Innovative Transformation: From Global Policies to Local Roles
The book "Innovation for Sustainable Development" delves into the multifaceted role of innovation in addressing the complex challenges of sustainable development in Indonesia. Drawing on a rich tapestry of theories, case studies, and empirical research, the book offers a holistic perspective that spans economic, social, and environmental dimensions. The first section of the book establishes the foundational importance of innovation in navigating global dynamics, emphasizing its pivotal role in driving sustainable economic growth. Highlighting insights from various scholars, the authors underscore how innovation permeates various sectors, creating a competitive advantage for companies and fostering societal well-being. The application of innovation theory is explored across diverse contexts, including the digital economy, healthcare, sustainable agriculture, and education.
The concept of TIP takes center stage, providing a deep dive into how innovation can be a potent solution to grand challenges. The book emphasizes the role of universities in driving social change through TIP, emphasizing multi-level governance and the need for systematic evaluation to measure transformative outcomes. The narrative then shifts to gender dynamics, equality, and innovation in sustainable development, exploring real-world cases in North Sulawesi, Central Sulawesi, West Sulawesi, and Gorontalo provinces. The influence of social media, particularly on rural women, is analysed, showcasing how technology and social innovation can empower communities.
The exploration extends to Central Java Province, where the impact of technological developments, especially digital technology, is examined. The book underscores the dual nature of technology in encouraging societal progress while presenting challenges. Social innovation in rural contexts, detailing rural innovation systems, stakeholder engagement, and the role of education, adds depth to the discussion. The book further explores smart agricultural innovation in Papua, providing insights into the inclusion of rights holders, historical productivity values, and the systemic approach needed to address challenges and opportunities in the agricultural sector.
A significant portion of the book focuses on the interplay between technology, business transformation, and sustainable rural development. It investigates the impact of the internet, social media, and broadband, particularly in Papua Province, highlighting the formation of village-owned enterprises and their role in local development. Shifting gears, the book addresses health innovation, spotlighting efforts to combat stunting in South Lampung Regency. The discussion encompasses ethical considerations, the impact of health crises, and the multifaceted nature of health innovation. The book concludes by summarizing key findings and offering implications and recommendations for practice, policy, and future research. Through a carefully structured systematics, it guides the reader from theoretical foundations to practical applications, providing a comprehensive understanding of how innovation can drive holistic transformation for sustainable development in Indonesia. In essence, "Innovation for Sustainable Development" serves as a roadmap for policymakers, researchers, and practitioners, offering insights, inspiration, and actionable strategies to navigate the intricate landscape of sustainable development in Indonesia.
- Publisher: White Falcon Publishing; 1 edition (2023)
Author: Agustinus Hartopo, Andjar Prasetyo, Ndoheba Kenda Dara Windiyarti, Wahyudiyono Iswari Hariastuti, Tri Weda Rahardjo Dwi Wahyuni, Herrukmi Septa Rinawati, Heri Wahyudianto Nur Khasanah, Hendrixon Himawan Estu Bagijo, Ari Sasmoko Adi Harini, Adri Amir Mahmud
- ISBN-13: 9798892221306