Soziale Innovation, gute Beispiele

  • Developing organizations and managing change: new tasks and challenges in a time of diminishing budgets require changes in internal structures and responsibilities.
  • Implementing policy: putting policy decisions into practice is quicker and easier in a change process with clear communication and consulting.
  • Learning from best practices: Europe-wide knowledge base on successful models and ideas in social services
  • Sharing know-how between disciplines: e.g. when solutions that work for people with disability are also good for elderly people, and vice versa
  • Developing projects: planning and carrying out projects so that they reach their goals
  • Managing thematic networks: in positions of responsibility in politics and administration, you need to be in dialogue with citizens and NGOs. These networks need to be managed consistently.
  • Developing schools: consulting and support for creating school profiles, organizational development and change management.