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The OECD Observatory of Public Sector Innovation (OPSI)  and its partners at the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Research and Innovation are excited to convene innovators from around the world for a conference on Innovation in Government: The New Normal on 20-21 November 2017. The conference will highlight insights from OPSI’s work with countries that are transforming their operations and improving the lives of their people through innovation. It will bring together government leaders, public servants, and innovative partners in industry and civil society to connect, share experiences, and collaborate.

LOGISTICS
We have developed a document outlining relevant logistical information for your attendance at the conference, including travel information and details on nearby hotels. You can find this at http://oe.cd/opsiconferencelogistics

VENUE 
OECD Conference Center  - 2, rue André Pascal, 75016 Paris, France

LIVE STREAMING
All plenary sessions (CC 1), panel discussions (CC 1 and CC 5), and talks (Auditorium) will be live streamed. To view a live stream, see the link provided on the relevant session’s page (click the session below) or here: https://oecdtv.webtv-solution.com/.


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Monday, November 20
 

08:30

Registration and Coffee
Register, get a coffee, and meet some fellow attendees. 

Monday November 20, 2017 08:30 - 09:15
Atrium

09:15

Welcoming Remarks
Monday November 20, 2017 09:15 - 09:25
CC1

09:25

Ministerial Panel: Turning the New into Normal

Speakers
avatar for Boris Koprivnikar

Boris Koprivnikar

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Public Administration, Ministry of Public Administration
Boris Koprivnikar, born on 16th April 1966, BSc in organisational science and information systems, Faculty of Organisational Sciences Kranj, University of Maribor. | | Boris Koprivnikar has been facing the challenges of public administration for twenty years. For a decade... Read More →
avatar for Minister Maria Leitao Marques

Minister Maria Leitao Marques

Minister of the Presidency and of Administrative Modernization, Government of Portugal
2015 – Present: Minister of the Presidency and Administrative Modernisation 2013 – 2014: Member of the High-Level Group on Administrative Burdens (European Commission) 2013 – 2014: Member of the Selection Committee for the Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Mayors Challenge (Bloomberg Foundation) 2007... Read More →
avatar for Ahmed Zarrouk

Ahmed Zarrouk

Councilor to the Head of the Government in charge of Civil Service and Governance, Presidency of the Government
Postes actuels : Conseiller auprès du chef du gouvernement chargé de la fonction publique et de la gouvernance Coprésident de L’initiative MENA-OCDE pour la gouvernance et la compétitivité (axe gouvernance) Grade : Conseiller du Tribunal Administratif Diplômes : Titulaires... Read More →



Monday November 20, 2017 09:25 - 10:30
CC1

10:30

Coffee Break
Pick up another coffee on your way to one of five conference tracks. 

Monday November 20, 2017 10:30 - 10:45
Outside each room

10:45

Talk 1: A Survivor’s Guide to the Post-Truth World
Speakers
avatar for Anthony Gooch

Anthony Gooch

Director of Public Affairs & Communications, OECD
Anthony Gooch is Director of Public Affairs & Communications at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Since joining in 2008, he has played a key role in managing the OECD’s major international public campaigns in response to the ongoing global economic crisis on sensitive issues such as the fight against tax havens, BEPS tax rules for Multinational Companies, Fighting International bribery and promoting standards on Education (PISA) . To help OECD recast the concept of well-being, he pioneered the OECD Better Life Index (www.oecdbetterlifeindex.org). More recently he has taken the lead in framing and shaping... Read More →


Monday November 20, 2017 10:45 - 11:15
Auditorium

10:45

Nudging: Innovation through Behavioural Insights
Behavioural insights use psychological and cognitive factors that shape people’s behaviours to draft more impactful and cost-sound public policies. This approach breaks from classical approaches and instead devises ways to ‘nudge’ people into acting in specific, anticipated, manners. Behavioural insights are a growing research area in policy-making and innovation, and more must be done for public sector innovation to make full use of this new technique. This session will explore ways in which behavioural insights apply to innovation, and how the two can work together to allow for innovative systemic changes in the public sector.

See live streaming at: https://oecdtv.webtv-solution.com/4203/or/innovation_conference_plenary.html 

Moderators
avatar for Faisal Naru

Faisal Naru

Senior Economic Adviser, OECD
Mr Faisal Naru is Senior Economic Advisor in the Public Governance Directorate of the OECD. He manages a team that has a wide portfolio that works with public administrations and institutions internationally including on behavioural insights, regulatory policy and governance... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Mariam Chammat

Mariam Chammat

SGMAP, French Prime Minister\'s services
Mariam Chammat, Chief Behavioural Officer, Secretariat General pour la modernisation de l'action publique (SGMAP), France | Since June 2016, Mariam Chammat has been Chief Behavioural Officer of the Secretariat General pour la modernisation de l’action publique (SGMAP). Her work... Read More →
avatar for Stefan Hunt

Stefan Hunt

Head of Behavioural Economics and Data Science, Financial Conduct Authority
I run teams that design research and analysis to provide state-of-the-art solutions to challenging regulatory problems. We use the full gamut (I think) of methods from psychology, economics and machine learning. It would be great to talk about creating impact using these methods... Read More →
avatar for Ammaarah Kamish

Ammaarah Kamish

Director: Policy, Research and Development, Western Cape Government
Ammaarah is passionate about positive change and governance in South Africa. Her exposure to behavioural insights was through a joint research project between ideas42, the University of Cape Town’s Research Unit in Behavioural Economics and Neuroeconomics (RUBEN) and the Wester... Read More →
avatar for Michael Sanders

Michael Sanders

Chief Scientist, Behavioural Insights Team
Michael Sanders is Chief Scientist at the Behavioural Insights Team. Michael and his team support the rest of the behavioural insights team with the design of randomised controlled trials, which are widely considered to the ‘gold standard’ in working out what works. Michael is also a member of... Read More →


Monday November 20, 2017 10:45 - 12:00
CC1

10:45

Pushing the Possibilities of Citizen Engagement
Innovative governments are enhancing citizen engagement and ensuring public involvement at every stage of the policy cycle: from shaping ideas to designing, delivering, and monitoring services. The goal is not only to improve the type and quality of services that governments provide, but also to transform the culture of government so that citizens are seen as partners who can shape and inform policy and services. This session will discuss how governments are activating citizens as partners to build the future together.

See live streaming at: https://oecdtv.webtv-solution.com/4212/or/innovation_conference_plenary.html 

Moderators
avatar for Alessandro Bellantoni

Alessandro Bellantoni

Head of the OECD Open Government Programme, OECD
Senior Policy Analyst specialised on public governance and in working with governments and civil society organisations across the world to design and implement public sector reforms inspired by the principles of Open Government. Passionate about promoting transparency, accountabi... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for M. Brodach

M. Brodach

Head of participatory budget, City of Paris
I am coordinating one of the world's largest and most ambitious participatory budget, with 500 million Euros committed until 2020 to implement ideas gathered online and in offline workshops across the city and among citizens.
avatar for Francesco Di Costanzo

Francesco Di Costanzo

President, PA Social Association
President of PA Social - National Association for New Communication. Creator and Coordinator of the #pasocial working group formed by communicators and journalists from the Italian Government. Founder and Director of cittadiniditwitter.it. Communication Social, Social Networking... Read More →
avatar for Sungyeol SHIN

Sungyeol SHIN

Director, Ministry of Interior and Satety
15 years of work experience in the central government for general management of public sector such as human resources, government innovation, and collaboration among and outside government. Recent dedicated job is promoting the citizen participation on government affairs.



Monday November 20, 2017 10:45 - 12:00
CC 5

10:45

Systems Change in the Public Sector
Limited Capacity filling up

The public sector is facing an increased rate of change: both changing citizen demands as well as changing technological possibilities that are transforming what is expected from the sector. Furthermore, new and complex societal challenges cannot be met with public sector systems that were designed for another era. How can governments cope? This workshop gives a helping hand to public managers wanting to achieve better outcomes in a systemic way. Systems experts and specialists discuss their experience and knowledge about how systems approaches can be applied in the public sector setting. This knowledge is put in practise by analysing a real-world complex problem.

