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Categories have been sorted based on need and role-type. Interesting social innovations from around the world are showcased paying attention to the process. Logic diagrams are used heavily to show the interlocked and overlapping non-linear nature of social innovations.

 

Innovators and stakeholders have been invited to share their journeys. In-depth discussions, organizational analysis and context (the setting) have been combined to create case studies. The innovators and stakeholders have been asked to look back on their journey and draw attention to those factors that made a difference to the process. A segment within each case is devoted to words of advice and pointers from the innovators and stakeholders.

 

(See also Who am I?)

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Introducing Thought Leaders.....

This segment features social innovators and thinkers from around the world. They share here their opinions, ideas and expertise in the area of social innovation as pertinent to their area of work.

To kick things off, Sgt. Chris Cognac of the Hawthorne PD in California USA discusses the international phenomenon that is Coffee with a Cop and general ideas about community engagement, social innovation and law enforcement.

 

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Introducing Thought Leaders.....

This segment features social innovators and thinkers from around the world. They share here their opinions, ideas and expertise in the area of social innovation as pertinent to their area of work.

To kick things off, we feature two vastly different yet exceptional individuals who have, through their sustained community engagement sought to bring about a different way of looking at some very traditional issues- law enforcement and basic womens' rights

 

Sgt. Chris Cognac of the Hawthorne PD in California USA discusses the international phenomenon that is Coffee with a Cop and general ideas about community engagement, social innovation and law enforcement.

Josephine Nzerem discusses Human Angle, the organization that seeks to educate men about property rights and legal pathways so their wives do not suffer. She helps deconstruct some basic difficulties in working with women and the importance of women entrepreneurs.

 

Some of the featured Case Studies

Riders for Health International

The Sambhavana Trust Clinic

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RESEARCHER OR STAKEHOLDER

ACTIVIST OR STRATEGIST

WHO AM I??

There are several ways one can innovate and support innovation. The key is to be realistic about what one can do and what is viable. Just because what one really wants to do is not feasible right now, does not mean one cannot do something else that supports social innovation in the meanwhile!!

 There several instances where these options have worked out (and some featured here). And many times, they overlap!! So don't get stuck on one path and one path alone. A big part of being in the field of social innovation is to be flexible.

 

Click to see a detailed map of various roles in social innovation where you could fit in.

This segment features social innovators and thinkers from around the world. They share here their opinions, ideas and expertise in the area of social innovation as pertinent to their area of work.

To kick things off, Sgt. Chris Cognac of the Hawthorne PD in California USA discusses the international phenomenon that is Coffee with a Cop and general ideas about community engagement, social innovation and law enforcement.

 

Introducing Thought Leaders.....

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THE CASE STUDY

Planning and implementation logistics of the market

LOGIC DIAGRAM

A graphic representation of the process showing milestones and overlaps

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A small clinic in central India that has redefined healthcare delivery whilst mitigating a deadly disaster affecting thousands

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Featured case studies

Featured on Quiet Value

Co-founder Andrea Coleman deep dives into the healthcare delivery masterstroke Riders for Health, mapping the process for idea to implementation and beyond; sharing her expertise and advice.

Other featured case studies

what is common here?

A small clinic that created a new model of health deliver whilst mitigating a deadly health disaster affecting thousands--The Sambhavana Trust Clinic

Restoration and revitalization of a historic building in Northeast USA that houses some of the most vulnerable in society -- Community Housing of Maine

Motorbike riders  delivering and collecting samples and medicines, closing the last-mile gap-Riders for Health

Restoration &revitalization of a historic building to house the community's most vulnerable- Community Housing of Maine

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People around the world are finding innovative solutions to solve some of the toughest problems we are facing today, under tight resource constraints. As much as we admire them, QUIET VALUE is more ambitious. It wants you to be one of them......

and, we're breaking down the process for you!

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what is common here?

A small clinic in Central India that has redefined healthcare delivery whilst mitigating a deadly health disaster affecting thousands

The Sambhavana Trust Clinic, Bhopal India

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sambhavana welcome sign entrance

Featured case studies

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