A Guide for Innovative Public Servants

The IBM Center for the Business of Government has just published my report The Persistence of Innovation in Government: A Guide for Innovative Public Servants. In it, I discuss both shifts and continuities in public sector innovation over the last two decades, using applications to the Harvard Kennedy School’s innovation awards as well as sources from other countries. The report presents my major findings as well as implications for practitioners and researchers.

Here is a link to its page on the IBM Center website: http://www.businessofgovernment.org/report/persistence-innovation-government-guide-innovative-public-servants. Links on the top left corner of the page enable you to download the report in its entirety or order free hard copies.

The report itself is based on my book, The Persistence of Innovation in Government, which will be published next month by Brookings. I will post about the book when it becomes available.



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