  3. 3. Scope Group global standards. local values. Who We Are Alveena Malik, NESTA Associate -Senior Consultant Social Cohesion and Innovation -Associate Young Foundation -CEO UpRising -Chair of Maslaha -UK Government Adviser on Equalities and Cohesion
  4. 4. Scope Group global standards. local values. Who We Are Christoffer Erichsen, CEO // Scope Group - Founder The Stop The Violence Movement, Founder Human Library Founder The Drug Treatment Service, Founder Scope Group - Asian Social Innovators & Entrepreneurs Network - Systemic & Narrative Coach DISPUK - GrowthWheel Business Advisor and Master Trainer
  5. 5. Did You Know? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YmwwrGV_aiE
  6. 6. Rethinking Development in a Changing World
  7. 7. Why Innovation Is Important For Social And Economic Development?
  8. 8. Scope Group global standards. local values. Scope Group global standards. local values. Private Sector Innovation
  9. 9. Scope Group global standards. local values. Technology AdoptionScope Group
  10. 10. Scope Group global standards. local values. Scope Group global standards. local values. Governments and citizens getting together to solve complex problems, co-creating value, and collaborating to run government smoothly, keep the peace, deliver services, maintain law and order and ensure fairness, equity and justice. Public Sector Innovation
  11. 11. Scope Group global standards. local values. Scope Group global standards. local values. Third Sector Innovation www.uprising.org.uk www.maslaha.org
  12. 12. Scope Group global standards. local values. Policy InnovationScope Group
  13. 13. Scope Group global standards. local values. 37 www.facebook.com/HumanLibraryMY
  14. 14. Development Sector Innovation
  15. 15. Impact of Innovation in Aid (Bill Gates speech G20, 2011) • In the past 50 years, a billion people were saved from starvation by advances in agriculture. • Rate of child death has been cut by over 80 percent due to advances in medicine and provision of health services. • Malaria deaths are down 20 percent globally in just 10 years. • Scaling up basic health interventions will prevent 27 million child deaths by 2025
  16. 16. “Another kind of innovation—a fundamental shift in the way we think about development—will provide amazing opportunities.” –Bill Gates at G20 Summit, 2011
  17. 17. “It seems like we’re at an inflection point in history. This is the information revolution. It’s crazy that every other field is getting revolutionised except education. I think it’s ripe for it.” -Salman Khan, Khan Academy
  18. 18. 18 Ushahidi  is  a  non-­‐profit  tech  company  that   specializes  in  developing  free  and  open  source   so9ware  for  informa;on  collec;on,  visualiza;on   and  interac;ve  mapping
  19. 19. 22 qWorld’s first smartphone-based ultrasound imaging system qImages can be easily and securely shared for archival, second opinion, or remote diagnosis using a cellular network, WiFi, or direct connectivity to a personal computer qClinics and medical professionals in resource-limited settings can afford them. qCan operate independent of the electrical grid, making them an ideal choice for disaster relief organizations and mobile medical professionals. Mobisante - MobiUS™ SP1
  20. 20. Mitticool - India Mitticool consumes no electricity, is 100-percent biodegradable, and produces zero waste during its lifetime for US$50 a piece.
  21. 21. 24 WaterSHED WaterSHED, which stands for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Enterprise Development, is a USAID-supported NGO, that brings effective, affordable water and sanitation products to market in Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam. Using proven, market-based principles, WaterSHED leverages the power of private enterprise to bring water, health and prosperity to the people of Southeast Asia.
  22. 22. Scope Group global standards. local values. Scope Group global standards. local values.27 Already  Innova-ve  in  Many  Ways UNDP  Contribu4on  to  the  Secretary  General’s  Report  on  “Science,   technology  and  innova2on  (STI),  and  the  poten2al  of  culture,  for   promo2ng  sustainable  development  and  achieving  the  MDGs”  as   part  of  the  2013  Annual  Ministerial  Review •  Innova4ve  prac4ce  in  Water  sanita4on  and  biodiversity •  Project  Carmen •  UNDP  Poland  School  of  Social  innova4on
  23. 23. 28 • In Colombia, job centres that offer business counseling, entrepreneurship training, and career opportunities opened up across the country, focusing particularly on vulnerable communities. More than 21,000 people, 59 percent women, have already been trained and 7,000 businesses developed, generating nearly 3,000 jobs.   • In Haiti, nearly 1,000 women completed vocational and professional training in jewelry production and crafts, agriculture and construction thanks to a better access to micro-credit and technical assistance. More than 500 new jobs were created, and more than 750 microenterprises established.   • In Lao PDR, UNDP and UNCDF supported the government in building 286 local infrastructure projects and delivering better, cost-effective services for more than 352,000 people.
  24. 24. 29
  25. 25. Group Work: So How Do These Changes Impact Your Work? Make it easier? Make it harder?
