Innovative Lidköping

Reference number
Coordinator Lidköpings kommun - KOMMUNSTYRELSENS VERKSAMHETER
Funding from Vinnova SEK 400 000
Project duration November 2015 - August 2016
Status Completed
Venture Idéslussar i kommuner
Call Idéslussar

Purpose and goal

The outcome of the feasibility study is a coordinated process based on defined elements .The process shall help create renewal in the municipality´s service offerings and service production processes. The overall aim is to continue deliver quality services to customers and users despite changes in need, demand and economic conditions. The work has generated an active reflection about the characteristics of inclusive practices and how these processes are created. The feasibility study has also resulted in an in-depth understanding importance of the context and its characteristics

Expected results and effects

Elements and their relations have been designed based both on organizational conditions and through acquisition of external actor´s knowledge and experience. Education about the basic conditions of business renewal have been provided to a majority of municipal managers and process supporters. Employees / managers have been involved in the design of ´Idéslussen´. For example 15 employees, in intergroups, have tested the element ´idea generation´. Contacts with external actors has resulted in the intention of deepening cooperation in such areas as inclusive development.

Planned approach and implementation

The feasibility study has been carried out through an explorative, gradually approach. The approach has promoted learning. The thesis in the application has been examined and considered. The understanding of renewal and its conditions has advanced through the feasibility study. A possible disadvantage of the exploratory approach and how the feasibility project turned out is that the project dimension has been less obvious. Something that made all the planned operations were not carried out in the project period.

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Last updated 25 November 2019

Reference number 2015-04521

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