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Social innovation lab for data-driven public governance

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Frame of Image nts Testing assumptions and exploring radically different possibilities Developing continuous learning loops to quickly change course Building up internal capabilities as part of a diversified innovation portfolio
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Guiding assumptions:
1. There is no comprehensive understanding of practices and governance needed for uncertain futures – futures and foresight studies need to translate to actions. Technology is fundamentally shaping society as well as possibilities for solutions, although it is not the only thing deserving of our focus. Traditional approaches and techniques for policy-making are not enough in an environment of complexity and fast-paced change influenced by a variety of stakeholders, often outside of the public sector.
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4. Governments now are having trouble with even articulating the right questions—involving potential value shifts under deep uncertainty—let alone exerting appropriate oversight or actively participating as ecosystem shapers … but some are ambitious enough to lead the way.
Source: OECD OPSI (2020)
Innovation Ecosystem
Innovation Ecosystem
National innovation systems: Every part and aspect in the structure of economy and institutional setup, which affect learning, searching, and exploring. Learning takes place in
subsystems which consist of the production system, the marketing system and finance system (Lundval, 1992).
An innovation ecosystem is the evolving set of actors, activities, and artifacts, and the institutions and relation


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Title Social innovation lab for data-driven public governance
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Material Type Proceeding
Author(English)

Lee, Taejun

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KDI School; World Bank DIME

Date 2020-10
Event KDI school - World bank DIME conference on impact evaluation in governance and finance
Series Title; No KDI School-World Bank DIME Conference on Impact Evaluation in Governance and Finance
Pages 66
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Finland(Europe)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Territorial Development < Environment
Government and Law < Governance
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management
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