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Generating Social Innovation: tools, techniques and methods Robin Murray, Geoff Mulgan & Julie Caulier-Grice Lisbon 2009
Goal: to map, analyse methods in use and emerging in all countries and all sectors to help social innovation practitioners develop the most creative and effective ideas…. ….. and then to ensure that these have the greatest positive impact
Research on SI – US managerial literature on non-profits; Canadian and EU research on co-operative movement; biographies and autobiographies of social entrepreneurs; case studies etc.
Inputs from practitioners from many fields: social finance, design, public policy, social entrepreneurship, incubation, public engagement, social movements …
Focusing on around 500 methods seen through the lenses of …. The processes of social innovation Bridges, intermediaries and connectors – bringing together people and resources. The conditions for social innovation – within the state, grant economy, market and household.
The process of social innovation 4. Sustaining Business models Organisation and management Ownership and governance Relational capital Venture finance Commissioning and procurement 1. Prompts Triggers & inspirations New evidence Mapping & feedback 2. Proposals Design methods Creativity methods Tapping public imagination Engaging citizens in public policy making 5. Scaling and diffusion Effective supply Effective demand Organisational options Public scaling and diffusion Metrics 3. Prototypes Trials Testing Prototyping Finance for new ideas 4. Changing whole systems New laws and regulation Social movements Re-wiring economies
Finance Crowdfunding - Ebbsfleet United Regional Innovation Funds £220m A total of £220 million is being made available over the next five years to support innovation and diffusion
Systemic change Interaction of social movements, practical examples, power and politics, law and regulation to transform whole systems Example including waste/recycling, support economy, health and care, transport e.g. Curitiba