Moderators
avatar for Martin Reynolds

Martin Reynolds

Senior Lecturer, The Open University
Systems Thinking in Practice | Postgraduate Qualifications Director | Distance learning | Developmental Evaluation | ISSS Regular | Environmental responsibility
avatar for Claire SHEWBRIDGE

Claire SHEWBRIDGE

Project leader/Analyst, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Claire Shewbridge heads the Strategic Education Governance (SEG) project in the OECD’s Centre for Educational Research and Innovation (CERI). SEG aims to promote and focus policy makers attention on elements and processes that support strategic education governance. This is don... Read More →
avatar for Joeri van den Steenhoven

Joeri van den Steenhoven

YINK
Joeri van den Steenhoven is a recognized expert in systems change and social innovation. He is a strategic adviser to governments and organizations around the world. He helps, teaches and speaks about how to address complex problems and how to organize public and social innovati... Read More →
avatar for Piret Tonurist

Piret Tonurist

Innovation Specialist, OECD
Piret Tõnurist, @pirettonurist, PhD, Lead on Systems Thinking and Innovation Measurement, Observatory of Public Sector Innovation, Public Governance Directorate, OECD, France | | Piret Tõnurist is an Innovation Specialist at the Observatory of Public Sector Innovation, OEC... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Olli-Pekka Heinonen

Olli-Pekka Heinonen

Director General, Finnish National Agency for Education
Olli-Pekka Heinonen is Director General at the Finnish National Agency for Education. | | Before his current position he worked as a State Secretary at the Ministry of Finance of Finland. He was also responsible as a State Secretary of the portfolios of Ministry of Education... Read More →
avatar for Dale McFee

Dale McFee

Deputy Minister of Corrections and Policing, Ministry of Justice, Saskatchewan (Canada)
multi-sector service delivery, multi-sector collaboration, policing, crime, crime trends, crime statistics, drug trafficking, opioids, corrections, incarceration (remand and sentenced offenders), recidivism, data - metrics - measurement, data collection, collective outcomes, outc... Read More →
avatar for Sigrid Van de Poel

Sigrid Van de Poel

CEO, Youth Protection
Development, effective innovation, every child safe forever and good food
avatar for Tadej Slapnik

Tadej Slapnik

State Secretary, Office of the Prime Minister, Slovenia
Before assuming the post of state secretary he was employed by the European Parliament as assistant to Ivo Vajgl, Member of the European Parliament. | | For years he has been instrumental in starting and launching several social enterprises, worker cooperatives and several other initiatives of social entrepreneurships in Slovenia. He collaborated in the preparation of the national Strategy for the Development of Social Entrepreneurship 2013-16 and the plan for its execution. He is the founder and secretary general of the internationally operating Slovenian Forum of Social Entrepreneurship. He also follows the development of various initiatives in the field of youth entrepreneurship and other vulnerable social groups. Between 2009 and 2012 he served as Deputy in the Slovenian National Assembly contributing to the creation of the Social Entrepreneurship Act. Between 2004 and 2009 he worked as director of The Dravinjska Valley Youth Center, between 200 and 2004 he held the position of secretary in the National Assembly Deputy Group. Between 2002 and 2006 he was a member of the Management Committee of the Fund for the Decommissioning of the... Read More →


Monday November 20, 2017 10:45 - 13:00
CC 6

11:00

Unconference: Round 1
An “unconference” is a space for participant-driven meetings. Anyone who wants to initiate a discussion on a topic can claim a time and a space for an open discussion.
This will provide an opportunity for participants to tackle subjects not listed on the official agenda, as well as time and space to network and connect with others.

A process for sinigng up to hold unconference sessions will be made available.  

Monday November 20, 2017 11:00 - 12:00
CC 10

11:15

Talk 2:#Blockchain4EU: Prototyping for Policy

Established in June 2014 the Joint Research Centre's EU Policy Lab provides a collaborative, experimental and multidisciplinary space inside the European Commission to support innovative policy making at EU level. In our activitieswe deploy a policy innovation toolbox ranging from horizon scanning and behavioural insights to collaborative creation and speculative design.

The talk will be centred on our ongoing project #Blockchain4EU: Blockchain for Industrial Transformations. By request of the European Commission's DG GROW, the project is a forward looking exploration of Blockchain for industry including supply chains and logistics, energy, intellectual property rights, authentication, and digital manufacturing. Particular focus will be placed on our use of generative research and prototyping for policy together with an extended community of technical experts and developers, social and economic scientists, entrepreneurs, legal experts, designers, business and labour representatives, and policy makers at local, national and EU levels.


Speakers
avatar for Susana Nascimento

Susana Nascimento

Policy Analyst, European Commission, Joint Research Centre
Susana Nascimento is a Policy Analyst at the European Commission, Joint Research Centre, EU Policy Lab / Foresight, Behavioural Insights and Design for Policy Lab Unit. She is a social scientist interested in qualitative approaches to engage a broader, collaborative and inclusive... Read More →



Monday November 20, 2017 11:15 - 11:45
Auditorium

11:45

Talk 3: The role of government innovation labs in achieving SDGs: UNDP experience in Europe and CIS and Armenia’s case study
Speakers
avatar for Milica Begovic

Milica Begovic

Team Leader, Knowledge and Innovation, UNDP Regional Hub - Istanbul
Milica (Millie) Begovic is working on social innovation for development in UNDP Europe and Central Asia, exploring micronarratives and data for development, including for conflict prevention and many other extraordinary topics.  Milica works with teams (UNDP and national/local pa... Read More →



Monday November 20, 2017 11:45 - 12:15
Auditorium

12:00

The Experimental State
Innovation is about doing something new, and often involves experiments to see whether something works or not. How easy is it to experiment in the public sector? And how do we know if an innovation has “worked”, what does “success” look like for something that has never been done before? This session will explore what it means to use experiments in government and what particular challenges governments face when trying to set up and run experiments. It will also consider what indicators, methods and approaches can be used to evaluate innovative endeavours and how to learn lessons when projects don’t go to plan or don’t work out.

See live streaming at: https://oecdtv.webtv-solution.com/4203/or/innovation_conference_plenary.html 

Moderators
avatar for El-Iza Mohamedou

El-Iza Mohamedou

Head of the Indicators and Statistics Unit, OECD
El Iza Mohamedou heads the Indicators and Statistics Unit at the OECD Public Governance Directorate. Ms. Mohamedou has 20 years of international experience working with international financial institutions, NGOs, communities, regional institutions, and both local and central gove... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Ira Alanko

Ira Alanko

Project Manager, Finish PM Experimentation Unit
Ira Alanko manages of one of the Finnish Government's key projects to promote taking an experimental approach to problem solving and developing governance in Finland. Ira’s team provides information on piloting and experimenting plus gives practical advice to those interested in taking this approach. The Unit assists in promoting the... Read More →
avatar for Shatha AlHashmi

Shatha AlHashmi

Director, Mohammed Bin Rashid Centre for Government Innovation- Prime Minister Office
Public Sector Innovation | Experimentation In Government | System thinking approach | Innovation Measurement | Innovation Awards | Public Sector Innovation Challenges
avatar for David Donovan

David Donovan

Lead, Policy and Innovative Finance, Privy Council Office, Government of Canada
David leads on innovative funding approaches for the Impact and Innovation Unit of the Privy Council Office. Before this, he was responsible for advancing private sector partnership and international development finance efforts at Global Affairs Canada. He is the former research... Read More →


Monday November 20, 2017 12:00 - 13:00
CC1

12:00

Cross-Sector Partnerships for Innovation
Through research and conversations with innovators from around the world, OPSI has identified partnering with other sectors as a challenge in governments’ efforts to advance their innovation agendas.  As identified in OPSI’s Embracing Innovation report (oe.cd/eig), government cannot create maximum public value on its own and should forge partnerships with all relevant players. Government, industry, and civil society each have unique strengths and competencies, and the biggest innovation successes occur when they come together. This session will explore how governments can work in collaboration with other sectors for innovation initiatives and the powerful benefits that can result.  

