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Volume 5 Issue 6
Social Innovation (SI) - Objectives, Challenges - Problems and Benefits, Methodology, Key Dimensions and Mechanism for Social Change in India
|Author(s)||P Bhaskara Reddy, R Praveen Reddy, G V Koti Reddy|
|Abstract||Social innovation is the process of developing and implementing novel solutions to address social and environmental problems. The main objectives of social innovation are to create positive social change, improve the quality of life of marginalized groups, and empower communities to tackle their own challenges. Some examples of social innovation in India are Project Listen Up, Aditya, Agnisumukh, Water.org, and Make Love Not Scars. To start your own social innovation project, you need to identify a problem, come up with an idea, test and validate your idea, develop a business plan, and launch and scale your project. You also need to measure the impact of your project using methods and frameworks such as the theory of change, the logic model, the SROI, the IVC, the SIA, the IMP, the GRI, and the IRIS. Some skills that can help you in your social innovation journey are creativity, critical thinking, empathy, collaboration, experimentation, and adaptability. You can develop these skills by engaging with nature, meditating, vetting new information with a cautious eye, considering more than one point of view, practicing active listening, and experimenting and learning from failures. Social innovation is a fascinating and important topic that can spark your curiosity and inspire you to make a positive difference in the world.|
|Field||Sociology > Philosophy / Psychology / Religion|
|Published In||Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023|
|Cite This||Social Innovation (SI) - Objectives, Challenges - Problems and Benefits, Methodology, Key Dimensions and Mechanism for Social Change in India - P Bhaskara Reddy, R Praveen Reddy, G V Koti Reddy - IJFMR Volume 5, Issue 6, November-December 2023. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2023.v05i06.8519|
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