Publications & Documents


  • 19-August-2015

    English

    The Innovation Imperative in the Public Sector - Setting an Agenda for Action

    The public sector has to become more innovative if it is to tackle today’s complex challenges and meet society’s changing expectations. But becoming truly innovative requires deep and broad changes to organisational culture and operations. Drawing on evidence emerging from the OECD Observatory of Public Sector Innovation’s collection of innovative practices from around the world, this report looks at how to create a government where innovation is encouraged and nurtured.

  • 12-August-2015

    English

    Citizens as innovators

    The co-production of government services with citizens is one way that can help governments provide better public services. However, they can involve some risks, which governments need to take into account.

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  • 10-August-2015

    English

    Presentations on innovative government

    Presentations on innovative government

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  • 6-August-2015

    English

    Publications on innovative government

    View the latest publications, working papers and reports on innovative government practices.

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  • 4-August-2015

    English

    Innovation, Agricultural Productivity and Sustainability in Australia

    Australia’s agriculture and food industries are well placed to contribute to the economy’s future growth given the robust prospects of global food demand and the continuing high international competitiveness of these sectors. There are, however, important challenges that call for new ways to exploit agricultural resources and human capital. The decade-long decline in agricultural productivity growth needs to be overcome, coupled with the need to accommodate uncertainties about the impacts of climate change and to respond to societal demands in the areas of sustainable development and animal welfare. The agro-food sector also needs to absorb exchange-rate and cost pressures created by the mining boom. To tap additional opportunities of the higher value food segments, Australian agri-businesses need new knowledge and capabilities to seize demand signals and value opportunities, particularly from more affluent consumers in Asian markets.

  • 22-juillet-2015

    Français

    Podium : La République tchèque et la quatrième révolution industrielle

    La République tchèque se distingue depuis longtemps par sa capacité d’innovation et sa créativité. Après tout, elle est la patrie de l’écrivain Karel Čapek, qui a inventé le mot « robot » en 1921. Soixante-dix ans plus tard, Jan et Zdenak Sverak définissaient la créativité tchèque dans leur film L’École élémentaire, nominé aux Oscars, à travers le personnage du bricoleur sachant tout faire, tout réparer.

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  • 15-July-2015

    English

    Green Skills and innovation for inclusive growth

    Mainstreaming greening in employment and skills strategies requires a strong partnerships between public, private and not-for-profit organisations in order to maximise innovation and to manage smoothly labour market transitions from brown to green energy and employment. In this timely report, CEDEFOP and the OECD provide evidence and policy analysis to foster an equitable shift to greener economies and more sustainable societies.

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  • 13-July-2015

    English

    Innovation, Agricultural Productivity and Sustainability in Brazil

    Agriculture and the agro-processing sector in Brazil have shown impressive growth over the past two decades. This has largely been driven by productivity improvements and structural adjustment resulting from broad economic reforms, as well as new technologies developed by agricultural science. Government policy and industry initiatives are increasingly focused on the sustainability of agricultural development.

  • 6-July-2015

    English

    Keynote speech on the future of productivity: Productivity by all and for all

    During these difficult years, productivity growth has slowed down, reviving fears that we are now entering a period of poor growth and low job creation. One of the main challenges facing our countries is what to do to re-launch productivity, the main factor of long-term growth, and how to do it. This has been the focus of the report we are launching today entitled “The Future of Productivity”.

  • 6-juillet-2015

    Français

    Il faut relancer la productivité pour renforcer la croissance et le bien-être

    Le ralentissement de la productivité observé ces dix dernières années vient s’ajouter aux préoccupations concernant les perspectives économiques à long terme. Des travaux récents de l’OCDE montrent néanmoins qu’il est possible de redynamiser la diffusion de l’innovation et de mieux utiliser les talents disponibles pour une croissance de la productivité supérieure et plus inclusive.

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