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Innsbruck Social Innovation Challenge

Guidelines for Project Judgement of the Social Innovation Challenge
In order to judge the projects several factors should be considered as well as the coherence of the
entire project. Below a list of variables is given on which each project should be rated to form an
overall judgement of the project.

1. Feasibility
1.1 General Feasibility
 Can the project really be realised?
 What does it need to be realised? - Is it possible to organise and get all resources needed?
 What are barriers which might prevent realisation?
1.2 Financial Feasibility
 How much money does it cost to realize the project?
 Where does the money come from? - How likely is it to receive a grant, credit or other
financial support for the project.
 Will the project break through and be able to sustain itself or will it always be relying on
sponsoring?

3. Impact







What is the social impact of the project?
Who is benefiting from the project? - are there also any "loosers" who might be worse of
then before?
Is the impact immediate or long-term focused?
Is the impact sustainable?
What is the public interest in this project?
How can the project adapt to the context in ways that are within the project’s control?

4. Community engagement





How does the project relate to a current or local social problem?
Does the project engage the community?
How does the project team relate to the problem? - What is there motivation to help solving
the problem?
Are there any other projects/groups/organisation who take care of the problem? - How do
they differentiate?

5. Innovativeness





Does the project provide a new solution to a problem?
How innovative is the solution to the social problem
Does the project team approach the problem in a creative way?
Does a similar solution already exists? - What are the differences/similarities?

6. Coherence


Is the approach of the project coherent?

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Are there any short-comings? - If yes, can they be overcome?

7. Learning





Has there been a learning process of the group during the 48hrs innovation challenge?
How responsive has the team been to arising problems/challenges?
Did the group leverage on the "wisdom of the crowd"?
Has the group been able to answer tough questions about their innovation?

By considering all these aspects, an overall judgement of each project should be made leading to a
ranking of all projects of the Social Innovation Challenge. The three highest ranked projects might be
rewarded and supported with a financial award.


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