The industry is expected to intensify its distinction and personify its existence through value-based intermediation or VBI. Built upon the pillars of entrepreneurship, community empowerment and self-governance, VBI promotes innovation, efficiency and transparency in a substantive ecosystem.
For example, BNM's recent strategy paper on VBI suggest the following potential indicators for impact assessment on entrepreneurial mindset:
She characterized VBIs
as an example of what is often referred to in TED Talks as "disruptive innovation." VBIs
are intended to extend the reach of youth mental health services by offering interventions that are brief, affordable, accessible, and scalable.
Not only does this study demonstrate a strategy for teaching a very socially valid target, but it also illustrates that when we categorize our VM interventions using a functional rather than topographical approach, we may actually discover new tools for VBIs. Finally, Charlop, Dennis, Carpenter, and Greenberg demonstrate the effects of video modeling for teaching the most complex multi-component social behavior studied to date.
In conclusion, the articles in this special issue illustrate important themes of current research on VBI. First, we must continue to push forward into new curricular areas where VBIs offer potential advantages with respect to either convenience or effectiveness over other types of interventions.
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