Innovation is an important tool of what we do, and how we do it — including how we solve challenges big and small. The ability to change, adapt, or further innovate, will either greatly improve and increase the impact on the integration of the refugees and the prosperity of our societies.
Explore the following materials for facilitation on innovation and create your own innovations community in your network or organisation.
Design thinking is one of the best-known methods for the creation of innovations based on a solution-based approach to solving challenges, by understanding the needs, by reframing the problem through brainstorming, and adopting a hands-on approach in prototyping and testing.
The problem tree analysis supports the generation of innovative solutions through detailed mapping of a problem or a challenge along with the factors and consequences. Turning the problem tree into a solution tree is an approach for the planning of activities for innovations.
Theory of change is an essential methodology that explains how and why the desired change is happening and leading to achievement to a specific goal. It outlines the planning, participation, and evaluation of interventions, and innovations.
Open Space Technology captures the knowledge, experience and innovation in the organization that is not captured through less open processes. It creates the conditions so that the maximum potential of the individual and the organization to be realized.