Shortening the innovation cycle in local public services

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Successful innovation in one part of the public sector that ought to spread rapidly to other parts. After all, there’s no competition to worry about and lots of what is done is replicated all over the place. But of course, it doesn’t work like that in real life. There are many barriers, including procurement processes, cultures, hierarchies and above all, the business-as-usual, analogue thinking and practice still prevails in too many places. Continue reading “Shortening the innovation cycle in local public services”

Shortening the innovation cycle in local public services