Showcasing the jobs
innovators
Dr. Jo Casebourne, Nesta
Laura Gardiner, Inclusion / Nesta
Innovation?
vs
1. Generating new ideas
“The way to get good ideas is
to get lots of ideas, and
throw the bad ones away.”
E.G.
The Transportation Security
Administration’s IdeaFactory website
Dr Linus Pauling, American
chemist and bio-chemist
Prizes and challenges
2. Designing new things
Open innovation
Elberfelder Farbenfabriken
vorm. Friedrich Bayer & Co
Innovation in services
Bell Labs, Holmdel, NJ
3. Never stopping
4. Finding out what works
The Kirkaldy Testing Works
7
5. Creating a culture of copying
8
Innovation in tackling
worklessness?
www.nesta.org.uk/makingitwork
the current approach to tackling
worklessness…is complex
thriving innovation
systems
© Chambeau
low incentives to
innovate
© Guardian
Supporting
entrepreneurship &
enterprise
Creating & shaping new
markets
mobilising capital (e.g.
complementary currencies),
supporting growth sectors
and new markets (e.g.
developing the green
economy)
Intermediaries that
improve matching
employer pooling, webplatforms for flexible working
(e.g. task-matching sites),
new approaches to careers
advice, individualised jobmatching services
business services (e.g. startup support), business
incubation, funding and
training for self-employment
Innovation
in jobs
21st century
employability
new approaches to
employment support (e.g.
career coaching, resiliencebuilding), platforms to
showcase skills and build
professional networks
Blurring work & learning
bringing work into the
classroom (e.g. business
mentoring in schools),
temporary jobs and
supported job opportunities
(e.g. apprenticeships and
traineeships)
more experimentation
around ideas
where
next?
more intensive
measurement and
assessment
learning / knowledge
exchange network
the beginning of a debate about how innovative
ideas can be taken forward
Showcasing the jobs
innovators
Dr. Jo Casebourne, Nesta
Laura Gardiner, Inclusion / Nesta
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