This tool is a ‘thinking exercise’ – a structured brainstorming process, designed to be used by an individual or group – perhaps engaging a range of actors. Users will consider the potential of an initiative (such as a project, policy or programme) to become a TIP experiment that contributes to the transformation of a socio-technical system dominant regime.
Bernal Hernandez, P., Ghosh, B., Shaw, V., Zinkstock, E. (2022) Tool: Articulating an initiative as a TIP experiment. Available at https://tipresourcelab.net/resource/tool-articulating-an-initiative-as-a-tip-experiment/
Important: Duplicating the tool
This resource is a Master version of the tool. To use it, you will need to duplicate it to your own Miro account.
How to duplicate the Board
- First, make sure you have your own Miro account. Researchers may be able to access a free educational plan for staff at educational institutions
- Click on the ‘download’ link to access the Lab master board
- Then click on the title
- Click ‘duplicate’ – this will open another board with ‘Copy’ in the title
- Rename the tool and save the URL
You will need to complete this process for each board. If you are using a tool with multiple groups, you can either: (a) create a different board for each group or (b) copy the tool multiple times on the same board. We recommend (b) to avoid confusion over board links.
If you are new to Miro, there is a short intro here.
If you accidentally change the Resource Lab Master, don’t worry! – please leave a message in the feedback section below and the Lab team will be able to update it.