Earlier this month I participated in a fascinating panel discussion at the Institute for Government (IfG) on the topic of using experiments to inform policy.
When Oslo's transport authorities wanted to design and implement a new transport system for Ruter, they knew that providing useful, legible information would be as critical as the lines themselves.
There's no easy way of saying this. This is a blog post about government procurement and how it can encourage innovation.
It was great to see the Neighbourhood Challenge projects taking part in the Manchester workshop we held last week.
There’s a lot of social innovation going on. All over the world, citizens, governments, communities, NGOs are experimenting with new ways of responding to social issues.
Wouldn’t it be good if our public and social organisations were in the habit of prototyping?
NESTA is abuzz with activity this morning because the Neighbourhood Challenge projects are being announced today!
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