A new 8-part blog series shares insights on how we can collectively problem solve and effect community and service system change to benefit children and families.
Our Centre partnered with the Department of Education and Training, and Department of Health and Human Services — with generous support from The Creswick Foundation — to present Innovate for Impact, a week-long learning program, in September 2018.
This learning program and the Innovate for Impact blog series explores different approaches and strategies to enable better and more responsive programs and systems. When we create more connected and more equitable and accessible systems and communities, we improve the lives of children and families.
Innovate for Impact blog series
The blogs reflect seven themes touched upon across the learning program and identified as emerging and important to community service and systems change. Our Centre will release a new blog post in the series every 10 days. Access them here:
- 1 Risk is not destiny (an introductory message)
- 2 Converging Practices
- 3 Moving away from just programmes and services
- 4 On power, privilege and possibilities
- 5 Evidence for innovation
- 6 Procurement for innovation
- 7 Opportunities in place
- 8 Innovation as ethical practice
The blog series is co-authored by Jamie Gamble (Imprint Consulting), Penny Hagen (Auckland Co-design Lab) and Kate McKegg (The Kinnect Group) in collaboration with Sue West from the Centre for Community Child Health.
Contact Sue West for Innovate for Impact blog series enquiries.