See live streaming at: https://oecdtv.webtv-solution.com/4212/or/innovation_conference_plenary.html 

Moderators
avatar for Jack Radisch

Jack Radisch

Senior Project Manager, OECD
Jack Radisch is Senior project manager of the OECD High Level Risk Forum, which brings together government officials and representatives from industry to identify best practices in the management of complex risks. He guides countries in building consensus around public management... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for James Anderson

James Anderson

Head of Government Innovation Programs, Bloomberg Philanthropies
James Anderson leads Government Innovation programs at Bloomberg Philanthropies. The portfolio helps city leaders solve their most vexing challenges through innovation, data and evidence, and collaboration. More than 250 cities worldwide are currently supported through grants, technical expertise, and educational and networking programs. Before joining Bloomberg Philanthropies, James served as communications director to New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg. During that time, he was the chief architect of NYC Service, the... Read More →
avatar for Joan Munro

Joan Munro

Director, Accelerating Innovation in Local Government Research Project
The UK's Accelerating Innovation in Local Government Research Project studies how local government leaders might achieve more significant innovations within their organisations as well as with other organisations. The project's latest research with the RSA examines what local go... Read More →
avatar for Marcia Nelson

Marcia Nelson

Deputy Minister/Secretary to Cabinet, Alberta Executive Council, Government of Alberta
Marcia Nelson was appointed Deputy Minister of Executive Council, Cabinet Secretary, and Head of the Alberta Public Service effective April 2016. | | Marcia began her career in public service working for the Ontario government, and held a variety of policy, planning, and r... Read More →
avatar for Andreas Souvaliotis

Andreas Souvaliotis

CEO, CARROT Insights
We partnered with the Government of Canada to create the world’s first national wellness rewards mobile app. Carrot Rewards quickly became the most popular wellness app in Canada with well over half a million active users already. More importantly, the app has already generated... Read More →


Monday November 20, 2017 12:00 - 13:00
CC 5

12:00

Unconference: Round 2
Monday November 20, 2017 12:00 - 13:00
CC 10

12:15

Talk 4: Innovation in developing countries: Yes, it is possible! The Mexican Case.

The aim of this talk will be to discuss the challenges to apply innovative methods and disciplines such as behavioural economics and experimentation in developing countries like Mexico. The main takeaway will be a roadmap on how to achieve this goal, a lot has been said about Nudge or Innovation Units in developed countries, however –in our experience- different strategies need to be applied in countries with less developed institutions to guarantee autonomy, sustainability, and gold standards. Moreover, we will present some results applying behavioural economics and experimentation to tackle some of the big challenges in México: corruption and gender equality.


Speakers
avatar for Margarita Gómez

Margarita Gómez

Head of Innovation, Behavioral and Experimentation Unit, National Public Policy Lab of Mexico
Margarita is the Head of the Innovation, Behavioral and Experimentation Unit at the National Public Policy Lab of the Center for Research and Teaching in Economics (CIDE). The Unit has three objectives: 1) Applying behavioral economics to design, implement and evaluate public pol... Read More →



Monday November 20, 2017 12:15 - 12:45
Auditorium

13:00

Lunch and Networking
Monday November 20, 2017 13:00 - 14:00
Chateau

14:00

Talk 5: From maps to apps: the power of machine learning and artificial intelligence for regulators

Machine learning and artificial intelligence algorithms are transforming our day-to-day lives. Just as moving from paper maps to smartphone apps makes us better navigators, the move from using traditional analysis to using machine learning can make us better regulators. This talk answers three questions.

  1. How can we best understand the opportunity to use these techniques in regulation?
  2. How have regulators started to apply these techniques in practice?
  3. And, what might be the future consequences of regulators using these techniques?

Stefan argues, using an array of examples, that much regulation is ultimately about recognising patterns in data. Machine learning helps regulators find those patterns.


Speakers
avatar for Stefan Hunt

Stefan Hunt

Head of Behavioural Economics and Data Science, Financial Conduct Authority
I run teams that design research and analysis to provide state-of-the-art solutions to challenging regulatory problems. We use the full gamut (I think) of methods from psychology, economics and machine learning. It would be great to talk about creating impact using these methods... Read More →


Monday November 20, 2017 14:00 - 14:30
Auditorium

14:00

Data-Driven Public Sector Transformation
Long-term trends and unpredictable challenges affect citizens’ well-being and demand a long-term vision, evidence-based investments and coordinated action. Governments are increasingly becoming aware of the importance of a better use of data to respond to these challenges, while also improving the productivity, performance and inclusiveness of policies and services. A data-driven public sector is one that transforms the design, delivery and monitoring of public policies and services through the management and use of data. This session explores governments’ progress in harnessing data to fuel innovation and transform their operations to meet 21st century demands and emerging trends on the horizon.  

See live streaming at: https://oecdtv.webtv-solution.com/4204/or/innovation_conference_plenary.html 

Moderators
avatar for Barbara Ubaldi

Barbara Ubaldi

Project Manager, OECD
I am leading the work on Open Data within governments check out our Working Paper and the OURdata Index 2014 (open, useful and re-usable data): http://www.oecd.org/gov/public-innovation/opengovernmentdata.htm

Speakers
avatar for Barry Lowry

Barry Lowry

Government CIO, Irish Government
Barry Lowry has been the Chief Information Officer for the Irish Government since April 2016 with the primary task of taking forward the Public Service ICT Strategy, which sets out ambitions for developing the use of shared services, digital services and data to better serve the... Read More →
avatar for Laure Lucchesi

Laure Lucchesi

Deputy Director, Etalab, Prime Minister Taskforce for Open Data and Open Gov
avatar for SaraT Mayer

SaraT Mayer

Chief Program Officer, Code for America
SaraT L. Mayer (ST) is Code for America’s Chief Program Officer. She joined Code for America after working at the San Mateo County Health System as the Director of Public Health, Policy and Planning where she focused on the service delivery of public clinics, emergency preparedness and response, the public health laboratory, social and land use policy and eliminating health inequities. Previously she worked on public policy at a variety of nonprofit organizations. She is a past Board Member for the Housing Leadership Council and a current Board Member at Human Impact Partners. She has also served as an Advisory Board Member for the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD), The Bay Area Health Inequities Initiative (BARHII) and a variety of other civic roles. She earned her... Read More →
avatar for Yih-Jeou Wang

Yih-Jeou Wang

Head of International Co-operation, Agency for Digitisation, Ministry of Finance, Denmark
Yih-Jeou Wang is responsible for international co-operation at the Agency for Digitisation within the Danish Ministry of Finance. He has for more than 20 years worked on digitising the public sector and the Danish society as a whole, including digital transformation of education... Read More →


Monday November 20, 2017 14:00 - 15:30
CC1

14:00

Innovation -- Evidence & Evaluation
Limited Capacity filling up

Most governments are engaged with public sector innovation, but do we really know if this is delivering results? This is a difficult question, because traditionally the public sector has been called to support both exploration and exploitation of innovation, broadening the knowledge space and realm of possibility next to reaping the rewards of innovation. Often the innovations nurtured by the public sector bring the most value outside of the sector itself. How to, thus, evaluate the success of innovation activities in the public sector? If outcomes are far in the future and there is a lot of uncertainty connected to the processes, what is effectively evidence? When innovations are supposed to fail, what is the acceptable level of success or failure? This workshop looks at how the feedback systems in the public sector can be effectively designed to tackle some of these problems.

