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.
- Motivating people: flat structure vs command and control; how to train staff to be flexibly placed with the PS; do frontline staff need to be involved in developing ideas for innovation
- Use of Behavioural Insights: potential for randomised control trials in Tasmania; bring together data, intel and behaviours
- Having created the “perfect” culture and infrastructure for capturing ideas within an organisation, what might be the best approach to evaluating and prioritising the subsequent “flood”; implementing innovation programs
- Creating a physical innovation and creativity space in the office environment; best practice office space
- Best “vehicle” for using co-design principles to solve innovation problems (innovation lab?)
- How to flatten the hierarchy but maintain a chain of responsibility
- Building research into program design
- Keeping the GovCamp Innovation Dialogues conversation alive
- Digital literacy: missed opportunity to leverage gov digital services off NBN rollout
- Improving use of skills
See the live collective notes for Hobart below (or open in a new window).