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.
- Issues of power and control
- How do we enable more people to participate – move away from male, pale and stale?
- Navigating the changing lines of influence and power (within larger organisations in particular) and how when they change, priorities for delivery change
- How to change public expectations about doing what we can with limited resources?
- How do deal with change fatigue in staff?
- How might we encourage greater skill sharing internally and amongst government organisations?
- How to create spaces in a workplace to let/force people to think “out of the box”?
- How do you create space to think when everyone is so “busy”?
- Where does government succeed currently in utilising start-up mindsets? How can it do this more effectively?
- What are different government departments doing about innovating in the Learning & Development space?
- Role of technology in innovation as a trigger or enabler – too often I hear “result =new system implemented”
- What does it mean to be a sharing city: sharing skills, time and infrastructure, exchanging surplus assets and focusing on access over ownership?
- How can different levels of govt and non-gov collaborate on program delivery to improve outcomes for their customers?
- GovHack & open data: connecting govt data custodians & policymakers with technologists and the community
- Co-Designing and experimenting – role of government as a knowledge broker
See the live collective notes for Melbourne below (or open in a new window).