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Purpose: To work through three key aspects of planning for change―creatively developing new ideas, planning the practicalities of their implementation and assessing risks―to ensure that all three are effectively considered. Description: This process is also referred to as Walt Disney Circle, Disney Creative Strategy, and Disney Brainstorming Method. Planning change involves four phases.
Purpose: To understand how to make social movements fueled by social media more effective. Description: Zeynep Tufekci explores how social media both empowers and weakens social movements and how the weakening can be overcome. She uses a number of modern cases to demonstrate the strengths of social movements, especially: raising awareness which is essential to […]
Purpose: To demonstrate how games based on models can assist decision making and change on complex problems. Description: This video demonstrates how well-designed games, with skilled facilitation, empower players to make better decisions. When those with power to make change are the players, games can assist in finding innovative ways to make progress on difficult […]
Purpose: This curated online directory, called Public Design Vault, aims to provide an "all-in-one, a full-stop one-stop, a mother list of lists, a singularity for the plethora of toolkits and resources that are available on the vast internet." It aims to include "all the well-known usual suspects" as well as "a few diamonds in the rough."
Purpose: Appreciative Inquiry (AI) is a method, a theory of action, a dialogue process, and a whole of system concept that brings together members of an organisation to clarify, develop and integrate their visions about their joint endeavours. The aim is to build on something in the organisation that works well and that can move the organisation to a higher level of goal attainment to strengthen the future of the organisation.
Purpose: These ten considerations aim to help researchers who address important policy problems understand the complexities of influencing policy and how to become more effective in turning good evidence into policy action. Description: Ten key things that researchers need to think about when they want their research to influence policy are: (1) Know what you want to influence: What change do you hope your research findings will bring about? Is it in legislation or policy? Is it greater investment, different practice or changed perceptions? Or is it something else?...
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