ANIS2 012 keynote address-geoff mulgan

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ANIS2 012 keynote address-geoff mulgan

  1. 1. ANISSocial Innovation’s Next Decade Geoff Mulgan
  2. 2. Where I come from ....
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  4. 4. A charity with a mission to help people and organisations bring great ideas tolife. We do this by providing investments and grants and mobilising research, networks and skills, funded by a £320m endowment • Investment – in early • Research – on how stage companies, social innovation happens , from enterprises and social statistics to policy venture intermediaries • Programmes, backing • Skills – supporting innovations in innovation skills in all – Municipal government sectors, from design and – Health services, Arts, finance to evidence and Charity, Media scale 4
  5. 5. DIGITAL R&D FUND FOR ARTS & CULTURE
  6. 6. Dynamic technology, military …
  7. 7. … but social wealth stagnant, even falling
  8. 8. The bears
  9. 9. Innovation is changing ... User innovation Innovation in servicesElberfelder Farbenfabriken vorm.Friedrich Bayer & Co Social innovation Open innovationBell Labs, Holmdel, NJ
  10. 10. Social ... Innovation parks Innovation camps Innovation funds Innovation centres Innovation incubators Innovation R&D funds Innovation offices Venture intermediaries Impact bonds Entrepreneurs in residence Value metrics Returns on investment
  11. 11. Innovation networks - SIX
  12. 12. CSR mutating into CSI
  13. 13. New money for social venturesFoundationsGovernment Social impact bondsCrowdfunding
  14. 14. The big ideas:Turning things upside down Turning waste into assetsTurning problems into opportunities
  15. 15. Hiriko City Car: the car as public transport
  16. 16. The school as a place for action as well as learning
  17. 17. STUDIO SCHOOLS: WHAT KIND OF SCHOOLWOULD TEENAGERS FIGHT TO GET IN TO NOT FIGHT TO STAY OUT?
  18. 18. SMALL SCHOOLS OF 300 PUPILS14-19 YEAR OLDSMAJORITY OF CURRICULUM THROUGH PRACTICAL PROJECTSPERSONAL COACHES AS WELL AS TEACHERSCLOSE INVOLVEMENT OF EMPLOYERS AND NGOS
  19. 19. The community as an asset
  20. 20. Happiness as a goal for society
  21. 21. Trust?

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