Any party can be innovative sometimes. But a lucky shot is different from managing ideas systematically and strategically – be they related to policy, to organisational aspects, or to behaviours. The key is to develop an innovation strategy.
1,050 Europeans have joined the 2020 Innovation in Politics Awards jury. Now the evaluation process has begun.
The Innovation in Politics Institute is hosting a Breakout Session at this year’s European Forum Alpbach in cooperation with the Political Academy of the Austrian People’s Party and the Club Alpbach Germany.
Ideas make a political party innovative. How exactly this happens has been a blackbox to date, of which only parts are understood. In this blog series, we try to develop an integrated framework for the innovation of political parties.
What are the most pressing challenges of governments in the second half of 2020?
From 2021, each year, one city in Europe will become the European Capital of Democracy, a stage and inspiration for the future of democracy. Citizens from all over Europe will be invited to join.
What unites society when social distancing is necessary due to the corona crisis? We have looked at numerous innovative local initiatives, which can effectively enhance societies during the current public health crisis.
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Act.Now and The Innovation in Politics Institute are merging into one company. From now on, their combined knowledge and international network will be available to its clients and partners in politics and civil society in an integrated form.
Josef Lentsch is Managing Partner of the Innovation in Politics Institute Germany. Until December 2018, he was Founding Director of NEOS Lab, the think and do tank of NEOS, a political party in Austria. In
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