  26. 26. On Innovation
  27. 27. Many Types of Innovation Disruptive innovation Catalytic innovation Product innovation Service Innovation Process innovation Organizational innovation Systems innovation Management innovation   Business model innovation
  28. 28. Scope Group global standards. local values. Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men who find it easier to live in the world they've been given than to explore the power they have to change it. Impossible is not a fact. It's an opinion. Impossible is not a declaration. It's a dare. Impossible is potential. Impossible is temporary. Impossible is nothing. Muhammad Ali
  29. 29. Scope Group global standards. local values. Thinking Types Imagination Creativity Problem Solving Reflex
  30. 30. Scope Group global standards. local values. Imagineering the Future Alan C. Kay Pioneering Computer Scientist “The best way to see the future is to invent it... Things you can envision and describe can actually be built”
  31. 31. Scope Group global standards. local values. Improvement vs Innovation Innovation creates new capacity to create new value Improvement Current Impact Innovation Current Impact New ImpactNew Impact
  32. 32. Incremental Radical
  33. 33. Where Good Ideas Come From? http://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=NugRZGDbPFU
  34. 34. Scope Group global standards. local values. Definition of Social Innovation “Social Innovation refers to New Ideas That Work in Meeting Social Goals ” Geoff Mulgan, CEO NESTA 2006
  35. 35. Good Ideas
  36. 36. Good Ideas + Good Execution
  37. 37. Good Ideas + Good Execution = Value
  38. 38. Exploring organisational culture which facilitates innovation
  39. 39. Group Exercise: How To Kill Innovation in an Organisation?
  40. 40. Organisational Culture
  41. 41. Imagine a workplace that has a culture and design that completely stifles innovation. Not a single good new idea must be able to slip out. In you rgroup please brainstorm and get creative how to kill innovation. Give us bold ideas. Be provocative. Feedback top 3 things that would be essential in killing innovation. Group Exercise:
  42. 42. Organisational Culture
  43. 43. Organisational Culture
  44. 44. Fear of Looking Bad
  45. 45. Risk of not taking risk Risk of “losing face” Risk of not getting ideas Risk of killing good ideas Risk of bad ideas What Risk?
  46. 46. 36 “My greatest challenge has been to change the mindset of people. Mindsets play strange tricks on us. We see things the way our minds have instructed our eyes to see.” -Muhammad Yunus
  47. 47. Realistic Expectations of New Ideas
  48. 48. So how do you create the environment that welcomes those 3000 ideas?
  49. 49. 41 “ Everyone has the potential to be remarkable” -Lord Michael Young
  50. 50. “Some of the most effective methods for cultivating social innovation start from the presumption that people are competent interpreters of their own lives and competent solvers of their own problems” -­‐  Geoff  Mulgan,  CEO,  NESTA
  51. 51. Facilities Tools & Technology Context Values Leadership Communication Culture Scope Group global standards. local values. CopyrightScopeGroup2007-2013 Innovation Culture Organisation
  52. 52. Creative Leadership
  53. 53. Traditional Leadership Creative Leadership Values based in command & control Values based in art & design Symbol of Authority Symbol of inspiration More Sticks More Carrots Hierarchical Networked Linear Path Non Linear Path Plan & Execute Iterate & Do Sustaining Order Taking Risk Yes or No Maybe (comfort with ambiguity) Concerned with being right Concerned with being real Think like a general or conductor Think like a artist or architect
  54. 54. Design Thinking
  55. 55. Scope Group global standards. local values. Scope Group global standards. local values.
  56. 56. Known Needs Hidden Needs
  57. 57. Scope Group global standards. local values. Scope Group global standards. local values. Understanding via User Stories Cognitive Emotional Physical Culture Social Environment
  58. 58. Quality Filter
  59. 59. Kill Your Darlings
  60. 60. Examples of Tools
  61. 61. Scope Group global standards. local values. Scope Group global standards. local values. Ideation Method *) SCAMPER by Robert Eberle
  62. 62. Scope Group global standards. local values. Scope Group global standards. local values. ThinkerToys & Thinkpak http://www.amazon.com/Thinkertoys-Handbook-Creative-Thinking- Techniques-Edition/dp/1580087736
  63. 63. Scope Group global standards. local values. www.leanstartupmachine.com
  64. 64. Scope Group global standards. local values.
  65. 65. Signpost to social innovation networks regionally and internationally for further support
  66. 66. 33 International Leaders in Innovation socialinnovationexchange.org mayorschallenge.bloomberg.org youngfoundation.org rockefellerfoundation.org ashoka.org
  67. 67. 34 Innovation in Development • Fast Fact – Knowledge – innovation and capacity http://www.undp.org/content/undp/en/home/librarypage/ results/fast_facts/fast-facts--knowledge--innovation-and- capacity/ • UNDP scaling http://www.undp.org/content/undp/en/home/librarypage/ poverty-reduction/scaling_up_localdevelopmentinnovations/ • Development Innovation Ventures http://www.usaid.gov/div • World Bank Innovation Practice http://wbi.worldbank.org/wbi/about/innovation-for- development • UN Global Pulse http://www.unglobalpulse.org/ • Science and Technology for Development http://www.scidev.net/global/ • Society for Innovation in International Development https://www.facebook.com/SIID.org
  68. 68. 35 Innovation Networks in Asia Region www.scopegroupasia.com/ www.sirgtaiwan.wordpress.com/ www.eng.makehope.org/ www.asien.co www.sicampasia.com/
  69. 69. 199 Jalan Tun Razak G Tower, Suite 15-08 50400 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Tel 0321668069 Fax 0321667069 www.scopegroupasia.com info@scopegroupasia.com Scope Group @scopeconsult Scope Group Thank You & Stay Innovative!

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