Tag: government innovation

Trust and Transparency: Twin Keys to Engaging Citizens in Government Innovation Initiatives

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Governments need the trust of their stakeholders to function. Such trust is built through transparency, in every sense. Both trust and transparency become especially important when pursuing an innovation strategy at the government level. The Transparency/Trust Loop Transparency is fundamental to any government simply because good government represents all citizens and is funded in various … Continued

3 Keys for Breakthrough Innovation in Government

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Innovation in government is often incremental, with multiple smaller steps adding up to larger ones over time. Yet breakthrough innovation is highly possible in government; it just needs the right resources to happen. Here are the three steps to take to see a dramatic change in government innovation efforts. Find The Right Regulatory Environment Some … Continued

Announcing the 2016 Innovation Management Award Winners

Having received some fantastic entries, we have officially chosen and are extremely pleased to share our winners for the 2016 Innovation Management Awards. And because we got so many great submissions, for the first time ever, we have also selected runner ups for each category! City of Calgary—Best Engagement Strategy The City of Calgary is … Continued