Bush Foundation Community Innovation

The Bush Prize for Community Innovation is an annual award that honors and supports innovative organizations with a track record of making great ideas happen. Reports provide information to support community innovation, including a review of Bush Prize winners and the elements that helped them pursue community innovation.

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Characteristics of Community Innovation - Characteristics and Leadership Values that Promote a Culture of InnovationEvaluationOctober 2017Ryan Evan, Emma Connell, Nicole MartinRogers, Brian Pittman
Characteristics of Community Innovation - A Review of the 2013 and 2014 Bush Prize WinnersEvaluationFebruary 2016Ryan Evans, Emma Connell, Nicole MartinRogers, Brian Pittman
Community Innovation Tools and ResourcesOtherMay 2015Brian Pittman, Ryan Evans

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