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Innovation for the social economy: a how to guide

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Date: 25 September 2014 at 03:00 am Presenter: Chris Vanstone Run time: 60 Location: Online Materials Price: $40 (in AUD)

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Many organisations want to be ‘innovative’ and create a culture where people have the tools and freedom to be creative in both program design and program delivery.  But in reality, how do you make this happen?
In this webinar, Chris Vanstone from The Australian Centre for Social Innovation (TACSI) will share their tried and tested approach to creating innovative solutions to some of society’s biggest problems.  TACSI believe that all innovation starts with people and blends tools and thinking from design, social science and business.
This session will explore what it takes to create the conditions for innovation within organisations, and along the way debunk some common innovation myths.  Attendees will leave with an understanding of what changes can be made within their own organisations to foster innovation, as well as some practical tools for beginning the innovation process.
Who should attend?
This webinar is designed for anyone who would like to increase innovation within their organisation or with an interest in innovative program design.  It would best suit Board members, CEO’s, program managers and staff that would like a better understanding of how innovation could enhance existing or new programs.

Chris Vanstone

Chris Vanstone

Chris Vanstone is Director of Co-Design at TACSI.  He started his career as a product designer, designing biscuits, cameras and razors, but has spent the last 14 years working with interdisciplinary teams and communities to co-design solutions to social problems. At TACSI he leads a team that supports organisations to develop strategy, policy, funding and service models that deliver on what people want and need.


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