Moderators
avatar for Daniel ACQUAH

Daniel ACQUAH

Policy Analyst, OECD
I work across OECD's work on the 'evidence-informed policy-making' and I am an interested in the use of evidence and experimentation at all points of the policy cycle.
avatar for Stephane Jacobzone

Stephane Jacobzone

Deputy Head of Division, Reform of the Public Sector, Public Governance, OECD
Stephane Jacobzone coordinates public governance activities at the OECD, including meetings of the Public Governance Committee, thematic work on evidence for policy making, the development of a policy making toolkit, and country reviews. He also takes a leading role in the High L... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Stephen Fraser

Stephen Fraser

Director, International Partnerships, Education Endowment Foundation
Stephen leads the development of the EEF’s international partnerships. These partnerships support the adoption and generation of evidence beyond England, and contribute back into the evidence base for English schools. He also contributes to the EEF’s dissemination and impact... Read More →
avatar for David Mair

David Mair

European Commission
I am responsible for the work in the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission on improving the use of science, evidence and knowlegde in public policy. I am therefore especially interested in innovating in the way in which evidence-informed policy can be delivered in prac... Read More →
avatar for Clara Richards

Clara Richards

Senior Programme Manager, INASP
Analytical and international profile with a focus on knowledge and policy interface, organisational and systemic change and leadership. Extensive experience in working with governments and think tanks, especially in Latin America and sub-Saharan Africa. Senior Programme Manager o... Read More →
avatar for Emily Schmitt

Emily Schmitt

Deputy Director, Administration for Children and Families, Office of Planning, Research & Evaluation
Emily Schmitt is the Deputy Director of the Office of Planning, Research & Evaluation (OPRE) in the Administration for Children and Families (ACF), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. As Deputy Director, Ms. Schmitt works closely with ACF's Deputy Assistant Secretary fo... Read More →



Monday November 20, 2017 14:00 - 16:30
CC 6

14:00

The User Revolution: User-Centred Approaches to Service Delivery
Government agencies provide vital information and services that affect people’s daily lives. They have the responsibilities of responding to the needs of its citizens, running as effectively and efficiently as possible, and being timely and accurate with its information. By putting people first and embracing a user-centric approach, agencies improve the quality of their policies and services by making them more useful and usable and by saving money long-term through making iterative improvements based on feedback. It is no longer acceptable for governments to design and create services and policies without engaging the future users and others who may be impacted. This training session will discuss the best practices of user-centred approaches and will teach participants some key techniques to understand user needs and enable a user-centred culture. 

See live streaming at: https://oecdtv.webtv-solution.com/4213/or/innovation_conference_plenary.html 

Speakers
avatar for Chris Ferguson

Chris Ferguson

Director, National, International & Research, GDS (Cabinet Office)
Chris Ferguson is one of the original senior management team that built the UK’s Government Digital Service. In 2011 he was brought into the Cabinet Office to take on the digital identity challenge and created th... Read More →



Monday November 20, 2017 14:00 - 16:30
CC 5

14:15

Unconference: Round 3
Monday November 20, 2017 14:15 - 15:15
CC 10

14:30

Talk 6: CBS-Statistics Netherlands Urban Data Centres creating better data, better cities, better lives

Cities worldwide face serious data-related challenges and are formulating strong ambitions with regards to topics like smart cities, open data, big data, and data driven, evidence based policy making.  Also cities are using data more and more in contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals by working with organizations like World Council on City Data. In other words, cities want and need work with data. However, often the problem is that city-officials  are no data experts.

 The Dutch city of Eindhoven realised this in the summer of 2016 and challenged CBS Statistics Netherlands to jointly develop a solution for this problem. 


Speakers
avatar for Robert Hermans

Robert Hermans

Program Director CBS Urban Data Centress, CBS
Robert Hermans(1963)  is Director of the Department of Statistics on Labour, Income and Living Conditions at Statistics Netherlands and Director of Statistics Netherlands Urban Data Centres. He is also a member of the CBS-team that works with the United Nations Statistical Department on... Read More →


Monday November 20, 2017 14:30 - 15:00
Auditorium

15:00

Researchers Gathering (closed session)
Limited Capacity seats available

Moderators
avatar for Piret Tonurist

Piret Tonurist

Innovation Specialist, OECD
Piret Tõnurist, @pirettonurist, PhD, Lead on Systems Thinking and Innovation Measurement, Observatory of Public Sector Innovation, Public Governance Directorate, OECD, France | | Piret Tõnurist is an Innovation Specialist at the Observatory of Public Sector Innovation, OEC... Read More →

Monday November 20, 2017 15:00 - 16:30
CC 20

15:00

Innovation Award: Semi-Finalist Presentations
Speakers
avatar for Helen Daniels

Helen Daniels

Talent Manager, Canada's Free Agents - Government of Canada
I manage 30 Free Agents who work across sectors in the Canadian Public Service. They were selected through a creative process and based on innovative attributes, and then we released them into the government ecosystem to do good work. | | Talk to me about developing attitud... Read More →
avatar for Abe Greenspoon

Abe Greenspoon

Talent Manager, Canada's Free Agents
In my role as Talent Manager for Canada's Free Agents, I am responsible for managing and coordinating a small team of Innovation Entrepreneurs in the Public Service of Canada. The Free Agent program is a pilot designed to test the viability of a cloud-based talent model. In this... Read More →
avatar for John Holager

John Holager

Managing Director, Livework Nordic
HA

Hyeyoon Ayleen Jung,

Project Manager, Seoul 50 Plus Foundation
avatar for Kyunghee Rhee

Kyunghee Rhee

CEO, Seoul 50plus Foundation
Kyunghee Rhee is the CEO of the Seoul 50 Plus Foundation of the Seoul Metropolitan Government. The foundation supports Seoul's 50+generation plan their later life in the era of 100-year life. | | Prior to the Foundation, Kyunghee has been a professor of Chungang University... Read More →
avatar for Miguel Carballo Vallines

Miguel Carballo Vallines

Deputy Director of Corporate Strategy, Banco del Ahorro Nacional y Servicios Financieros, S.N.C
With more than 10 years in the Finance Sector at the Federal level holding various positions such as: Advisor to the Federation Treasurer; Coordinator of Advisors to the Senior Official of the Ministry of Finance; Administrator of Planning and Programming of Audit, and Administr... Read More →



Monday November 20, 2017 15:00 - 16:30
Auditorium

15:30

Talent for Transformation: Innovation Skills
We can give public servants the tools and methods to deliver new projects and ways of working; however, if officials do not have matching skills and capabilities then there will be limits to how far they can adopt innovative approaches. In this session the panellists will discuss what skills and capabilities officials need to become innovators in government and how managers encourage staff to develop these skills. Managers and leaders also need to think about how innovation features within their approach to talent management, in particular how do you attract and retain people with skillsets that are quite different from traditional public servants to come and work in the public sector?

