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Calendar

10月
20
周五
(English) Intergenerational Dialogue Workshop @ Good Lab
10月 20 @ 9:00 上午 – 5:00 下午

对不起,此内容只适用于美式英文

11月
5
周日
Hong Kong Jam @ Good Lab 好單位
11月 5 all-day

今年的Hong Kong Jam繼續聚集各領域的社會創新朋友,包括城市發展、教育、食物及樂齡安老等,為香港JAM出新意。Hong Kong Jam不僅是「傳統會議」,而是一個非正式會議!我們連結公民社會和社會創新者的能量、知識和遠見,讓社會變得更好。

作為參加者,你也要JAM,不只聆聽 ;而是全情投入,放開想像,一起改變未來。報名吧!

時間 | 10:00-19:00
日期 | 5-11-2017 (日)
地址 | 好單位 Good Lab( 西九龍通州街500號星匯居L1 ) (長沙灣地鐵站B出口)
登記 | http://bit.ly/hongkongjam2017
查詢 | hongkongjam@goodlab.hk

【節目大放送】
【睇早場】
10:00-12:00 Good Lab 睇早場: Not business as usual 

【12:00-13:15】
【未來城市】Session 1A 12:00-13:15 自己社區自己救的10種方法
【教育】Session 2A 12:00-13:15 家長也上堂-問教育謂何物
【食物】Session 3A 12:00-13:15 改變食物鏈的「社區種子」如何走下去

【午餐時間】
午餐新煮意 13:15-14:15 hub B @ Good Lab
【行市集】
好好市集 13:00-17:00 @Good Lab 

【14:15-15:30】
【未來城市】Session 1B 14:15-15:30 跨界的10種合作方式
【教育】Session 2B 14:15-15:30 老師也創新-教育不再趕進度
【食物】Session 3B 14:15-15:30 一切從雪櫃出發

【15:45-17:00 】
【未來城市】Session 1C 15:45-17:00 未來城市的10種社會設計
【教育】Session 2C 15:45-17:00 學生也話事-自己教育自己訂
【食物】Session 3C 15:45-17:00 假如我可以改變一個食物現象 

【好單位五周年】
Session 4 17:00-18:30 小劇場@Good Lab 
好單位五周年: 打破沙鍋問到底社會創新問答比賽 暨 好點子招募大會

詳情: http://goodlab.hk/hongkongjam-2017/

 

到時見!

11月
16
周四
(English) Social Innovation Workshop for Tri-Sector Leaders of Tomorrow @ Good Lab
11月 16 @ 9:00 上午 – 11月 17 @ 5:00 下午

对不起,此内容只适用于美式英文

12月
15
周五
The Sharing Economy in Hong Kong – How disruptive is it, and what does it mean to me? @ Good Lab
12月 15 @ 9:00 上午 – 5:00 下午


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Introduction

We are in the era of the Sharing Economy. Over the past few years, companies like Airbnb, Carshare & EatWith, have begun to fundamentally change the way people eat, sleep and travel all over of the world.

Dubbed the most ‘socially conscious’ generation, most millennials believe in maximization of resources rather than owning them outright. New ideas about sharing have emerged to challenge the traditional discourse on resource allocation, ownership and accessibility.

This new landscape has huge implications for governments and businesses alike. For example, individuals and civil society groups can now collaborate to explore more efficient methods to allocate supply with demand, and will share information much faster than any traditional communication channel. In terms of business, many disruptors have changed the outlook of entire industries by creating innovative sharing solutions to challenge current business models.

We need to rethink the way we work, and create strategies in which they can collaboratively work for mutual benefit. The sharing economy is creating a wave of change that one must be prepared for, or be at risk of being swept up in its current.

– Ada Wong, Convenor & Director of The Good Lab –

What Will I gain?

The Good Lab’s Sharing Economy Workshop will help you understand and navigate the complexities of Sharing Economy, both practically and strategically, through the study of global and local cases and meeting local entrepreneurs. You will gain:

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Lead Facilitators

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Details

Language: Cantonese
Fee: HK $2,500/ person (including lunch, refreshments and all programme materials)
Registration: Click Here


We hope to see you at our workshop!

