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A transdisciplinary program to incorporate resilient systems science, organizational behavior, science policy, innovation science, and systems leadership.

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Transformative innovation requires resilient networks and democratic stewardship that unite a variety of actors and encourage a plurality of methods, perspectives, and skills, allowing for an agile, engaged, and inclusive environment

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Take on a prominent societal role as an innovator and engage with the territorial community
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Support radical transformation of present-day innovation systems into better alternatives
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GCRI enables building and institutionalizing a network of relationships among diverse actors and nurturing their commitment for systemic innovation in response to the complex and interconnected global and local challenges. We aim at increasing economic prosperity and social justice through open collaboration within planetary boundaries

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The Quadruple Helix Model of innovation recognizes four major actors in the innovation system: science, policy, industry, and society. In keeping with this model, more and more governments are prioritizing greater public involvement in innovation processes.

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Our research tribes will start not by defining the technical solution but by identifying the societal question (or goal) they will address through participatory, co-creative, and evolutionary processes, taking into account ethical values, cultural context, and societal dimensions

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What do we mean by systems?
With the rise of globalization, the ongoing expansion of information technology, and an unfolding environmental crisis the world has changed in quite radical ways in the past decades alone. Issues have gone from the national level to the global level - at a whole new scale and scope - they have gone from relatively isolated to highly interconnected and interdependent, while the pace of change has increased by an order of magnitude. The argument follows that we are now in a new world of complexity that operates in very different ways to that which our industrial age reductionist logic may imply. If we are to respond effectively to the challenges of this new world and to have some hope of shaping outcomes we need to embrace new ways of looking at the world but also new ways of organizing. As a consequence, we are challenged to evolve new organizational structures and capabilities that are currently significantly absent.
What is system innovation?
Systems innovation is a new systems-based approach to enabling change within complex organizations. It is a holistic approach that looks at the underlying dynamics and systemic conditions of an issue, working with the innate evolutionary potential of complex adaptive systems to enable transformative change in their structure, behavior, and functional capabilities. While the term 鈥渟ystems change鈥 is somewhat well-known within certain spheres - namely the social sector and non-for-profit realm - the term systems innovation is largely nonexistent in terms of its level of awareness and definition. What is different about systems innovation from systems change is the word 鈥渋nnovation鈥. Whereas the term systems change simply refers to changes in a system the term systems innovation can be seen to be a type of systems change that is explicitly about innovation as an approach to change. As such we can say that systems innovation is an approach to change that involves the combination of systems thinking and innovation.
Why system innovation?
We are now in a new world of complexity that operates in very different ways to that which our industrial age reductionist logic may imply. If we are to respond effectively to the challenges of this new world and to have some hope of shaping outcomes we need to embrace new ways of looking at the world but also new ways of organizing. As a consequence, we are challenged to evolve new organizational structures and capabilities that are currently significantly absent. Wicked Problems This new level of complexity creates many of the things we wish for - telecommunications, international travel, and most of the products that we enjoy on a daily basis - but it also creates new challenges. We call these emergent systemic dysfunctionalities in complex adaptive systems 鈥渨icked problems鈥. Wicked problems are a key characteristic of the world we live in today and the issues that matter the most to us. Many of today鈥檚 strategic challenges - from cybersecurity and international terrorism to migration and water scarcity - can be best thought of as wicked problems created by complex adaptive systems, continuously recreated through the ongoing choices, actions, and interactions among numerous players operating across dense networks. There is growing awareness that these systems are in fact fundamentally complex and thus require a different approach - they demand a more holistic, networked, emergent, and evolutionary approach. Such systemic phenomena require in turn a whole new toolkit of approaches if we are to have any real impact in shaping the world we live in.

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