Phase 3. Creating a Shared Vision
What you might see
- Shared theories of change emerging around particular cohorts;
- Experienced experimenters passing on know-how and providing support to others;
- Challenges to scale and growth;
- Increased engagement of non-local system players e.g. regional, state and commonwealth government.
What you can do
- Continue to engage new actors and different levels of the system;
- Consider pivots in approach and focus – as a better understanding of resources and challenges emerge;
- Continue to strengthen and formalise innovation approaches;
- Establish innovation metrics and more formalised innovation approaches.
Innovation Tools & Resources
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Understand where your initiative is on the Collaborative Change Cycle
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