2月
9
周五
Dialogue for An Inclusive Future Workshop @ Good Lab
2月 9 all-day


Dialogue for An Inclusive Future


will foster deeper understanding of the diverse social groups in Hong

Kong, and is a space to discover new collaborations and partnerships.

 

Together we share the same aspirations for a better society. Is it possible to forge a road of
respect and reciprocity through dialogue, bridging different ideas and values? What is the
key to bringing diverse people together for innovation and creating a better world?
In this one-day experiential workshop, we will design a warm and interactive space for social
groups to talk and find better solutions for a more inclusive and empathetic society.
Each workshop will focus on a theme. For our February cohort, we will understand the often
diverging views of the young and older generations in Hong Kong. How do millennials and
baby boomers see the future of our city? What are the differences and similarities? What is
the opportunity for synergy and collaboration? Learn from real case examples locally and
from around the world where these divergent generations are coming together to create a
more inclusive future. Please join us with an open mind!

In this one-day workshop, you will…

 

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Pioneering Social Innovation

 

Over the past 4 years, the Good Lab has been home to multiple leading social enterprises in Hong Kong, gathering knowledge, networks and expertise in the field of Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Embodying the spirit of collaboration at the heart of our work, the Good Lab stands at the intersection between Government, Businesses and Social Impact organisations, working to build dialogue, strengthen capacity and co-creating new innovations. Our founding members include Dialogue Experience, Social Ventures Hong Kong, Make A Difference Institute, Social Enterprise Summit, Education For Good, and Solution on Wheels.

 

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Lead Facilitators

 

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Pilot Workshop

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Please contact Clara Wong at clara@goodlab.hk or call 3996 1933.

 

3月
16
周五
Design Thinking for Employee Experience @ Good Lab
3月 16 @ 9:00 上午 – 6:00 下午


Design Thinking for Employee Experience

Design Thinking is the latest human-centred approach to innovation that integrates the needs of people, the possibilities of technology and requirements for business success. As technology evolves at lightning speed and the economic environment grows more volatile, this methodology has been cited as a vital tool to develop HR solutions that support engagement, boost performance and drive innovation.

In fact, companies where HR reports the highest levels of value are five times more likely to be using Design Thinking and the approach has already been adopted by global brands including Australia and New Zealand Banking Group, General Electric and Ford Motor Company to develop innovative, human resources solutions.

In this full-day interactive workshop we will explore how Design Thinking can be used to develop impactful employee experience in a live challenge, examining how to improve on boarding to ensure new hirers thrive from the get-go.

Together, we will:

  • Examine global best practice and understand the business case for using Design Thinking to develop people processes
  • Learn how to use the five stages of the Design Thinking process to generate, develop and assess innovative people solutions to improve the employee experience at your own organisation
  • Develop core soft skills for effective collaboration, including empathy and communication in a live challenge
  • Develop a nimble, growth mindset, helping you navigate change and think more dynamically, both individually and as a team
  • Make and break routine, creating lasting habits that will ensure your employees thrive

Who is this for?

Leaders, heads of department, senior managers, human resources, talent and change teams keen to improve employee experience at their own organisations.

Biography

Flick Hardingham-1a

As founder of Habit, Flick Hardingham works with organizations to supercharge their people power through cutting-edge employee experience and training.

Acting as rocket fuel for business success, Habit’s action-orientated programmes and consultancy grounded in human-centred design, arm organizations with the attitude, processes and culture to drive engagement, boost productivity, support radical collaboration and thrive in the innovation economy.

Past and current projects include supporting digital transformations at Barclays Bank and Accenture; Design Thinking training at the Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management; improving recruitment for an international members’ club; an innovative leadership programme for Deliveroo; organisational change for the UK National Health Service; and creative thinking for leading London media agencies.

Flick is also an organiser for OpenIDEO‘s London Chapter, the global movement using Design Thinking to solve tough social challenges. Her team is currently partnered with Vodafone to reinvent gratitude in the workplace.

Testimonial

“I have learned a lot about improving innovation in my workplace and I wish more people would see the need to increase creativity in everything we do. We certainly need to find new reasons to innovate, to push our creativity levels up and to motivate the teams we work with. Flick is a very effective educator and I strongly recommend you attend her sessions.”

Paulo Dias, Vice President, Agile Transformation Lead and Enterprise Coach, Barclays Investment Bank.

