IDC PeerScape: Practices to Create Government Innovation Centres in Canada

IDC PeerScape: Practices to Create Government Innovation Centres in Canada

This IDC study explores best practices in creating government innovation centres in Canada."Innovation centres are proving themselves by getting government closer to users and citizens, providing space to create around the status quo and perhaps, most importantly, leading to a new culture in the public sector." — Mark Schrutt, strategic advisor, Public Sector and innovation research


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Practice 1: Dedicate Space for Open and Collaborative Innovation
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Practice 2: Regularly Hold Interactive Innovation Events
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Practice 3: Get Out of the Office
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Practice 4: Work with Procurement to Facilitate Innovation
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Practice 5: Promote and Advocate on Your Own Behalf
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