Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose
Mission metrics: policy evaluation tools for cities to optimise learning for the green transition
The authors of this paper argue that if decision-makers are to find solutions for addressing wicked problems, such as the climate crisis, they must develop skills for accepting and navigating risks as a means for accelerating innovation.
Beyond outsourcing: re-embedding the State in public value production
Public Value Theory emerged within a broader public administration paradigm that called for the re-centering of the State in the identification and management of public activities. In this paper, the authors argue that the dis-embedding of the state from the production of public value undermines...
Governing artificial intelligence in the public interest
This paper proposes an approach for developing and shaping artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities by integrating the technologies in policies specifically geared toward a sustainable, equitable and green digital economy.
Mobilising local action to address 21st century challenges
This policy brief summarises considerations on mission-oriented innovations in cities to address the critical urban challenges of the 21st century.
Mission-oriented innovation in action: 2021 casebook
The Mission-Oriented Innovation Network (MOIN) is a learning community, focused on purpose-driven policy and mission-oriented innovation within public bodies globally. This casebook is a compilation of stories documenting mission-oriented innovation in practice from members of the MOIN.