The Workshop will be on 

Date | 16 March 2018 (Friday)
Time | 9am to 6pm
Venue | Good Lab (L1 The Sparkle, 500 Tung Chau Street, West Kowloon)
Language | English
Fee |  Standard – HK$2200/ person, NGO – HK$1100/ person

Register

Please contact Wendy Yip at wendy@goodlab.hk or call 3996 1933.

4月
26
周四
Social Innovation And Tri-Sector Leadership Workshop @ Good Lab
4月 26 – 4月 27 all-day


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Our Flagship Workshop

brings together participants from businesses, NGOs and government to get inspired by latest Social Innovation case studies from around the world and co-create new solutions of Shared Value for Hong Kong’s future.

 

We live in a rapidly changing world. In face of increasing social and economic inequality fueled by a growing mistrust between different sectors, how can our government, businesses and the social impact sector reignite a collaborative spirit to create solutions for a better tomorrow?

Over this two-day immersive workshop, leaders from different sectors will gather to challenge existing assumptions about current problems, allow their minds to be opened to new solutions and be inspired by new approaches to overcome the currently entrenched social issues.

 

Shared Value

Shared Value is a strategy in which companies find business opportunities in solving social problems. It is a model that allows businesses to realise innovation and growth potential by treating social problems as business objectives; maximising their competitive advantage while creating value in society.
– SIE Fund, September 2013

 

What is in this two-day workshop?

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Pioneering Social Innovation

Opened in 2012, the Good Lab is a social innovation consultancy and co-working space that has provided both a home and network for social innovators to thrive. Embracing the spirit of collaboration, we work across the sectors of government, civil society and business, connecting allies and partners to co-create a more inclusive and equal Hong Kong.

We curate bespoke inspirational training programs to empower organisations to think more innovatively through design thinking and encourage the collaboration between different sectors for social impact. Over the past 6 years, we have worked with over 50+ organisations, helping them understand societal challenges and how they can play in active part in being part of the solution.

Beyond training, we also work hand in hand with various organisations across Hong Kong to realise social innovation and change directly in their community. Our past clients and partners include Civil Service Training and Development Institute, Covestro, Google, Hong Kong Jockey Club, Hong Kong Police Force, Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui, HSBC, J.P. Morgan, MakerBay, MTR Corporation, Tung Wah Group of Hospitals and Yan Oi Tong.

 

Lead Facilitators

Ada and Kelvin

Our next workshop will be on

tri sector (Apr) time

 

Register

Please contact Alexa Li at alexa@goodlab.hk or call 3996 1934.

5月
7
周一
Understanding The Ageing Challenge through Design Thinking @ Good Lab
5月 7 – 5月 8 all-day


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“Understanding The Ageing Challenge through Design Thinking” Workshop

An interactive workshop that will provide a deeper understanding of one of the most pressing challenges in developed countries: the ageing society.

Currently, one in six of us is aged 65 or above in Hong Kong. This ratio will increase to one in three by 2040. How will this demographic shift transform the way our society functions? How can governments, civil society and businesses equip themselves for this change? Most importantly, do we see this shift as an opportunity or as a problem to solve?

In this two-day immersive workshop, you will learn from case studies how different countries are preparing themselves to this shift in their society. You will meet local social innovators and learn about their solutions to ageing. Using Design Thinking, participants will then get a chance to bring your knowledge together to design potential solutions to the challenges of our collective future.

 

Be inspired in our immersive workshop

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Fostering Social Innovation

Opened in 2012, the Good Lab is a social innovation consultancy and co-working space that has provided both a home and network for social innovators to thrive. Embracing the spirit of collaboration, we work across the sectors of government, civil society and business, connecting allies and partners to co-create a more inclusive and equal Hong Kong.

We curate bespoke inspirational training programs to empower organisations to think more innovatively through design thinking and encourage the collaboration between different sectors for social impact. Over the past 6 years, we have worked with over 50+ organisations, helping them understand societal challenges and how they can play in active part in being part of the solution.

Beyond training, we also work hand in hand with various organisations across Hong Kong to realise social innovation and change directly in their community. Our past clients and partners include Civil Service Training and Development Institute, Covestro, Google, Hong Kong Jockey Club, Hong Kong Police Force, Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui, HSBC, J.P. Morgan, MakerBay, MTR Corporation, Tung Wah Group of Hospitals and Yan Oi Tong.