See live streaming at: https://oecdtv.webtv-solution.com/4204/or/innovation_conference_plenary.html 

Moderators
avatar for Daniel Gerson

Daniel Gerson

Project manager, Public Employment and Managment, OECD
How can we ensure that employees of public organisations are ready to face complex policy and service delivery challenges? My projects focus on identifying the skills and capabilities needed in successful public organisations, and helping government set the right people manageme... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Chris Van der Auwera

Chris Van der Auwera

Chief of Staff, Ministery of Defence in charge of Public Administration
Chris Van der Auwera started as Chief of Staff to the Minister for Public Services, Minister Vandeput in 2014. Before his move to the federal Policy Unit, he was entrepreneur helping companies to crack the digital collaboration code. (2010 – 2014)He worked as program and change... Read More →
avatar for Graeme Head

Graeme Head

Public Service Commissioner, Public Service Commission
Graeme Head has held the statutory office of Public Service Commissioner for the state of New South Wales in Australia for the past six years. This role is responsible for all aspects of strategic workforce management in the public sector for Australia's largest jurisdiction... Read More →
avatar for Francoise Waintrop

Francoise Waintrop

Innovation chief officer, ENA
In charge of training innovation at the french National School of Government , I'm interested in new ways of conceiving public policies using design, behavioural insight and above all Citizen/ users centric approaches


Monday November 20, 2017 15:30 - 16:30
CC1

15:30

Unconference: Round 4
Monday November 20, 2017 15:30 - 16:30
CC 10

16:30

Talk 7: Design fiction, a new way to envision the future of governments ?
Transforming governments starts with field projects, highly connected to present problems. But what about change in the future, when it comes to envision what governments might look like in 10, 15 or 20 years ? Design fiction is a design practice that consists in « intentionally using prototypes to explain the change ». Stéphane Vincent, co-founder of the French not-for-profit association La 27e Région, will describe through practical examples how governments and local authorities start using design fiction in order to re-interrogate the future practices in policy making, public planning, public management and policy instruments.

Speakers
avatar for Stéphane Vincent

Stéphane Vincent

Founder, Director, La 27e Région
Stéphane Vincent is the founder and director of "la 27e Région" (Region 27), a French action-tank dedicated to the public sector created in 2008. La 27e Région explores new ways to improve public policies and policy making, inspired by service design, ethnography, open source and "makers" cultures. Its activity consists in action-research pluri-annual projects run in close partnership with governments and a community of cross-disciplinary professionals. La 27e... Read More →
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Ollivier Yoan

Co-founder, Plausible possible



Monday November 20, 2017 16:30 - 17:00
Auditorium

16:30

Innovation Methods Spotlight: Labs
Exploring new ways of working and new ways of doing things can be hard when an organisation is focused on delivering on current commitments and dealing with current priorities. Innovation labs can provide organisations with the space to look at things differently, to challenge some of the current assumptions, and to understand issues in different ways that allow for new ways of responding. Yet labs can also be seen as “that thing over there”, unconnected to the “real work” of the organisation. How then can innovation labs carve out room to challenge the status quo, to discover new insights and devise new responses, and yet be connected to core business? This session will explore the practicalities of innovation labs and different ways of making them work.

See live streaming at: https://oecdtv.webtv-solution.com/4204/or/innovation_conference_plenary.html  

Moderators
avatar for Alex Roberts

Alex Roberts

Innovation Specialist, OECD
I work as part of the Observatory of Public Sector Innovation at the OECD and have responsibility for our work on the innovation lifecycle and am leading a review of the innovation system of the Canadian Public Service. I'm particularly interested in public sector innovation, for... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Gabriela Ríos Landa

Gabriela Ríos Landa

Innovation Strategies and Futures Studies Coordinator, Laboratorio para la Ciudad
She is an innovation strategist with a M.A. in Futures Studies and a B.A. in Industrial Design. | At Laboratorio para la Ciudad* - the experimental arm and creative office of the Mexico City government, reporting to the Mayor - Gabriela supports the implementation of innovatio... Read More →
avatar for Andrea Siodmok

Andrea Siodmok

Deputy Director, Cabinet Office
Andrea leads the Policy Lab, SKYrooms and Open Innovation teams at the UK Cabinet Office. These units exist to inspire and enable innovation across HM Government supporting policy-makers to apply new thinking in the design and implementation of government’s priorities. | O... Read More →
avatar for Xavier Troussard

Xavier Troussard

Acting Director of the Competence Directorate, European Commission, Joint Research Center
Xavier Troussard is Acting Director of the "Competences" Directorate at the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission (EC). The Directorate aims at strengthening competences and offering services to policy makers in the European Commission and beyond in a wide range of dis... Read More →
avatar for Tristan Hugh Walker

Tristan Hugh Walker

Head of Innovation, IMF
Newly appointed to this new position within the IMF. Running recently launched innovation lab. Interested in making innovation successful within large international organisations.


Monday November 20, 2017 16:30 - 17:30
CC1

16:30

Reframing Rules and Regulations for Innovation
Bureaucracy and red tape are often seen as the main barriers to innovation, particularly in the public sector. But to what extent rules actually do inhibit innovation? This session discusses considerations governments can apply to tackle both the specific rules and procedures which may be blocking innovation, and the wider context preventing civil servants from trying new pproaches. It also discusses potential strategies for countering those rules that are perceived, but do not actually exist on paper. 

See live streaming at: https://oecdtv.webtv-solution.com/4213/or/innovation_conference_plenary.html  

Moderators
avatar for Nikolai MALYSHEV

Nikolai MALYSHEV

Head of the OECD Regulatory Policy Division, OECD
Nick Malyshev is Head of the OECD Regulatory Policy Division where he directs thematic analysis and country reviews of regulatory reform in OECD and non-OECD countries. He was responsible for updating the OECD normative framework on regulatory policy, now the 2012 Recommendation... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Stephane Cyr

Stephane Cyr

Vice-President, Corporate Services Branch and CFO, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
Since 2013, Stéphane has been Vice-President, Corporate Services Branch, and Chief Financial Officer of the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission. Stéphane joined the Commission in 2009, as Director General, Finance and Administration, and has overseen a number of major initiatives and projects, including the development and establishment of a cost recovery-based financial framework, the... Read More →
avatar for Andrea Renda

Andrea Renda

Chair in Digital Innovation, College of Europe
Andrea RENDA is a Senior Research Fellow and Head of Regulatory Policy at CEPS. He is also Chair for Digital innovation at the College of Europe in Bruges, and non-resident Senior Fellow at Duke University's Kenan Institute for Ethics. He specializes in regulatory governance, cyb... Read More →
avatar for Tytti Yli-Viikari

Tytti Yli-Viikari

Auditor General, National Audit Office of Finland
Provding information for public sector decision-makers through foresight, insight and oversight.



Monday November 20, 2017 16:30 - 17:30
CC 5

16:30

Systems Transformation in Cities
Cities are one of the most dynamic innovation settings today, as most technological and social experiments are carried out on the local level. Close to the citizens and providing direct services to diverse populations, they are the engines of change. Thus, smart city solutions such as IoT,  MAAS, and the circular economy promise to create a safer, more sustainable and resilient living environment for all. But does the reality live up to the promise? Does the increased experimentation on the city level add up to larger transformation of cities and help to solve societal challenges? Or are the initiatives fragmented between different interest? This session will discuss how governments can work towards systemic transformation on the city level. Recent OPSI work on Systems Approaches to Engaging Citizens, Envisioning the Future and Creating Public Value will be highlighted.

Moderators
avatar for Dan Hill

Dan Hill

Associate Director, Arup
Designer. Urbanist. European. | | My work concerns strategic design, largely for cities—from urban interactions up to city governance, via district planning and everyday infrastructures. I often work with contemporary and emerging technologies, but equally take a human-cen... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Hyun-Deok Choi

Hyun-Deok Choi

Deputy Mayor, namyangju city hall
Choi Hyeon-deok, Vice Mayor of Namyangju, Republic of Korea, passed the 36th Public Administration Examination in 1993 to begin his career as a public officer in the Ministry of Government Administration and the Ministry of Government Administration & Home Affairs. He has worked in OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) for 3 years from 2006. Mr. Choi has served as Vice Mayor of Namyangju municipal Government since January 2017, after successfully serving as Head of Organization Planning Division in the Ministry of Government Administration... Read More →
avatar for Jarmo Eskelinen

Jarmo Eskelinen

CITO, Future Cities Catapult
CITO of the Future Cities Catapult, bringing together companies, universities, cities and citizens to solve urban challenges. | Expert in smart cities, urban data and user driven innovation. | Member of EC OISPG, member of Smart London Board, vice chair of Open & Agile Smart Cit... Read More →
avatar for Nigel Jacob

