Takeaways on evidence and policy from a recent event in the Netherlands.
Our strategy has five main pillars: increase our policy impact, raise our profile, diversify our income, improve management and deliver benefits for our partners.
Maya Singer-Hobbs, a PhD secondee with the Open Innovation Team, reflects on her work with the Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation.
The Open Innovation Team (OIT) is a great example of disruptive innovation in government. This blog outlines how Lancaster University academics evaluated our impact.
I recently decided to do something a little drastic. After eight years in academia, I joined the Cabinet Office in January for a three month placement working as a Policy Advisor in the Open Innovation Team. It’s been a whirlwind …
I set-up the Open Innovation Team. I pitched the idea to Jeremy Heywood, refined it with colleagues, persuaded some top universities to fund us and quit my job at Treasury to run the pilot. I recently discovered that this kind …
In 1681, an anonymous English commentator lamented that all innovations in government are dangerous. Today, we cannot get enough innovations in and by governments. Most have innovation strategies that target technological advances as well as social and policy innovations. Innovations …
Graeme Currie, Professor of Public Management at Warwick University presents some highlights from a workshop for government innovation.
Katy Mason, Professor of Markets, Marketing and Management at Lancaster University writes about public sector innovation.