A summary report of the Government Beyond Recovery conference, which brought together over 2000 participants to reflect on the importance of innovation, co-creation, agile regulation and inclusion as the world emerges from a period of crisis and prepares for the complex challenges ahead.
Publication Category: European Commission Collaboration
Anticipatory innovation explores and engages with emergent issues that might shape future priorities and future commitments. This report contains a summary of research and insights from practice on anticipatory innovation.
Adaptive innovation tests and tries new approaches in order to respond to a changing operating environment. This report contains a summary of research and insights from practice on adaptive innovation.
Enhancement-oriented innovation upgrades practices, achieves efficiencies and better results, and builds on existing structures. This report contains a summary of research and insights from practice on enhancement-oriented innovation.
Mission-oriented innovation establishes a clear outcome and an overarching objective for achieving a specific mission. This report contains a summary of research and insights from practice on mission-oriented innovation.
Innovation portfolio management is an emerging topic in the public sector that serves to systematically steer different types of innovation within organisations as well as in wider ecosystems. This report contains a summary of research and insights from practice on innovation portfolios.
A summary report of the Government After Shock conference, which presented an opportunity for collective learning, thinking critically about the implications of the COVID-19 crisis and exploring how to steer government and society toward preferred futures rather than reverting to the status-quo.
The Public Sector Innovation Lifecycle: A device to assist teams and organisations in developing a…
This working paper seeks to contribute to the understanding of the public sector innovation process It argues that organisations need to take a multifaceted portfolio approach, combined with a more deliberate recognition of other actors in their ecosystem. It finishes by examining how the innovation lifecycle plays out in practice, and suggests criteria to guide organisations and teams in selecting tools and methods to support them along the different stages of the innovation lifecycle.
Measuring Public Sector Innovation: Why, when, how, for whom and where to? (Innovation Lifecycle…
The OECD and the European Commission supported a series of studies to better understand the innovation process. This paper focuses on measuring public sector innovation, arguing that while measurement and evaluation should be mutually reinforcing, they should not be seen as interchangeable entities.
Evaluating Public Sector Innovation: Support or hindrance to innovation? (Innovation Lifecycle 5a/6)
This report explores how governments are upskilling and investing in people in innovative ways. The report is part of the 2020 Trends Report series, an annual trends report developed by the OECD-OPSI and the UAE’s Mohammed Bin Rashid Centre for Government Innovation (MBRCGI).