Nigel Jacob

Co-Founder, New Urban Mechanics
avatar for Lamia KAMAL-CHAOUI

Lamia KAMAL-CHAOUI

Lamia Kamal-Chaoui is the Director of the OECD Centre for Entrepreneurship, SMEs, Local Development and Tourism (CFE). This includes the Local Employment and Economic Development (LEED) Programme, the Regional Development Policy Committee and its Working Parties on urban policy, rural policy, and territorial indicators, the Roundtable of Mayors and Ministers and the Champion Mayors for Inclusive Growth Initiative, the Working Party on SMEs and Entrepreneurship, and the Tourism Committee. She previously served as a Senior Advisor to the Secretary-General, and Coordinator of the OECD Inclusive Growth initiative. Prior to this, she was Head of the Urban Programme for more than ten years, and worked in the Public Governance and Territorial Development Directorate, the Trade Directorate and the Financial and Enterprises Affairs Directorate. Ms. Kamal-Chaoui is a member of several International Committees and Advisory Boards and teaches... Read More →


Monday November 20, 2017 16:30 - 17:30
CC 6

16:30

Unconference: Round 5
Monday November 20, 2017 16:30 - 17:30
CC 10

17:00

Talk 8: Can you imagine a public administration in which the staff and the stakeholders shape their path?
#Opencameracosenza wants to address the issues of an institution closer to its stakeholder, open to entrepreneur’s questions with a flexible organization. It is far more than a hashtag. It highlights a concrete change in the organizational culture of the Chamber of Commerce of Cosenza. It is a complete shift in Administration and stakeholders relationship. Accountability, accessibility, transparency and participation are the pillars of #OpenCameraCosenza. The Chamber of Commerce is a real “agora” in which entrepreneurs and citizens can meet Institutions; other public entities are involved in partnerships and committees; stakeholders, in general, actively participate in decision-making process. To ease the participation process, the Chamber has implemented a wide range of digital solutions. Thanks to this new approach, the Chamber of Commerce opens its doors and meets entrepreneurs and consumers outside the offices. In this way the institution is able to listen to their needs in un unbiased environment. The Chamber is then able to shape its plans from all the inputs received.

Speakers
avatar for Klaus Algieri

Klaus Algieri

President, Cosenza Chamber of Commerce
Klaus Algieri is a third-generation entrepreneur. His family has been devoted to business leading successful firms in automotive, insurance, real estate, agricultural, construction and touristic industries. | He has always been fascinated by politics and since 90's he is active... Read More →


Monday November 20, 2017 17:00 - 17:30
Auditorium

17:30

Closing Remarks

Moderators
avatar for Edwin Lau

Edwin Lau

Head of the Reform of the Public Sector Division, OECD
Edwin Lau is Head of the Reform of the Public Sector Division in the OECD Public Governance Directorate. His division helps countries improve the responsiveness of their governments and their relations with citizens and business through work on public sector innovation, digital government, open data, human resources management, and risk management. In particular, he oversees the Observatory for Public Sector Innovation (OPSI) and the statistical publication, Government at a Glance. A US national, he worked in the United States Office of Management and Budget in the 1990s. Prior to being named Head of Division at the OECD, Edwin was the Deputy Division Head of the Budgeting and Public Expenditures where he had responsibility for issues of budget transparency, performance budgeting, budgeting in the health sector, and reform of fiscal institutions. He established the Public Governance Review Programme in 2007, and worked closely with the Irish Prime... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Angel Gurria

Angel Gurria

Secretary-General, OECD
Mr. Angel Gurría has been the Secretary-General of the OECD since 2006. Under his leadership, the Organisation has established itself as a pillar of the global economic governance architecture including its active engagement with the G20, G7, APEC and other international fora. Mr... Read More →
avatar for Carlos Moedas

Carlos Moedas

European Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation, European Commission
Born in 1970, Carlos Moedas is Commissioner for research, science and innovation since 2014. He holds a degree in civil engineering from the Instituto Superior Técnico and an MBA from Harvard Business School. He has worked for Goldman Sachs and Eurohypo Investment Bank. Ele... Read More →


Monday November 20, 2017 17:30 - 18:00
CC1

18:00

Cocktail
Monday November 20, 2017 18:00 - 21:00
Salon du Parc
 
Tuesday, November 21
 

08:30

Registration and Coffee
Register, get a coffee, and meet some fellow attendees. 


Tuesday November 21, 2017 08:30 - 09:00
Atrium

09:00

Welcoming Remarks and Special Address

Welcoming Remarks: Geoff Mulgan

Special Address: Minister Mounir Mahjoubi


Moderators
avatar for Jean David Malo

Jean David Malo

Director, European Commission
Jean-David Malo studied in the Institut National Supérieur des Sciences Economiques et Commerciales (Paris) and the University of California (Berkeley). | He started his career as Head of internal control management in the Comité Professionnel de la Distribution de Carburant... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Mounir MAHJOUBI

Mounir MAHJOUBI

Secrétaire d’État au numérique
Mounir MAHJOUBI, 33 ans, est l’actuel secrétaire d’État au numérique, entrepreneur il a grandi à Paris au sein d’une famille originaire du Maroc. Dès son plus jeune âge il est attiré par l’innovation et la technologie, et travail comme technicien de réseau. À 16 ans, en parallèle de ses... Read More →
avatar for Geoff Mulgan

Geoff Mulgan

Chief Executive, Nesta
Geoff Mulgan has been Chief Executive of Nesta since 2011. Nesta is the UK's innovation foundation and runs a wide range of activities in investment, practical innovation and research. | | Between 1997 and 2004 Geoff had various roles in the UK government including director... Read More →



Tuesday November 21, 2017 09:00 - 10:00
CC1

10:00

Talk 9: The citizen participation in the constitutional process in Chile during 2016
Speakers
avatar for Pamela Figueroa Rubio

Pamela Figueroa Rubio

Jefa Division de Estudios, Ministerio Secretaria General de la Presidencia



Tuesday November 21, 2017 10:00 - 10:30
Auditorium

10:00

Innovation for Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)
With thousands of innovations in play, some of them already reaching millions of people, this session will discuss how organizations, countries, and individuals can play the right roll to take an innovation from "Idea to Action."  Join the discussion about the path from discovery to scale and gather and share insights around what works in accelerating the adopting of innovations to help address the SDG's. This will highlight how successful innovators and entrepreneurs are thinking about impact and designing approaches around a value and customer paradigm, and how we can help, using a systems approach. 

Moderators
avatar for Jorge MOREIRA DA SILVA

Jorge MOREIRA DA SILVA

Mr. Jorge Moreira da Silva is, since 1st November 2016, the Director of the Development Co-operation Directorate (DCD) at OECD. | | From 2013 to 2015, he was Portugal’s Minister of Environment, Energy and Spatial Planning. Prior to this Ministerial position, Mr. Moreira da Silva served as Senior Environmental Financial Advisor at... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Alexis Bonnell

Alexis Bonnell

Chief of Applied Innovation, USAID
Alexis Bonnell is the both the Chief of Applied Innovation and Acceleration as well as the Director of the Office of Engagement in the U.S. Global Development Lab. Over her career, Bonnell has developed and delivered over a billion dollars of humanitarian and development programming in over 25 conflict, post-conflict and emergency countries, in almost every sector from education to stabilization, for more than 30 international bilateral donors, 10 U.N. agencies, the military and the private sector. She has held positions with every side of development including: implementers, donors, policy makers and beneficiaries. With more than 20 years of experience in management and communications, Bonnell has worked with: Wall Street and... Read More →
avatar for Pedro Conceicao

