In June 2015, public service and thought leaders came together at Harvard University to explore how to drive government innovation from invention to impact. The 2015 Public Sector for the Future Summit showcased examples of innovation at work in public service: Building an agile workforce at the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Embracing evidence-based government in Idaho and Washington. And identifying ways to use the sharing economy to increase government innovation.
In its full-length white paper, Leadership for a Networked World has distilled the key findings of this year’s summit. Explore the paper for inspirational examples and important insights that every public service leader can apply within their organization.