Understanding and applying the concept of innovative communities, to achieve sustainable development
Outside Looking in:
External Stakeholders fostering
innovative communities



Hari Srinivas
Continuing Research Series E-121. July 2020


This slide show explores the need for external stakeholders to support and foster "innovative communities". The external stakeholders covered in the slides are: local governments, NGOs and NPOs, Universities and research institutions, Manufacturing industry, business and trade, and United Nations and international organizations.


Slide 1: Title slide


Slide 2: What are the components of a "communtiy"?


Slide 3: So what are innovative communities?


Slide 4: Exploring how external stakeholders foster innovativesness in communities


Slide 5: Why are external stakeholders needed?


Slide 6: Two-way flow of interactions


Slide 7: Components of interactions with external stakeholders


Slide 8: The need for different levels of analyses


Slide 9: Framework to understand the interaction between external stakeholders and innovative communities


Slide 10: External stakeholder - Local Governments


Slide 11: External stakeholder - NGOs/NPOs


Slide 12: External stakeholder - Universities and Research Institutions


Slide 13: External stakeholder - Manufacturing Industries


Slide 14: External stakeholder - Business and Trade


Slide 15: External stakeholder - UN and International Organizations


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