Leading public sector innovation

Co-creating for a better society

By Christian Bason

Leading public sector innovation
  • Published:

    18 Jun 2018
  • Edition:

    2nd Edition
  • Page count:

    336 pages
  • ISBN:

    978-1447336242
  • Product Dimensions:

    148 x 216 mm
  • £23.99 £19.19You save £4.80 (20%)
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  • Published:

    18 Jun 2018
  • Edition:

    2nd Edition
  • Page count:

    336 pages
  • ISBN:

    978-1447336266
  • Product Dimensions:

    148 x 216 mm
  • £23.99 £19.19You save £4.80 (20%)
  • Published:

    18 Jun 2018
  • Edition:

    2nd Edition
  • Page count:

    336 pages
  • ISBN:

    978-1447336273
  • Product Dimensions:

    148 x 216 mm
  • £23.99 £19.19You save £4.80 (20%)
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The second edition of this significant text has been thoroughly revised to take account of the latest literature, case studies and international developments in the field. Drawing on global research and practical examples, Bason illustrates the key triggers and practices of public sector innovation.

Each chapter includes a refined ‘how to do it’ toolkit, and two new chapters have been added, one which discusses the rise of innovation labs in the public sector, and a practical chapter focused on change leadership, to complement the existing chapter on leadership roles.

The book will be a valuable resource for researchers and students in public administration, management and policy, as well as managers, project managers and staff in public sector organisations.

NEW FOREWORD BY NN (TBD)

Introduction

1. The Innovation Ecosystem

CONSCIOUSNESS

2. Mapping the Landscape

CAPACITY

3. Political Context

4. Strategy

5. Organising for Innovation

6. The rise of labs: Giving innovation a home [NEW CHAPTER]

7. People and Culture

CO-CREATION

8. Design Thinking in Government

9. Citizen Involvement

10. Orchestrating Co-creation

11. Measuring to Learn

COURAGE

12. Four Leadership Roles

13. Leading co-creation [NEW CHAPTER]

“Public sector innovation is imperative in order to generate new ideas that contribute to solve the challenges facing developed states around the world, and create value for society as a whole. This book gives policymakers and practitioners the valuable skillset required in order to attain success in the field.” Sophie Løhde, Minister for Public Sector Innovation, Denmark

"The relationship between state and citizens is at the very heart oga governing system. This book will help the reader gain a broad view of public innovation and of the role of citizens for a better future." Jocelyne Bourgon, Author & President, Public governance international Canada

"Christian Bason has consistently been on the cutting edge of thinking about how public services can keep ahead of the pressures of change. This book is very timely, drawing on examples from around the world and showing how public services can work with citizens to create better and more cost effective solutions to their needs." Geoff Mulgan, Chief Executive, Nesta, UK

About the book

The second edition of this significant text has been thoroughly revised to take account of the latest literature, case studies and international developments in the field. Drawing on global research and practical examples, Bason illustrates the key triggers and practices of public sector innovation.

Each chapter includes a refined ‘how to do it’ toolkit, and two new chapters have been added, one which discusses the rise of innovation labs in the public sector, and a practical chapter focused on change leadership, to complement the existing chapter on leadership roles.

The book will be a valuable resource for researchers and students in public administration, management and policy, as well as managers, project managers and staff in public sector organisations.

Content

NEW FOREWORD BY NN (TBD)

Introduction

1. The Innovation Ecosystem

CONSCIOUSNESS

2. Mapping the Landscape

CAPACITY

3. Political Context

4. Strategy

5. Organising for Innovation

6. The rise of labs: Giving innovation a home [NEW CHAPTER]

7. People and Culture

CO-CREATION

8. Design Thinking in Government

9. Citizen Involvement

10. Orchestrating Co-creation

11. Measuring to Learn

COURAGE

12. Four Leadership Roles

13. Leading co-creation [NEW CHAPTER]

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