Pedro Conceicao

Director, Strategic Policy, Bureau for Policy and Programme Support, United Nations Development Programme, UNDP
Since October 2014, Pedro Conceição is Director, Strategic Policy, at the Bureau for Policy and Programme Support. Before that, we was Chief-Economist and Head of the Strategic Advisory Unit at the Regional Bureau for Africa (from 1 December 2009). | | Prior to this, he was Director of the Office of Development Studies (ODS) from March 2007 to November 2009, and Deputy Director of ODS, from October 2001 to February 2007. His work on financing for development and on global public goods was published by Oxford University Press in books he co-edited (The New Public Finance: Responding to Global Challenges, 2006; Providing Global Public Goods: Managing Globalization, 2003). He has published on inequality, the economics of innovation and technological change, and development in, amongst others journals, the African Development Review, Review of Development Economics, Eastern Economic Journal, Ecological Economics, Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, and Technological Forecasting and Social Change. He co-edited several books including: Innovation, Competence Building, and Social Cohesion in Europe- Towards a Learning Society (Edward Elgar, 2002) and Knowledge for Inclusive Development (Quorum Books, 2001). | | Prior to coming to UNDP, he was an Assistant Professor at the Instituto Superior... Read More →
avatar for Elissa Golberg

Elissa Golberg

Assistant Deputy Minister, Government of Canada
Elissa Golberg was named Assistant Deputy Minister – Partnerships for Development Innovation at Global Affairs Canada in February 2015.  She is also currently the department’s champion for innovation. Ms. Golberg has successfully pioneered complex policy and multi-million dollar program initiatives and led multi-disciplinary teams working on significant international peace and security, human rights, emergency management, and sustainable development challenges. From 2011 to 2015, she served as... Read More →


Tuesday November 21, 2017 10:00 - 11:15
CC 5

10:00

Digital Transformation: Lessons Learned and the Path Forward
Digital transformation has been one of the hottest issues in the innovation field for the last few years. Governments are working to catch up with tech practices common in the private sector, and in many cases, are innovating to come up with new and creative approaches to use technology to solve the world’s most difficult challenges. The concept of specialised groups like the Government Digital Service (GDS) in the UK has spread through countries including the U.S., Canada, and Australia, with more expected in the future. Digital government fellowships like the U.S.’s Presidential Innovation Fellows and France’s  Entrepreneurs d'Intérêt Général are also on the rise. It’s not just central governments using these approaches, as initiatives similar to Code for America and its grassroots brigades are now helping local governments all over the world. There have been great strides in digital transformation in recent years, but also some setbacks and challenges. This session explores these and considers how to move forward. 

Moderators
avatar for Frank Leyman

Frank Leyman

Manager International Relations, FPS Policy & Support - Digital Transformation Office
Frank Leyman holds a Master degree in Marketing and in Applied Economics from the University of Mons in Belgium. | He started his career with IBM Belgium in the telecom division. | After 6 years he joined the Belgian National Telecom operator BELGACOM where he was in charge... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Frank Cecconi

Frank Cecconi

Conseiller régional, Region Ile-de-France
Rapporteur pour le Comité des Régions sur la problématique de la promotion de l’innovation dans le secteur public grâce aux solutions numériques.
avatar for Darja Isaksson

Darja Isaksson

Entrepeneur, executive advisor and a member of the Swedish Prime Ministers' Innovation Council. | Interested in discussing topics such as | - Digitalisation seems to increase global value chains, and interesting things now happen in areas such as health care and education... Read More →
avatar for Colin MacDonald

Colin MacDonald

Government Chief Digital Officer, Deparment of Internal Affairs
Colin MacDonald is Chief Executive of New Zealand’s Department of Internal Affairs, Secretary for Internal Affairs, Secretary for Local Government, and the Government Chief Digital Officer (GCDO). In his GCDO role, Colin is the ICT functional leader for government and he works collaboratively across the state sector to transform government ICT and digital services, making it easier for New Zealanders to access government services. Colin has a background in computer science and he has held both public and private sector leadership roles in the United Kingdom and New Zealand during his forty year career. In New Zealand, he has been Chief Executive of Land Information New Zealand, Deputy Commissioner Business Development and Systems at Inland Revenue, and Chief Operating Officer for the ANZ Banking Group... Read More →
avatar for Antonio Samaritani

Antonio Samaritani

Antonio Samaritani. General Director of the Agency for Digital Italy since May 2015, prior to his engagement for the Agency he worked as ICT Director of Regione Lombardia from 2010 until 2015 where he also served as deputy director of the personnel. Born in Torino in 1963. He holds a master in Economics and Business from... Read More →


Tuesday November 21, 2017 10:00 - 11:15
CC1

10:00

Measuring Public Sector Innovation (closed session)
Limited Capacity full

Moderators
avatar for Piret Tonurist

Piret Tonurist

Innovation Specialist, OECD
Piret Tõnurist, @pirettonurist, PhD, Lead on Systems Thinking and Innovation Measurement, Observatory of Public Sector Innovation, Public Governance Directorate, OECD, France | | Piret Tõnurist is an Innovation Specialist at the Observatory of Public Sector Innovation, OEC... Read More →

Tuesday November 21, 2017 10:00 - 12:00
CC 24

10:00

Putting Innovation to Work – Understanding When and How to Use Innovation Tools
Limited Capacity filling up

This workshop will draw on OPSI’s recent work looking at the different stages of the innovation process and how different tools can be of use, and under what conditions. The session will explore how experienced practitioners and those new to innovation can navigate the growing array of innovation methods, and work out what is right for them and their context.

Moderators
avatar for Angela Hanson

Angela Hanson

Innovation Specialist, OECD
I work as part of the Observatory of Public Sector Innovation at the OECD. I'm interested in public sector innovation and human-centered design. Previously, I worked on public sector innovation and ecosystem science in Texas, United States. .
avatar for Matt Kerlogue

Matt Kerlogue

Head of Civil Service Strategic & Int'l Analysis, Cabinet Office
Civil Service reform & strategy, civil service effectiveness, international comparative analysis
avatar for Benjamin Kumpf

Benjamin Kumpf

Innovation Facility Lead, UNDP
Benjamin Kumpf leads the Innovation Facility of the UN Development Programme (UNDP) in New York. Benjamin manages UNDP’s Innovation Fund, a pooled funding vehicle created to support and scale innovations that address challenges related to poverty, governance, climate change and... Read More →
avatar for Enrique Martinez

Enrique Martinez

Director, Design Education, The Lab at OPM
Enrique is a designer and public sector innovation leader. As Director of Design Education for The Lab at the Office of Personnel Management, he brings an up-to-date strategic design perspective and years of human-centered design and creative process expertise to the U.S. Federal Government. At the Lab, he has participated in projects and initiatives in partnership with a number of federal and state agencies, including the General Services Administration, the National Nuclear Security Administration, NASA, the U. S. Geological Survey, the Bureau of Land Management, the California Department of Health and Human Services, or the Office of Innovation, State of Rhode Island. Before joining The Lab at OPM, he was a faculty member at the Rhode Island School of Design for twenty years, and a visiting lecturer at Brown... Read More →
avatar for Alex Roberts

Alex Roberts

Innovation Specialist, OECD
I work as part of the Observatory of Public Sector Innovation at the OECD and have responsibility for our work on the innovation lifecycle and am leading a review of the innovation system of the Canadian Public Service. I'm particularly interested in public sector innovation, for... Read More →

Tuesday November 21, 2017 10:00 - 12:15
CC 6

10:00

Spreading Innovation Across Government
Limited Capacity filling up

You’re a public servant, you’ve found an innovative project somewhere else that you’d like to learn from or even copy in your own setting, but how? The Centre for Public Sector Innovation (COI) in Denmark has developed Spreading Innovation– a guide to help officials “steal with pride” from successful innovations elsewhere in the public sector. The toolkit is a dialogue guide designed to help both parties: those sharing a successful innovation, and those trying to adopt it in their own setting. This workshop will give participants the opportunity experience the Spreading Innovation guide for themselves.

