The following tabs contain 1) Conversation cafe visualised feedback about triggers, types and value of public sector innovation, and 2) themes and topics proposed in the 3 GovCamp sessions: people, spaces, conversations.
Red = as it, yellow = should be, brown = both
- How do we enable movement of people across state and fed govt (+local) to share skills etc (to innovate and learn)? – exchanging staff between different spheres of gov (only internal appointments)? – barrier is pay scales matching, how can this be solved?
- How do we get gov agencies to value older workers who want to work until their retirement age of 65-70?
- How can we encourage younger voices to air their views?
- Peer support & review, network ‘directory’, safe space
- How do we motivate people to want to innovate in a culture of short-term contracts for workers, compared with job security in senior/executive roles?
- What platforms exist across the PS for registration and capturing of ideas?
- How do we help community feel responsible for outcomes, thus driving political change?
- How do we create a culture where innovation becomes the norm?
- The Northern Economic Plan
- The psychology of environments – creating physical spaces that are engaging for engagement
- How do we innovate in a culture that actively stops innovation?
- How is IP managed in the innovation space and does it prevent sharing and wider use?
- How do we balance being an open government whilst catering for the security of information?
- Engaging with people’s values to start conversations – how we communicate
- If we learn more from failure, how do we get to a place where we can talk about more than just success?
- What can the Public Service do to support innovative sectors like social enterprise?