Social innovation

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General presentation on social innovation - what it is, a context for it, examples and TACSI's approach to radically redesigning social services

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Social innovation

  1. 1. Social Innovation Christian-Paul Stenta THE AUSTRALIAN CENTRE FOR SOCIAL INNOVATION BOLD IDEAS. BETTER LIVES.Thursday, 23 August 12
  2. 2. Why...Thursday, 23 August 12
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  5. 5. At least 80% of humanity lives on less than $10 a day. Shaohua Chen and Martin RavallionThursday, 23 August 12
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  7. 7. Nearly a billion people entered the 21st century unable to read a book or sign their names.Thursday, 23 August 12 The State of the World’s Children, 1999, UNICEF
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  9. 9. life 82 Non-Indigenous AUS women 81.1 Non-Indigenous NZ women 79.5 Non-Indigenous USA women expectancy 76.6 Non-Indigenous AUS men 76.3 Non-Indigenous NZ men 74.2 Indigenous USA women 74.1 Non-Indigenous USA men 73.2 Indigenous NZ women 69 Indigenous NZ men 67.4 Indigenous USA men 63 Indigenous AUS women 56 Indigenous AUS men World Vision AustraliaThursday, 23 August 12
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  11. 11. 2.5 billion people still lack adequate sanitation facilities. WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme for Water Supply and Sanitation (JMP)Thursday, 23 August 12
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  14. 14. 100 years of innovation & investment has lengthened lives by 30 years. Great Living 6, 2012, TACSIThursday, 23 August 12
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  16. 16. The Internet is becoming the town square for the global village of tomorrow. Bill GatesThursday, 23 August 12
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  18. 18. Our task is to educate their whole being so they can face the future. We may not see the future, but they will and our job is to help them make something of it. Sir Ken RobinsonThursday, 23 August 12
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  20. 20. It is the long history of humankind (and animal kind, too) those who learned to collaborate and improvise most effectively have prevailed. Charles DarwinThursday, 23 August 12
  21. 21. What...Thursday, 23 August 12
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  23. 23. “…new solutions that simultaneously meet social needs & create new social relationships or collaborations.” Young FoundationThursday, 23 August 12
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  28. 28. We don’t need to go out of our way find innovation, because it is already around us.Thursday, 23 August 12
  29. 29. Where it is present, innovation needs to be recognised and actively fostered.Thursday, 23 August 12
  30. 30. Innovation needs to be given resources so that it can thrive.Thursday, 23 August 12
  31. 31. Innovation demands patience – success is rarely immediate.Thursday, 23 August 12
  32. 32. How...Thursday, 23 August 12
  33. 33. Partners + Problem focus new solutions + = = Team new outcomes + ApproachThursday, 23 August 12
  34. 34. welcome to an introductionThursday, 23 August 12
  35. 35. Partners + Problem focus + Team + Approach CITY OF MARIONThursday, 23 August 12
  36. 36. Partners + Problem focus + Team + Approach Population focus Outcomes people care about “How can we enable more families to thrive & fewer to come into contact with crisis services?” Outcomes for systemsThursday, 23 August 12
  37. 37. Partners + Problem focus + Team + Approach communityplace based design government visual design business service design social science development EinsteinThursday, 23 August 12
  38. 38. Partners + Problem focus + Team + Approach SOCIAL IMPACT PROBLEM Top-down policymaking oſten POLICY OUTCOMES fails to reach a personal level PRACTICE policy makingThursday, 23 August 12
  39. 39. Partners + Problem focus + Team + Approach SOCIAL IMPACT PROBLEM Bottom-up design oſten fails POLICY OUTCOMES to reach practice and policy PRACTICE design thinkingThursday, 23 August 12
  40. 40. Partners + Problem focus + Team + Approach SOCIAL IMPACT SOCIAL IMPACT SOCIAL IMPACT PROBLEM PROBLEM PROBLEM POLICY OUTCOMES POLICY OUTCOMES POLICY OUTCOMES PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE policy design working making thinking backwardsThursday, 23 August 12
  41. 41. Partners + Problem focus + Team + Approach New solutions ethnography 7 business case New model New team 2 co-design 1 6 Problem New outcomes prototyping metrics prototyping practice New systems 3 New scenarios 5 New interactions 4Thursday, 23 August 12
  42. 42. The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking that created them.Thursday, 23 August 12 Einstein
  43. 43. More tacsi.org.au Papers tacsi.org.au/news-events/publications/ Video vimeo.com/tacsi Tweets @ozinnovation Email christian.stenta@tacsi.org.auThursday, 23 August 12

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