TIP in Action

How are policy people enacting TIP to make change happen?

The TIP theory explains the three frames of innovation. TIP is part of the big, complex challenge to change systems and meet the Global Goals.

We are now setting new demonstrators, capabilities and standards for policy with our methodologies and projects including the MOTION methodology, Formative Evaluation and Second-Order Learning prompted by the COVID-19 global situation.

Each member country and partner policy teams have their own story to tell. With theee years of theory preparation under our collective belt, the network involved is now creating and enacting TIP to start to see how this pioneering policy approach can make transformation happen across all hubs.

Spotlight

Confronting COVID-19 and Meeting the SDGS: A Proposal for Implementing the ‘Mision de Sabios’ Report in Colombia Using a TIP Approach

TIPC Evaluates Formatively for Transformation

TIPC has set about the crucial and challenging task of developing an approach to the evaluation of transformative policies and experiments that is consistent with its policy principles. This approach is termed Formative Evaluation and is being led by TIPC partner,...
Project
Colombian coffee farmers regional innovation policy

TIP in Colombia

A Story of Regionalization The Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) agency, Colciencias, in Colombia were one of the first globally to begin working with the Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU) at the University of Sussex Business School to create a...
Project

Guide to: Deep Transitions

In order to inform the work of the Consortium in driving Transformative Innovation Policy (TIP), the theory behind how societies change over time, and what compels these changes, must be explored. Much of TIPC’s work is drawn from...
Training on TIP
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