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© Specialist People Foundation All rights reserved. 1 Licensing social business – the Specialisterne case UNDP Lublin Poland 6th October 2011 Thorkil Sonne Ashoka Globalizer Fellow Founder Specialisterne and Specialist People Foundation
© Specialist People Foundation All rights reserved. 2 Strong Idea Global Impact Proven Case Local Impact
© Specialist People Foundation All rights reserved. 3 The Problem: People with autism do not fit in Costly for the individual Risk of not being understood in the family Risk being bullied at school Risk dropping out of higher education Risk being rejected by the employers Risk a life in loneliness Costly for business community Around 95% of people with ASD are unemployed Businesses miss out on loyal employees with a passion for details… Costly for society London School of Economics estimates the cost of autism to the UK society to be £28bn annually In Glasgow, Scotland, a 4:1 social return on any public funding / investment is expected over a 5 year period…
© Specialist People Foundation All rights reserved. 4 SPECIALIST PEOPLE
© Specialist People Foundation All rights reserved. 5 Characteristics of people with autism Low self-confidence Missing overview Missing filters = stress sensitive Depressions Communicative misunderstandings Problems with Reading the game Little or no imagination of your feelings or whereabouts Passion for details Focused concentration Perseverance for repetitive actions Pattern recognition Spot deviances in data, information and systems Out of the box thinking Honest Courageous StrengthsVulnerability
© Specialist People Foundation All rights reserved. 6 Shift in the way value is created… Industrial value creation …fitting in is all important Innovation based value creation …not fitting in is all important Source: Specialisterne - Its Broader Importance in 21st Century Management, Speech at Specialist People Conference 2011 by Robert D. Austin, Harvard Business School / Copenhagen Business School 6
© Specialist People Foundation All rights reserved. 7 Specialisterne For-profit social enterprise Owned by not-for-profit Specialist People Foundation Focus on high functioning people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Services Consulting within software management, testing, registration and data logistics 5 month assessment and training 3 year youth education People 20 people as staff 33 people with ASD as consultants 20 people (18+ years) with ASD as candidates 26 people (16 – 25 years) with ASD as students
© Specialist People Foundation All rights reserved. 8 Customer Cases
© Specialist People Foundation All rights reserved. 9 Changing the paradigm Vision To make societies globally respect and accommodate specialist people as worthy and valuable citizens Mission To make specialist people feel wanted and help them excel in the right roles Values Respect Accommodation Accessibility Clarity Goal To enable one million jobs for specialist people – people with a business potential who need special understanding and support
© Specialist People Foundation All rights reserved. 10 Strategy for global impact Academy Organizational capacity building International community building Specialisterne Licensees Corporate Partners
© Specialist People Foundation All rights reserved. 11 Scaling with Licensees Develop and prove model Document with Deloitte and learn from Glasgow pilot Apply learnings, develop platform for growth USA, Baltimore MD as Pilot + Delaware, New York & Minnesota Proven concept, well defined and scalable model, global community of committed partners
© Specialist People Foundation All rights reserved. 12 Planning model
© Specialist People Foundation All rights reserved. 13 Thorkil Sonne Ashoka Globalizer Fellow Founder Specialisterne Specialist People Foundation Mobile: Together we can change the World Questions?
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