Leading Innovation in Government: Practical Advice for Leaders at Any Level


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With the budget crunch confronting nearly every agency, federal employees are once again being asked to do more with less. Leaders offer continuous improvement and innovation as the answer, but where do you start? How do you generate good ideas? How do you take those good ideas all the way to implementation? Join us for a moderated, interactive panel discussion among leaders building their agencies’ innovation agendas.

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Leading Innovation in Government: Practical Advice for Leaders at Any Level

  1. 1. Innovation in Government
  2. 2. Partnership for Public Service The Partnership for Public Service works to revitalize ourfederal government by inspiring a new generation to serve and by transforming the way government works. Inspire and Hire Mission-Critical Talent Develop Leaders Engage Employees Modernize Management Systems Building Networks
  3. 3. Center for Government Leadership Preparing federal leaders to solve national challenges by driving innovation, inspiring employees and delivering results Excellence inAnnenberg Government Leading CustomLeadership Fellows EDGE Programs Seminars Program Alumni Network
  4. 4. Key Questions What is innovation? What are the essential elements to innovation in government? What does innovation look like in government? How do I use innovation to solve my problems?
  5. 5. What does innovation mean to you?
  6. 6. What does innovation mean to you?
  7. 7. What does innovation mean to you?
  8. 8. The Study of Innovation
  9. 9. Cases of Government Innovation
  10. 10. Innovation
  11. 11. Innovation
  12. 12. Essential Elements
  13. 13. Defining Innovation in Government
  14. 14. Essential Elements for Innovation Process Leaders & Tools & People Methods
  15. 15. Service to America MedalsCelebrating excellence in our federal civil service
  16. 16. Nine Attributes of Innovation Leaders
  17. 17. Case Example: Admiral Thad Allen
  18. 18. Case Example: Al League
  19. 19. Case Example: Nicole Nelson-Jean
  20. 20. Panel: The Innovators Matt Collier • Senior Advisor to the Director, Office of Personnel Management Jonah Czerwinski • Director, VA Innovation Initiative, Department of Veterans Affairs Robert Page • Organizational Development Specialist, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
  21. 21. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Innovation Drivers at CMS• Affordable Care Act • CMS Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation • to test innovative payment and delivery models• HHSinnovates Program• CMS Improvement Program• CMS Idea Factory
  22. 22. innovations.cms.gov
  23. 23. Discuss a specificchallenge and potential innovative solutions.
  24. 24. Stump The Innovators Pose your challenge / solution to the innovators • Matt Collier, Office of Personnel Management • Jonah Czerwinski, Department of Veterans Affairs • Robert Page, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
  25. 25. Resources
  26. 26. Resources – Articles/Blogs/Web sites Harvard Business Review (http://m.hbr.org) NY Times Corner Office (http://projects.nytimes.com/corner-office) Washington Post Federal Coach (http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/ask-the- fedcoach) Service to America Medals (Sammies) (http: //servicetoamericamedals.org)
  27. 27. Resources – TED Talks Watch TED Talks (http:/www.ted.com) • Tim Brown – Creativity & Play • Seth Godin – Leading Tribes • Steven Johnson – Where Do Good Ideas Come From? • Alexis Ohanian – How to Make a Splash in Social Media • Derek Sivers – Starting a Movement
  28. 28. Ideas for Action – Books The Art of Innovation Tom Kelley Little Bets Peter Sims Made to Stick and Switch Chip & Dan Heath Leading Outside the Lines Jon Katzenbach & Zia Khan
  29. 29. ourpublicservice.org