Achieving Innovation in Central Government Organisations: Detailed Research Findings
The Stationery Office, Jul 25, 2006 - Business & Economics - 50 pages
Innovation in government requires departments to take well managed risks and to develop new ideas where more traditional ways of working are not able to deliver real change. This is a companion volume to the main report (HCP 1447-I, ISBN 0102942331), prepared by the Public Policy Group of the London School of Economics on behalf of the National Audit Office, which assesses the progress to date in developing innovative solutions to improving government productivity and effectiveness. This volume contains detailed findings from the research relating to the following headings: why innovation is important; the main types innovations nominated by departments and agencies; costs and timescales of innovations; key influences on origins and development of innovations; the main barriers to change and the impact of innovations.
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