The States of Change learning programmes build on our extensive experience of designing and delivering innovation learning initiatives and training programmes in the public sector.
They focus on the key components that help to build innovation capacity and create culture change over time. Every programme has a bias towards action, meaning participants work on real-life projects throughout and focus not only on innovation methods, but also on the behaviours and cultures that enable innovation in government – what we call innovation craft.
We have a core foundational programme that runs for 6-9 months, and we work with our government partners to tailor the experience to their own context and needs. Because of Covid-19 we are exploring ways to do this online.
Read more about our previous programmes in Australia, New Zealand and Canada below.
We welcomed teams from Scotland, Wales and Ofcom to the programme.
Working on real projects over an extended period helped public servants take action and develop an innovation mindset.
We look back at our nine-month journey working with the Government of Canada Entrepreneurs.
A reflection on the latest training week from our public innovation learning programme.
Teams practiced the inherently messy design process on our latest Aus and NZ learning programme.
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