Innovation for Equality 2.0

 

Cronograma: TBC

 

‘Warm up session’  1 Viernes 15 de diciembre, 2017

  • Gabriela Enrigue

Topic:
INVITADOS ESPECIALES (TBC):

  • José Medina -Unreasonable
  • Isa Kukua
  • Gabriela Rocha – Laboratoria
  • Lyda Negrete

 

Cronograma: TBC

 

Clase 1 FECHA:Viernes 12  de Enero – 10 am PST
TEMAS:

Introducción al curso
INVITADOS: Harley Shaiken (TBC)
BIBLIOGRAFÍA
IDEAS

  • Inequality: A dialogue for the America. Kristen Sehnbruch and Harley Shaiken.
  • Morley, Samuel (2000). La Distribución del Ingreso en América Latina y el Caribe. CEPAL, Fondo de Cultura Económica. Capítulos 2, 3 y 4.

TOOLS

  • Bardach, Eugene, and Eric M. Patashnik. A practical guide for policy analysis: The eightfold path to more effective problem solving. CQ press, 2015.
Clase 2 FECHA:Viernes 26  de Enero – 10 am PST
TEMA: Contexto Latinoamericano

Problema: 4 stages of change, how to build a shared vision
INVITADOS: Harley Shaiken (TBC)
BIBLIOGRAFÍA

IDEAS

  • Levy, Santiago. La pobreza en México. Fondo de Cultura Económica.
Clase 3 FECHA: Viernes 9 de Febrero  – 10 am PST
TEMAS: Problema

8 fold path—- How to gather data , how to share a story to inspire change

Desigualdad (con foco en desigualdad de género)

Niveles de informalidad vs a nivel de productividad
INVITADOS :   Gerardo Esquivel (TBC)

                                                     Robert Reich (TBC)
BIBLIOGRAFÍA
IDEAS

  • Vargas Llosa, Mario, C. A. Montaner, and A. Vargas Llosa. “El manual del perfecto idiota latinoamericano.” Barcelona: Editorial Planeta (1996).
  • Sen, Amartya (1999). Development as Freedom. Anchor Books. New York. Capítulo 4.

TOOLS

  • Maurya, A. “Running Lean: A systematic process for iterating your web application from Plan A to a plan that works.” , 2012. Parte 3

Homework: Focusing question and Iceberg- due 15 feb

Clase 4 FECHA:Viernes 16 de Febrero – 10 am PST
TEMA:

How to build a theory of change

How to build a solution: Different Alternatives
INVITADOS:  Bardach, Eugene (TBC)
BIBLIOGRAFÍA
IDEAS

    • Easterly, William, and William Russell Easterly. The elusive quest for growth: economists’ adventures and misadventures in the tropics. MIT press, 2001.
  • Sachs, Jeffrey (2005). The End of Poverty. Penguin Books. Capítulos 3, 8, 9, 10.

TOOLS

  • Heath, Chip, and Dan Heath. Switch: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard. New York: Broadway, 2010. Print.
Clase 5 FECHA:Viernes 2 de Marzo –  10 am PST
TEMA:  Solución: How to develop a MVP, how to do rapid prototyping, how to build a learning tool
INVITADOS :  Pascal Finette    (TBC)   
BIBLIOGRAFÍA
IDEAS

  • McKinsey Global Institute (2014) “A Tale of Two Mexicos: Growth and Prosperity in a two-speed economy”

TOOLS

  • Osterwalder, Alexander, and Yves Pigneur. Business model generation: a handbook for visionaries, game changers, and challengers. John Wiley & Sons, 2010.

Homework: Solution alternatives for your problem- due March 8

Clase 6 FECHA:Viernes 9 de Marzo – 10 am PST

TEMA: How to incorporate feedback from the field, how to improve your product. How to measure impact, learning loop
INVITADO:  Gabriela Campusano (TBC)

                           Armando Estrada (TBC)
BIBLIOGRAFÍA
IDEAS

  • Birdsall, Nancy and De la Torre, Augusto (2001). Washington Contentious: Economic Policies for Social Equity in Latin America (Findings of the Commission on Economic Reform in Unequal Latin American Societies sponsored by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peach and the Inter-American Dialogue.

TOOLS

  • Sinek, Simon. Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action. New York: Portfolio, 2009. Print.

Homework: Final Solution- due march 15th

Clase 7 FECHA:Viernes 16 de Marzo  – 10 am PST

TEMA:  Revenue models

Product and Customer Risk
INVITADOS: Eugenia Ramirez (TBC)

                             Jorge Gonzalez (TBC)
BIBLIOGRAFÍA
IDEAS

  • Mind the gap. Anthony Atkinson. The Economist. June 6th, 2015.
  • More or less equal? The Economist. March 11th, 2004.

TOOLS

  • Hwang, Victor W., and Greg Horowitt. The Rainforest: The secret to building the next Silicon Valley. Los Altos Hills, CA: Regenwald, 2012.

Homework: Pitch- due march 20th

Clase 8 FECHA:Viernes 24 de Marzo – 10 am PST
TEMA: How to pitch
INVITADO:   Cesar Montemayor (TBC)

                          Johanna Posada (TBC)
BIBLIOGRAFÍA
TOOLS

  • Stroh, David Peter. Systems thinking for social change: A practical guide to solving complex problems, avoiding unintended consequences, and achieving lasting results. Chelsea Green Publishing, 2015.
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