This interactive, digital
walkthrough communicates the structure and
value flow of Brabant Outcomes Fund (BOF). It provides
matter for discussion and aims at attracting (financial)
support. Next to this, it is the outcome of an exploration
on how we can use design thinking and transformative
practices in an applied case similar to the BOF’s.
took place within the framework of Transformative
Practices (Hummels et al. 2019). This framework aims at
helping multi-stakeholder teams to research, design and
innovate in order to tackle societal challenges, which
are inherently wicked and systemic. TP operates within
the paradigm of the Transformation Economy (Rocchi et al. 2018), where
societal challenges are addressed locally, though taking
into account their systemic complexity, through multistakeholder collaborations.
Hummels, C., Trotto, A., Peeters, J., Lévy, P.,
Alves Lino, J. and Klooster, S. (2019). Design
Research and Innovation Framework for Transformative Practices. In: Strategy for Change
Handbook. Glasgow: Glasgow Caledonian University, pp. 52-76
Rocchi, S., Sarroukh, B.E., Subbaraman, K., de
Clerck, L. and Brand, R. (2018). Turning Societal
Challenges into Business through Value Sharing.
The European Business Review