quinta-feira, 16 de fevereiro de 2017

Inovação Social na última e na próxima década - Por Geoff Mulgan


Data head 

Geoff Mulgan faz um balanço sobre a última década e discute o cenário futuro em termos de inovação social no mundo. 

 "Innovation can often seem exciting and sexy, while implementation and adoption are dull. But innovation without a wider system for implementation and adoption risks being pointless, and funders would often do better to prioritise adoption and adaptation of ideas rather than novelty"

 Para ler a matéria acesse: 

Innovation can often seem exciting and sexy, while implementation and adoption are dull. But innovation without a wider system for implementation and adoption risks being pointless, and funders would often do better to prioritise adoption and adaptation of ideas rather than novelty - See more at: http://www.nesta.org.uk/blog/social-innovation-last-and-next-decade#sthash.qupbBbRm.dpuf



Social innovation is not a new concept or practice, but in the last decade it has taken off. There are now hundreds of social innovation centres, funds, courses and incubators of all kinds, most of which didn’t exist 10 years ago.
In this short, and far from comprehensive, note - prepared for the SIX Wayfinder, which Nesta is hosting this month - I attempt an overview of what was achieved over the last decade, what’s missing, and what might be priorities for the decade ahead, in what is likely to be a much less favourable political climate in many countries.
- See more at: http://www.nesta.org.uk/blog/social-innovation-last-and-next-decade#sthash.qupbBbRm.dpuf
ocial innovation is not a new concept or practice, but in the last decade it has taken off. There are now hundreds of social innovation centres, funds, courses and incubators of all kinds, most of which didn’t exist 10 years ago.
In this short, and far from comprehensive, note - prepared for the SIX Wayfinder, which Nesta is hosting this month - I attempt an overview of what was achieved over the last decade, what’s missing, and what might be priorities for the decade ahead, in what is likely to be a much less favourable political climate in many countries.

2007-2017: What happened?

- See more at: http://www.nesta.org.uk/blog/social-innovation-last-and-next-decade#sthash.qupbBbRm.dpuf
ocial innovation is not a new concept or practice, but in the last decade it has taken off. There are now hundreds of social innovation centres, funds, courses and incubators of all kinds, most of which didn’t exist 10 years ago.
In this short, and far from comprehensive, note - prepared for the SIX Wayfinder, which Nesta is hosting this month - I attempt an overview of what was achieved over the last decade, what’s missing, and what might be priorities for the decade ahead, in what is likely to be a much less favourable political climate in many countries.

2007-2017: What happened?

- See more at: http://www.nesta.org.uk/blog/social-innovation-last-and-next-decade#sthash.qupbBbRm.dpuf

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