Find out about the public innovation learning programmes that we run.
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.
Our core foundational programme runs for 9-12 months, and we work with our government partners to tailor the experience to their own context and needs.
Read more about our current programmes with the Victorian State Government (Australia) and the Government of Canada below, or get in touch for more information.
We're partnering with the Victorian State Government in Australia and the Privy Council in Canada’s federal government to run our 9-12 month programme, which focuses on building innovation capacity by working on real projects and creating culture change.
Looking back at the first week working with the Victorian civil servants in our learning programme.
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