The Open Book of Social Innovation

The Open Book of Social Innovation, by Geoff Mulgan, Julie Simon (nee Caulier-Grice), and Robin Murray – part of a series on methods and issues in social innovation – is about the many ways in which people are creating new and more effective answers to the biggest challenges of our times: how to cut our carbon footprint; how to keep people healthy; how to end poverty. This free downloadable version includes sections on the process of social innovation (prompts, inspirations and diagnoses; proposals and ideas; prototyping and pilots; sustaining; scaling and diffusion; and systemic change); connecting people, ideas and resources; and ways of supporting social innovation.

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