 

Lead Facilitators

Ada and Kelvin

Our next workshop will be on

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Register

Please contact Alexa Li at alexa@goodlab.hk or call 3996 1934.

7月
27
周五
The Sharing Economy in Hong Kong – How disruptive is it, and what does it mean to me? @ Good Lab
7月 27 @ 9:00 上午 – 5:00 下午


banner-01

Introduction

We are in the era of the Sharing Economy. Over the past few years, companies like Airbnb, Carshare & EatWith, have begun to fundamentally change the way people eat, sleep and travel all over of the world.

Dubbed the most ‘socially conscious’ generation, most millennials believe in maximization of resources rather than owning them outright. New ideas about sharing have emerged to challenge the traditional discourse on resource allocation, ownership and accessibility.

This new landscape has huge implications for governments and businesses alike. For example, individuals and civil society groups can now collaborate to explore more efficient methods to allocate supply with demand, and will share information much faster than any traditional communication channel. In terms of business, many disruptors have changed the outlook of entire industries by creating innovative sharing solutions to challenge current business models.

We need to rethink the way we work, and create strategies in which they can collaboratively work for mutual benefit. The sharing economy is creating a wave of change that one must be prepared for, or be at risk of being swept up in its current.

– Ada Wong, Convenor & Director of The Good Lab –

What Will I gain?

The Good Lab’s Sharing Economy Workshop will help you understand and navigate the complexities of Sharing Economy, both practically and strategically, through the study of global and local cases and meeting local entrepreneurs. You will gain:

Screen Shot 2017-08-15 at 3.33.47 PM

Lead Facilitators

Ada and Kelvin

Details

sharing econ_July


Register

Please contact Clara Wong at clara@goodlab.hk or call 3996 1932.

8月
30
周四
Social Innovation And Tri-Sector Leadership Workshop @ Good Lab
8月 30 – 8月 31 all-day


tri-sector banner

Our Flagship Workshop

brings together participants from businesses, NGOs and government to get inspired by latest Social Innovation case studies from around the world and co-create new solutions of Shared Value for Hong Kong’s future.

 

We live in a rapidly changing world. In face of increasing social and economic inequality fueled by a growing mistrust between different sectors, how can our government, businesses and the social impact sector reignite a collaborative spirit to create solutions for a better tomorrow?

Over this two-day immersive workshop, leaders from different sectors will gather to challenge existing assumptions about current problems, allow their minds to be opened to new solutions and be inspired by new approaches to overcome the currently entrenched social issues.

 

Shared Value

Shared Value is a strategy in which companies find business opportunities in solving social problems. It is a model that allows businesses to realise innovation and growth potential by treating social problems as business objectives; maximising their competitive advantage while creating value in society.
– SIE Fund, September 2013

 

What is in this two-day workshop?

tri sector content

 

Pioneering Social Innovation

Opened in 2012, the Good Lab is a social innovation consultancy and co-working space that has provided both a home and network for social innovators to thrive. Embracing the spirit of collaboration, we work across the sectors of government, civil society and business, connecting allies and partners to co-create a more inclusive and equal Hong Kong.

We curate bespoke inspirational training programs to empower organisations to think more innovatively through design thinking and encourage the collaboration between different sectors for social impact. Over the past 6 years, we have worked with over 50+ organisations, helping them understand societal challenges and how they can play in active part in being part of the solution.

Beyond training, we also work hand in hand with various organisations across Hong Kong to realise social innovation and change directly in their community. Our past clients and partners include Civil Service Training and Development Institute, Covestro, Google, Hong Kong Jockey Club, Hong Kong Police Force, Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui, HSBC, J.P. Morgan, MakerBay, MTR Corporation, Tung Wah Group of Hospitals and Yan Oi Tong.

 

Lead Facilitators

Ada and Kelvin

Our next workshop will be on

tri sector (Aug) time

 

Register

Please contact Clara Wong at clara@goodlab.hk or call 3996 1932.

地址

星匯居L1,
通州街500號,
長沙灣,
西九龍

電話

+852 3996 1933



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