Government Beyond Recovery: Learning from the crisis to create a future adaptive public sector
About a year ago, on November 17, 2020, the Ministry of Interior organized the conference on "Innovation and Crisis Management". The conference was organized within the framework of the international initiative of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development "Government After Shock" in order to review the challenges of the crisis and how they are managed by the public administration. The crisis, a year ago, had changed many of our approaches and focused on managing the challenges through innovation. Three key questions were then asked:
- What should we keep?
- What should we leave behind?
- What should we do differently?
At the conference of the Ministry of Interior, more than 400 participants attended the planning of the Greek public administration in critical areas. More than 6,000 people from around the world attended the Government After Shock OECD conference on November 18, 2020, to learn how the crisis can be a guide to building better public services.
The issues that emerged were:
- In times of crisis, the public sector can be efficient and work out of the ordinary,
- Digital transformation and data have a positive impact when
Innovation Laboratories “Co-design of Public Organizations’ Innovation Model” by Ministry of Interior 0 (0)
Public Sector Innovation Laboratory “Innovation GOV.LAB”
1st Round of Innovation Workshops July 2021
Conclusions from the workshops on "Co-design of Public Organizations' Innovation Model"
On 13, 19 and 27 July 2021, 48 executives from the Greek public administration, members of the National Public Sector Innovation Network, from 43 public organizations, participated in the action of the public sector innovation laboratory of the Ministry of Interior, "Innovation GOV.LAB" objecting to the co-shaping of the Innovation Development Model.
The action completed the first round of innovation workshops on the Innovation Model and was implemented online using interactive tools with the participation of innovation network executives in three groups.
The result of the workshops strengthens the process of planning actions to support innovation by the Ministry of Interior, as the Innovation Development Model will be a toolkit for innovation policy design.
Public Administration Innovation Development Model - a new toolkit for enhancing the innovation capacity of public organizations
Innovation is today one of the most widespread concepts for the adaptation and improvement of organizations in an environment that is constantly changing and constantly creating challenges and opportunities.
The Innovation Model, which is designed and developed by the Innovation and Best Practices Department