Case studies and best practices
The New Allies report unpacks five areas in which governments can create supportive ecosystems that unlock the potential of systemic social entrepreneurs. They can: 1. Leverage the power of information by sharing and co-creating data; 2. Build capabilities among civil servants and systemic social entrepreneurs to enable mutual; understanding and collaboration 3. Develop funding models that recognize the characteristics of systemic social entrepreneurs; 4. Promote collaboration among public sector organizations and between the public-private and social sectors; 5. Foster institutionalization by co-creating or adopting successful innovations. For each of these areas, the report outlines concrete recommendations and provides real-life examples of changes that governments around the world have implemented. It builds on discussions with more than 50 government representatives and systemic social entrepreneurs around the world.