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The Public Innovator's Playbook: Nurturing Bold Ideas in Government
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Published 2009
Author William D. Eggers, Shalabh Kumar Singh, Stephen Goldsmith
Source Deloitte Research. Ash Institute for Democratic Governance and Innovation, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
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Governments around the world can address many of society's biggest challenges such as the current economic crisis by becoming better at innovating. "The public innovator's playbook" report, published by Deloitte Research in the U.S. with Harvard Kennedy School's Ash Institute for Democratic Governance and Innovation, describes how governments have the opportunity to help improve the economic environment, create jobs, and more efficiently manage costs.

According to the book, governments currently innovate. Moreover, some creative approaches in the private sector come from the public sector. However, few governments take an integrated view of the process or treat it as a discipline—which includes methodic processes, reward systems, and a mission linked to the process and organizational structure.

   

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