November 3 Reading integration ( image (It is interesting that educating…
November 3 Reading integration
Having the office where the people that are being served live is important.
Technology can be used to bring partners together from remote areas.
Use a mixed approach
Sometimes there is a conflict between where the money comes from and the mission
networking with peers is helpful for the innovation process And determining leverage points in the system
create safe spaces, so ideas can be shared
Create for the hardest to reach and develop backwards
Be realistic about time frames
Metrics like connections and success stories can be used to track social innovation success
Connection to Social innovation project
Might be useful to contact and see if anyone else is doing similar work in the field.
In the MBSR example, many of the same principles from labcraft where used. Practically prototyping
The conditions needed to foster an environment of innovation require people to use mindfulness principles on themselves
in order to change something you need to be aware of you own actions
Applying mindfulness therapy to larger systems helps find leverage points
The design of this book is a brilliant way to get people who do not like reading to read.
I like that he includes the negative social consequences as well as broader environmental issues as being solutions that come with regrets.
It is interesting that educating girls and women comes in 6th.
IT is the most powerful levels and breaking the inter-generational poverty cycle
Connects back to the problem with the organic food movement being impractical of many. As discussed last week
Many of the things mentioned in this book are not huge infrastructure projects but rather things individuals or cities can do.
I wonder if the increased plant based diet solution has some hidden consequences
Many of these ideas are not new just using older ideas in a larger scale or increasing efficiency of in use technology, as in trucks and shipping.