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Title: 非營利組織社會創新網絡之探討
A Study on the Social Innovation Network of Nonprofit Organization
Authors: 林建宏
Contributors: 蕭乃沂
林建宏
Keywords: 非營利組織
社會創新
網絡
Date: 2015
Issue Date: 2016-03-01 10:46:53 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 本論文主要研究非營利組織推動社會創新過程中的網絡關係,希望從中瞭解非營利組織推動社會創新的實務情形並從中找到創新成功的關鍵。近年來興起的社會創新活動代表的是一種創新的思維,希望跳脫傳統的框架之外,找到一個更有效解決社會問題的方法或途徑。本研究以網絡關係做為分析的主要理論架構,透過網絡的架構瞭解在創新的過程中有哪些重要的參與者,各自扮演了什麼角色?網絡的建立過程為何?以及社會創新網絡的過程中有哪些因素影響到創新的成效?
本研究採用質性研究,並使用文獻分析、深度訪談和個案研究為主要的研究方法。本研究選定「街遊Hidden Taipei活動」為研究個案,分為創新網絡的萌發期、創新網絡的發展期和創新網絡的困境與未來展望三個部分,透過分析其中幾個主要參與者如芒草心協會、萬華社區大學、萬華社福中心、夢想城鄉協會和街遊活動發起人曾小姐間的互動網絡關係來瞭解街遊創新方案各參與者的動機、互動的模式、創新發展的歷程以及未來可能的創新方案。研究發現包括:
一、 創新網絡的萌發期
(一) 相同的參與動機和跨部門間價值觀的衝突是創新發展初期的基礎
(二) 透過社會資本建立相互合作關係
(三) 各參與者是平等的互動關係
(四) 導覽課程的規劃做為各參與者之間的溝通平台
(五) 跳脫與傳統公部門的互動方式
二、 創新網絡的發展期
(一) 以信任為基礎的合作關係有助於網絡的穩固和擴展
(二) 與社群媒體的互動有助於創新理念在地扎根
(三) 合作的行動策略是影響創新成功的因素之一
(四) 跨部門身分的參與者是創新過程中重要的中介角色
三、 創新網絡的困境與未來展望
(一) 對街遊創新方案價值觀上的差異是主要困境
(二) 跨部門的互動連結是未來發展的重點
關鍵詞:非營利組織、網絡、社會創新
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