GIA Singapore - Developing capacities (Bason)

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GIA Singapore - Developing capacities (Bason)

  1. 1. Building innovationcapacity & leadershipChristian Bason, Director, MindLab
  2. 2. Framework Systematic innovationThe innovation pyramid Building capacity at all levelsLeadership Courage to drive innovation
  3. 3. Shifts in innovation approachesFrom random innovation to a conscious andsystematic approach to public sector renewalFrom managing human resources to buildinginnovation capacity at all levels of governmentFrom running tasks and projects to orchestrating processesof co-creation creating new solutions with people, not for co-creation,themFrom administrating public organisations to courageouslyleading innovation across and beyond the public sector.
  4. 4. The innovation eco-system COURAGE (TO LEAD) CONSCIOUSNESS CO-CREATION (CREATING A NEW LANGUAGE) (ORCHESTRATING THE PROCESS) CAPACITY (POWER TO INNOVATE)
  5. 5. Capacity: The innovation pyramid Context Strategy Organisation & technology People & culture
  6. 6. Managing political context Politically governed organisation Market- Market-based organisationInstitutional contextOrganisation Objectives
  7. 7. Strategy: The innovation cycle Strategic objectives Innovation efforts Outcomes Funding
  8. 8. People: Competencies for innovation Public administration Law Economics Political science ...Social research Design thinking Anthropology Co- Co-creating Design Ethnology Architecture Sociology Communication Psychology ... ... Profession Medicine Nursing Pedagogics Social work Engineering Technology ...
  9. 9. What is courage?“Courage comes from the willingness to ‘die,’to go forth into an unknown territory thatbegins to manifest only after you dare to stepinto that void. That is the essence ofleadership.” C. Otto Scharmer, MIT

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