The Transformative Innovation Learning Journey makes up part of the capacity building element of the TIPC Programme. It helps to embed the TIP approach in participating organisations and supporting efforts to build a transnational community of practice. Using participatory methods and peer to peer deep learning it will help mobilise new, co-created knowledge into practice. This is a continuous journey, as shown in the diagram below, and the aim is to bring new groups along to this journey each year, building on the experience, learning and insights from the cohort of the previous year. It will be an active learning process for all involved where participants and mentors are experientially involved in the journey to promote opportunities for second order or deep learning.
The materials below are some of the resources that the cohort of 2019 have engaged with during the residential stage which took place at the University of Sussex in May.
PART 1: TRANSFORMATIVE INNOVATION POLICY
A Journey through Transformative Innovation Policy (TIP): An Introductory Lecture
This is a five part lecture given by Professor Ed Steinmueller, TIPC team member, providing an introductory overview of the theory behind transformative innovation policy. The lecture is comprised of five videos, each of roughly ten to fifteen minutes, to watch at a convenient pace:
Part 1: The world we are in
Part 2: Innovation Policy
– the last 75 years
Part 3: Uncertainty and directionality
Part 4: TIP Foundations
Part 5: TIPC
Part 2: A Societal Perspective
These videos are supplied by EIT Climate-KIC transitions hub. They are suggested as they give an idea of how the theoretical approach could be used in practice when designing transformative innovation policy.
Trajectories of change
Part 3: Experiementation
Policy Brief: Transforming Experimentation
Six Systemic Strengths