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Innovation in Government: Steps, leaps and bounds has ended
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Tuesday, November 20 • 11:40am - 12:40pm
Innovation: Moving from sporadic to systemic

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Governments are increasingly expected to match, and even anticipate, the changes happening in the lives of their citizens. New options must be developed and assessed on a continual, consistent and reliable basis in order to be ready for both expected and unexpected challenges. However, although innovation has always occurred in the public sector, it has often been a somewhat reactive, opportunistic or serendipitous process. Innovation efforts have frequently been piecemeal attempts which have generally succeeded in delivering isolated projects and building dispersed and/or disconnected pockets of capability. If citizen and political expectations of the public sector are to be meaningfully addressed, this must change.

In this launch of the first ever OECD Review of a public sector innovation system – of the Public Service of Canada – speakers will share their perspectives on taking a systemic approach to innovation in government. The review, which provided an important contribution to the development of the innovation facets model, outlines some of the key levers that governments can pull in order to develop a more deliberate public sector innovation system



Speakers
avatar for Marco Daglio

Marco Daglio

Head of the Observatory of Public Sector Innovation, OECD
I am heading the OECD Observatory of Public Sector Innovation, a flagship initiative of the OECD to support and advice governments in making the most of innovative approaches to transform their public sectors. Previously, I was Head of Unit within the OECD Public Sector Reform Division... Read More →
avatar for Rodney Ghali

Rodney Ghali

Assistant Secretary, Privy Council Office - Government of Canada
avatar for Liz McKeown

Liz McKeown

Director, Public Policy Analysis, Office for National Statistics
Liz McKeown is the Director, Public Policy Analysis at the Office for National Statistics; leading the delivery of the Office's social statistics and responsible for maximizing the impact of its public policy analysis. This includes population, life events and migration, crime, well-being... Read More →
avatar for Sofia Norberg

Sofia Norberg

Programme Manager, Vinnova, Sweden's Innovation Agency
Working at Vinnova, Sweden's Innovation Agency. I am responsible for Vinnova's collaboration agreement with the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SKL). I want to find models that allows a quicker spread and adoption of innovations in the public sector.
avatar for Robert Watt

Robert Watt

Secretary General, Department of Public Expenditure and Reform
Robert Watt is Secretary General of the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform in Ireland. The Department has responsibility for public expenditure policy, capital spending and overall management and reform of the Irish public service. With the Department of Finance it manages... Read More →


Tuesday November 20, 2018 11:40am - 12:40pm
Auditorium 20 Avenue de Ségur, 75007 Paris, France

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