How can public sector work more systematically to be better at leading innovation?

Vinnova, Mäster Samuelsgatan 56, Stockholm Fri 4 Oct 2019 at 09:00-10:30

Welcome to a seminar that takes lessons from municipalities' ongoing work on innovation projects, but also methodology that can be used as support for developing the ability to lead innovation.

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How can the public sector work more systematically to be better at leading innovation? And what challenges are there to succeed in this work? Inom Vinnova has launched a number of programme to test a need-driven innovation management support in various types of innovation projects. Within one of the pilots, in the program Ideas locks in municipalities, Vinnova finances an innovation management support run by Governo, RISE and Wexxa. The goal is to strengthen the strategic, tactical and operational ability to lead and organize innovation at all levels (from top management to employees) in a municipal system through a systematic approach.

At the seminar, we discuss concrete lessons from municipalities' ongoing work on innovation projects, but also methodology that can be used as support for developing innovation management capacity.

The seminar is aimed at both management and employees in the public sector, business, academia or others who are interested in strengthening the innovation capacity in the public sector.

Are you interested in participating?

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Questions?

Marianne Löfgren

Communicator

+46 8 473 32 29

Vinnova's efforts to strengthen the innovation power in the public sector

<p>The public sector is facing major changes and has a key role to play in tomorrow's societal challenges. That is why Vinnova is conducting a strategy work to sharpen our support.</p>

Last updated 12 September 2019

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