Social impact work is the only work we do at TACSI. Since 2010 we’ve been developing a innovation methodology for building solutions that create change, are financial sustainable and are based in community wants and needs. We call it co-design, we use it every day and we’ve used it to create award winning and money saving solutions like Family by Family. If you’re serious about creating social impact we'd love to work with you to build your innovation capability through workshops, mentoring or projects.
We help government departments make more informed decisions by bringing real-life insight to the discussion. Using rapid ethnography and interviews we can engage hard-to-reach groups and learn how existing solutions help and hinder progress. We can quickly test ideas emerging from other forms of research or expert groups, and use film to bring citizen’s stories into the meeting room - building a shared understanding of the problem and potential solutions.
We're currently working with the Attorney-General's Department to inform policy relating to youth leaving care & custody.
We help organisations with a social mission to bring clarity to their strategy and innovate their business model. We use visual tools to make strategy and business model innovation concrete and collaborative. Then we can help you test and refine your strategy and business model through co-design with customers and non-customers.
We're currently working with The Australian Centre for Child Protection and social start-up SuVez to develop their business strategy and business models. We also use the same tools to develop the strategy for TACSI.
We help commissioning bodies encourage new ideas and new market entrants through open challenges and incubators. Our national reach and profile can help find new suppliers, whilst our innovation capability building can help suppliers optimise solutions for impact, sustainability and community fit.
We're currently working with VicHealth to run the Seed Challenge, which aims to foster innovation to improve fruit and vegetable supply and access.
We mentor teams to run co-design projects and build co-design capability. We pass on the most effective methods we know to enable learning from people in context and through making and testing.
We use our service innovation process across all our projects, like Family by Family, Weavers and the Aboriginal Families project. We've recently mentored a team from ACH Group to develop their co-design capability and supported Endeavour Foundation's Innovation managers to learn co-design through a 2 day workshop.
To find out more about how TACSI can help you shape policy, strategy, suppliers and services for impact, contact: Chris Vanstone, Director of Co-design, firstname.lastname@example.org 0425363285
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