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How can we build a public sector innovation system? with Christian Bason:
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Government and the public sector are key players in shaping and providing social services and decision making on behalf of citizens. But how can we make a public sector that is innovative and responsive to the needs of its citizens?
- What is innovation in the public sector, and how do we create a common language about it?
- What does it mean to build the capacity for future innovation, across political context, strategy, organisation, digitisation and culture?
- How can we orchestrate the individual elements of a co-creation process, including rich citizen involvement and collaboration across the silos of government?
- What are the four key leadership roles in driving innovation in government?
About Christian Bason: Christian Bason is the Director of MindLab, a cross-ministerial innovation unit in Denmark. He was formerly responsible for the public organisation and management practice of Ramboll, an international consultancy. As an experienced presenter and facilitator, he has served as advisor to numerous public institutions around the world. He is also a university lecturer and is the author of four books on citizen involvement, leadership and innovation in the public sector. His latest book, “Leading public sector innovation: Co-creating for a better society” (Policy Press) is out in October 2010.