Opening up policy making / Christian Bason

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Opening up policy making / Christian Bason

  1. 1. Opening up policy making
  2. 2. The challenge “Too often policy advice draws from too narrow a range of views and evidence, and does not ensure that policy is capable of practical implementation.”
  3. 3. Some questions Are we sophisticated enough in choosing the right tools for addressing complex public problems? Are we truly engaging, in time, those actors who have crucial knowledge and who must take co-ownership for policy execution and ultimately for generating the intended outcomes?
  4. 4. The way forward: Principles
  5. 5. About
  6. 6. Public sector innovation “MindLab will strengthen the outcomes of public policies through systematic insight into the perspective of citizens and businesses, and active involvement of the stakeholders who can turn new ideas into practice.”
  7. 7. Can you open up an (informal) Council of Ministers meeting?
  8. 8. Open policy making needs equal parts curation and orchestration.
  9. 9. Open policy making: Methods (1)
  10. 10. Open policy making: Methods (2)
  11. 11. Some failures and some lessons
  12. 12. Opening up policy making… • • • • • •
  13. 13. Towards a new policy paradigm? Current policy model Open policy making (Intelligence-design-choice) (Design-intelligence-choice) Resisting complexity Embracing complexity Problem-oriented Vision-oriented System focus Citizen focus Unilateral action Shaping new alliances Facilitation Stewardship Strategy emphasis Impact emphasis
  14. 14. Ultimately, open policy making is enabled by an ambitious senior management that practices what it preaches.
  15. 15. mind-lab.dk/en @christianbason

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