Phase 4. Scaling Up
What you might see
- Multiple co-ordinated innovations;
- Progress from ‘quick wins’ to addressing more complex system issues and barriers;
- Changes in policy, funding and the rules of the system;
- Diversion of funding toward what works and away from what doesn’t;
- Active participation of non-local stakeholders;
- Permission from funders for service providers to shift from ‘business as usual’ to addressing locally identified priorities;
- Formalised prototypes;
- Formalisation of an experimentation and innovation pipeline;
- Adoption of effective models from beyond the locality;
- Scaling up of successful models locally, in other locations, and at the policy level;
- Innovation in partnering e.g. organisations taking on specialised roles and staff working across different organisations (matrix management).
What you can do
- Co-ordinate innovation to avoid too much going on at the same time and to ensure that it is targeted to priority issues that are amendable to innovative responses.
- Engage in innovative commissioning.
- Develop and work with/in different business models.
Innovation Tools & Resources
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This resource introduces 3 tools from service design, evaluation and start-up thinking that can be important in creating sustainability in the long term: Theory of Change; Business Model Canvas; and Service Blueprint.
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