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Recent posts from our blogs

Summer break

27 July | Public Sector Innovation

With guest bloggers on their summer holidays and the Oympics about to begin - good luck Team GB!! – we’re taking a break for a few weeks.  We’ll be back in September – in the mean time, if you have any feedback or … Continue reading

If you want to Innovate then you need to Communicate – Externally

29 June | Public Sector Innovation

 Image: Eskimo meeples by msaari – used uner CC license Sharing of ideas and thoughts outside of the office has really helped us see how others are pushing forward with their Innovation strategies.  It can often be very comforting to … Continue reading

If you want to Innovate then you need to Communicate – Internally

27 June | Public Sector Innovation

  Today I will share a couple of thoughts on things you can do to encourage people to communicate effectively or gain a better understanding of what Innovation means. Culture It is important than employees understand that any project to … Continue reading

If you want to Innovate then you need to Communicate

25 June | Public Sector Innovation

I always find it interesting when someone tells me that “we need to Innovate” like it is something new.  In truth Innovation has been occurring for a long time. What has changed through this time is the approach we take … Continue reading

Three common myths – Myth 3. Innovation must be conducted in-house

22 June | Public Sector Innovation

  Innovation MK 11 by Vermin Inc used under Creative Commons licence   It is often an automatic assumption that innovation must in some way be generated from within the public sector. However, the speed and agility with which organisations … Continue reading