In our last Blog, we introduced you to a selection of tools and methods to identify the needs of users/citizens in a human-centered policy-making process. This blog will focus on approaches that will help policy-makers
In this blog we will introduce you to three methods that can be applied in the first three steps of the human-centred policy-delivery process we developed. Also, we will introduce you to real-life examples in which these selected tools were already applied in the public sector.
In this blog, we will provide you with a coherent process on how to systematically integrate citizens in policy-making and -delivery.
This is the third and last part of a blog series on the political organisation of the future. In the last blog we outlined a framework on the political organisation of the future. We argued
This is the first part of a blog series on the political organisation of the future. 2020 was exceptional in many respects: a global pandemic, economic downturn, and new anti-democratic movements entering the stage. But
There are different sources of innovation within a political party, but at the end of the day: Who is responsible for driving innovation within a party organisation?
In the last blog we provided you with insights into the focus groups we conducted in the last months. Based on the generated insights we decided to build testable prototypes for a learning experience that leverages network effects, enables self-directed learning, and is radically practical.
Building innovative solutions that meet the needs of political professionals and democracy in the 21st century.
Wrapping up our series on innovating political parties we’ll provide you with a final short guide.
Innovative ideas can derive from different sources within or outside a political party. But why are some parties better than others at using these ideas to their advantage? Which main areas do leaders and managers of political parties need to look at and manage strategically?
In this article of our series you will learn about fostering innovative ideas and why you need to get the leadership on board.
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.