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OECD Global Network of Schools of GovernmentPromoting Public Sector Innovation: The Role of Schools of Government13-14 Nov...
Promoting Public Sector Innovation: Role of Schools of Government 
OECD Network of Schools of Government 
13-14 November 2...
Preliminary Agenda 
DAY 1 – 13 November 2014 
9:00 – 9:30 Session 1: Opening remarks • Professor Giovanni Tria, Director, ...
- What are the lessons learned from the dialogue with innovation practitioners and their impact on the role and activities...
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The role of Schools of Government in Promoting Public Sector Innovation - Agenda

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Meeting discussing the role that Schools of Government can play in promoting public sector innovation. This meeting is part of the OECD conference on Innovating the Public Sector. For more information see www.oecd.org/gov/global-network-schools-of-government.htm

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The role of Schools of Government in Promoting Public Sector Innovation - Agenda

  1. 1. OECD Global Network of Schools of GovernmentPromoting Public Sector Innovation: The Role of Schools of Government13-14 November 2014, OECD, ParisAGENDA
  2. 2. Promoting Public Sector Innovation: Role of Schools of Government OECD Network of Schools of Government 13-14 November 2014, OECD Headquarters, Paris This meeting will aim to discuss the role of the Schools of Government in promoting public sector innovation and in developing the necessary skills and capabilities across the government to move from innovative ideas to impact. Topics for discussion would include: • What are the approaches to promoting public service innovation by the schools?:  Which skills and capabilities of public servants are needed to develop and implement innovative ideas? What are the key challenges in this regard?  What role do the schools play in promoting innovation (e.g., training courses, tools, other activities)? What are the most effective methods to build a lasting capability in the public service in this area?  Can schools play a role in incubating innovative ideas? How? • How can OECD support countries in strengthening capabilities for advancing innovation? The meeting will also provide an opportunity to: • Discuss preliminary results of the 2014 OECD survey on Schools of Government; and • Showcase a new OECD online platform to promote seamless exchange of information between the OECD and the Schools of government. It will bring together representatives of national schools of government, international, regional and national associations of schools of public administration, OECD secretariat, and other stakeholders. For more information, please visit www.oecd.org/gov/global-network-schools-of-government.htm. This event will take place back to back with the OECD conference Innovating the Public Sector: from Ideas to Impact and the 50th session of the Public Governance Committee. For more information, please visit www.oecd.org/innovating-the-public-sector/.
  3. 3. Preliminary Agenda DAY 1 – 13 November 2014 9:00 – 9:30 Session 1: Opening remarks • Professor Giovanni Tria, Director, National School of Administration, Italy, Chair, OECD Network of Schools of Government • Mr Rolf Alter, Director, Public Governance and Territorial Development Directorate, OECD Note: Following the opening remarks, the participants will be invited to proceed to the OECD Conference “Innovating the Public Sector: From Ideas to Impact.” For more information, please visit www.oecd.org/innovating-the-public-sector/. Please note that this conference will take place on 12-13 November. DAY 2 – 14 November 2014 9:00-11:45 Session 2: Role of schools of government in building public sector innovation capability (a coffee break is included at 10:30) This session will aim to reflect on lessons learned from the dialogue with innovation practitioners during the OECD conference on “Innovating the Public Sector: From Ideas to Impact”, taking place on 12-13 November, and explore the role of the schools of government in building public sector innovation capabilities. It will facilitate the exchange of practices in building the necessary capacities in the public sector in this area, drawing on good practices and lessons learned among participants. Moderator: Prof. Giovanni Tria, Director, National School of Public Administration, Italy Lead discussants - Mr Carlos Almada, Vice-President, National Institute of Public Administration (INAP), Mexico - Dr Hwan-Seong Lee, Director, Office of Strategic Planning and Ms Eun-Jong Lee, Researcher, Department of Government Co-ordination, Korea Institute of Public Administration (KIPA) - Prof. Geert Bouckaert, President of the International Institute of Administrative Sciences (IIAS), Public Management Institute (Faculty of Social Sciences) of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium - Ms Louise Ann Beehag, Executive Director and Head of Executive Education, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore - Ms Carmen Gonzalez Serrano, Deputy Head of Department, International Relations Department, INAP, Spain All participants will be invited to reflect on the following questions (tour de table):
  4. 4. - What are the lessons learned from the dialogue with innovation practitioners and their impact on the role and activities of schools of government? - What are the capabilities needed for individual public servants and organisations to promote and implement innovative ideas? Can these capabilities be taught or developed? - What role do the schools of government play? What are the successful country examples? What are the challenges and barriers? - How can the schools implement some of the ideas discussed at the OECD innovation conference? - What can OECD do to support schools in this area? 11.45-12.30 Session 3: OECD Global Network of Schools of Government: progress update • Preliminary results of the 2014 OECD survey on Schools of Government • Presentation of an online platform to enable exchange of information among schools and the OECD 12.30 – 13.00 Session 4: Closing remarks and next steps • Professor Giovanni Tria, Director, National School of Administration, Italy • Mr. Rolf Alter, Director, Public Governance and Territorial Development , OECD

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