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Civic Entrepreneurship - A Theory of Change

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My approach to civic entrepreneurship, mixing Lean Startup principles and the children's parable, Stone Soup

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Civic Entrepreneurship - A Theory of Change

  1. 1. Theory of Change: Civic Entrepreneurship JEFFREY J. BUSSGANG FLYBRIDGE CAPITAL | HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL HUBWEEK 2018 – OCTOBER 9
  2. 2. Theory of Change: Making Stone Soup
  3. 3. Mixed with a time tested Innovation model
  4. 4. Example: Why Can’t Silicon Valley Hire Black Coders?
  5. 5. Solution: Hack.Diversity
  6. 6. Example: City of Lawrence Amidst Industrial and Demographic Transition
  7. 7. Solution: Lawrence Leads An Executive Education and Leadership Program at HBS
  8. 8. The Playbook: Mashup of Design Thinking and Cross-Sector Collaboration  Identify a big, intractable, visible problem  Convene cross-sector domain experts and leaders  Brainstorm a few innovative solutions  Design and test an “MVP” that relies on the kindness of many actors in the system – thiat is, make Stone Soup  If “product-market fit” is achieved, scale | If not, pivot “Create an informal authority structure that transcends public-sector/private- sector lines that rallies…the grass roots and the grass tops. Organize around the data…bring all the players together.” - David Brooks, NY Times 10/8/18
  9. 9. Your Role? Don’t Forget to Bring The Carrots
  10. 10. THANK YOU! JEFFREY J. BUSSGANG FLYBRIDGE CAPITAL | HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL HUBWEEK 2018 – OCTOBER 9

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