Putting innovation into practice

How can influential institutions stay adaptive, responsive, and tech-savvy in a rapidly changing world?

Reboot partners with multilateral and bilateral agencies, governments, foundations, non-profits, and private sector organizations to develop new ways of working that are tailored for each institution’s strengths and realities. Grounded in design research, we embed with our partners and work side-by-side to design and support the implementation of creative but realistic solutions that lead to impact.

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Featured Publication:

Infrastructure Development in Edo State

Adapting to Constraints and Creating Capabilities

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Projects

Ethnography for Institutional Innovation

USAID | Indonesia, Uganda, Zimbabwe

Community and Capacity Building for Healthcare Innovation

Private Sector Health Alliance of Nigeria | Nigeria

Co-creation for Civil Society Innovation

USAID | Colombia, Indonesia, Morocco, Panama, Tanzania, Turkey, USA

Blog Posts

News

10.25.2019

Panthea Lee and Kisha Bwenge will join over 300 urban experts and mayors at CityLab D.C to discuss the potential and power of city-level innovation.

03.11.2019

The Ford Foundation’s Equals Change Blog recently published “Lessons from the foundation’s tech fellows program” by Research Manager Marielle Velander.

01.23.2019

The Journal of Development in Practice recently published an article on real-time data for adaptive management, co-authored by Rebooter Carrie Oppenheimer.

11.13.2018

From November 14th to 16th, Zack Brisson will attend the 2018 Bridges Retreat: “Re-imagining the Open Society in the Digital Age,” near Paris, France.

02.15.2018

On March 3rd, Lauren Gardner will join fellow social innovation practitioners to discuss the evolution and future of design thinking.

11.09.2017

On November 8th Zack Brisson delivered a lecture at the Rutger’s Honors College Forum on tactics for working within power structures to create meaningful social change.