The purpose of this study is to examine factors that impede government innovation and explore implications to overcome these factors through examining the theoretical background of impeding factors of government innovation and an empirical study that compare cases of success and failure in conducting government innovation.
This study provides the following policy implications:
First, factors that impede government innovation exist in contents of innovation, organizational structure and process, organizational behavior and leadership, and organizational environment. Thus, government innovation needs holistic and multilateral efforts.
Second, government innovation will be likely to fail if we regard it as an internal problem of organization. Beyond the management aspect of an organization, successful innovation must be built on collaborative relations with its environment.
Third, the most important factor that impede innovation is the relationship of interest in an organization. Increasing recognition about the necessity of innovation and effective persuasion strategies explaining that innovation help all constituents for a long term need to be considered.
Fourth, another impeding factor is temporality, illiberalism, and demonstration of contents of innovation.
Fifth, an array of non-money incentives are very important factor that affect a success or failure of innovation.
혁신과제 추진상의 저해요인 분석(An analysis of the obstacles in conducting innovation tasks)
서울 : 한국행정연구원
|Subject Country||South Korea(Asia and Pacific)|
|Subject||Government and Law < Public Administration|