Moderators
avatar for Lene Krogh Jeppesen

Lene Krogh Jeppesen

Senior Consultant, The Danish National Center for Public Sector Innovation
At the Danish National Center for Public Sector Innovation we work across all levels of government towards efficiency and quality in the public sector through innovation. I'm passionate about integrating the innovation- and evaluation-fields - in theory and practice. My latest ob... Read More →
avatar for Majken Præstbro

Majken Præstbro

Head of Relations, Centre for Public Sector Innovation
I am working at the Danish national Centre for Public Sector Innovation. We support innovation and collaboration across all levels of government. My special area of interest is helping public sector workplaces learn from others and share their own experiences and innovative solut... Read More →

Tuesday November 21, 2017 10:00 - 12:15
CC 10

10:30

Talk 10: Design for policy?
Can design methods genuinely add value to the policy-making process. Where are the biggest opportunities and what are the practical challenges? Beatrice will discuss the UK Policy Lab's experience.

Speakers
avatar for Beatrice Andrews

Beatrice Andrews

Head of Policy Lab, Cabinet Office
Policy and design



Tuesday November 21, 2017 10:30 - 11:00
Auditorium

11:00

Talk 11: Building innovation capacities in the public sector
Vinnova, The Swedish Innovation Agency, has been working with several initiatives the past few years in a programme for building innovation capacities in the public sector. We have had calls about innovation labs and test beds in the health care sector, test beds in digitalization in schools and clean tech test beds etc. The initiative focused in this talk concerns idea hubs in municipalities, which is physical or virtual structures and processes for stimulating employees in the municipalities based on needs of the citizens and companies, helping the employees coaching and developing ideas into innovation.
Vinnova finance 12 projects with both single municipalities and collaborative projects with 57 municipalities involved (appr. 20 % of the 291 municipalities). The projects started in late 2016 and during the autumn of 2017 we are conducting a follow up. What can we learn so far? What are hinders for innovation and what seems to be potential success factors? Do we recognize learnings from earlier innovation labs and test beds? What are the necessary preconditions for an innovative municipality? We do this initiative in close collaboration together with SALAR, The Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions, with who we have a special agreement on strengthening innovation capabilities in the municipalities, county councils and regions 2015-2017.
 

Speakers
avatar for Jonny Ivarsson Paulsson

Jonny Ivarsson Paulsson

Programme manager, public sector innovation, Vinnova
I work as a programme manager at Vinnova, the Swedish Innovation Agency, broadly with questions regarding public sector innovation. That includes strengthening the innovation capacities in municipalities, county councils, regions and governmental agencies. We work with testbeds i... Read More →



Tuesday November 21, 2017 11:00 - 11:30
Auditorium

11:15

Public Sector Innovation - Learning from the Global South
Facing significant social and economic challenges and, in some instances, lacking major infrastructure may seem like unsurmountable barriers to innovation. However, many emerging economies are seeing it as an opportunity to adopt new approaches and transform themselves through innovation. These countries are using the latest technologies and novel methods cheaply and creatively to tackle intractable problems. In some cases, these governments are leapfrogging the most developed countries and coming up with solutions that are more advanced. This session explores how emerging economies are taking their challenges in stride and teaching us all valuable lessons. 

Moderators
avatar for Edwin Lau

Edwin Lau

Head of the Reform of the Public Sector Division, OECD
Edwin Lau is Head of the Reform of the Public Sector Division in the OECD Public Governance Directorate. His division helps countries improve the responsiveness of their governments and their relations with citizens and business through work on public sector innovation, digital government, open data, human resources management, and risk management. In particular, he oversees the Observatory for Public Sector Innovation (OPSI) and the statistical publication, Government at a Glance. A US national, he worked in the United States Office of Management and Budget in the 1990s. Prior to being named Head of Division at the OECD, Edwin was the Deputy Division Head of the Budgeting and Public Expenditures where he had responsibility for issues of budget transparency, performance budgeting, budgeting in the health sector, and reform of fiscal institutions. He established the Public Governance Review Programme in 2007, and worked closely with the Irish Prime... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Prof.Thosaporn

Prof.Thosaporn

Secretary-General, Office of the Public Sector Development Commission
avatar for Thuli Radebe

Thuli Radebe

CEO, Centre for Public Service Innovation
Thuli Radebe has been serving as CEO of the Centre for Public Service Innovation since 2007 where she is leading the entrenchment of innovation in the South African Public Sector. She reports to the Minister for Public Service and Administration. She previously headed the Research, Learning and Knowledge Management Chief Directorate in the Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) where for 7 years, she led the public service-wide Knowledge Management programme. To this department she brought 16... Read More →
avatar for M.Raja Shakar Reddy

M.Raja Shakar Reddy

Associate Professor, Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI)
Raja Shakar Reddy is an Associate Professor at the Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI),Hyderabad, India, in the Technology Policy, Management and Innovation Area, under the Centre for Innovation and Technology. He worked in the Industry as General Manager before transiti... Read More →


Tuesday November 21, 2017 11:15 - 12:15
CC 5

11:15

The Future of Government
Trust in government is all time low, automation and the algorithmic governance are on the rise, and blockchain and other transformative technologies increasingly make it possible for citizens to bypass government. What is the role of government in the future? Governments need a new narrative to function, but it doesn’t seem like futures tools (e.g., foresight, horizon scanning) have helped governments identify one. This panel discusses what the future of governments looks like and what this new reality will mean for decision makers today.

Moderators
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Liz McKeown

Chief Economist, Cabinet Office
Liz McKeown is Chief Economist at the UK Cabinet Office. She is head of Analysis & Insight - a multidisciplinary hub that provides analytical expertise, support and challenge to policy areas across the Cabinet Office. Liz is also the UK representative on the OECD Public Governance Committee and a member of its bureau, which provides the... Read More →

Speakers
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Duncan Cass-Beggs

Counsellor for Strategic Foresight, OECD
My team and I help to strengthen strategic foresight across the OECD and bring a stronger future focus to global dialogue on key policy issues. This involves working closely with OECD staff, national governments and leading foresight practitioners worldwide to explore disruptive... Read More →
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Antti Kivela

Director, Capacity for renewal, The Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra
Antti Kivelä heads Sitra´s “Capacity for renewal" theme area. Today, our capacity for renewal – which we seem to have lost amid the ever-accelerating pace of change – must be built up again. This cannot happen without new, trust-based partnerships, common, information-bas... Read More →
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D J Snowden

Director Cynefin Centre, University of Wales TCD
I've recently created a new research centre looking at the application of complexity science to human systems. Over the last two decades I have been developing an approach to distributed ethnography which provides real time feedback to decision makers, Unlike social media these... Read More →
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Robert Watt

Secretary General, Department of Public Expenditure and Reform
Robert Watt is Secretary General of the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform in Ireland. The Department has responsibility for public expenditure policy, capital spending and overall management and reform of the Irish public service. With the Department of Finance it manages the budget process and advises the Government on economic and budget policy. | | The Department is responsible for the... Read More →



Tuesday November 21, 2017 11:15 - 12:15
CC1

11:30

Talk 12: LabX - Embedding an experimentation culture inside the Portuguese Public Administration
Taking advantage of some successful examples using experimentation and co-creation to design better public services, the Portuguese government created an Experimentation Lab – LabX in order to embed these concepts inside public administration culture.

Speakers
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Paulo Malta

Senior Advisor – Innovation & ICT, Cabinet of the Minister of the Presidency and Administrative Modernisation
Paulo Malta is currently working in the cabinet of the Minister of the Presidency and Administrative Modernisation in the Portuguese Government as senior advisor for Innovation and ICT, leading the initiatives related with Innovation, LabX - Experimentation Lab for Public Adminis... Read More →


Tuesday November 21, 2017 11:30 - 12:00
Auditorium

12:15

Special Address
Speakers
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Theo Francken

State Secretary for Migration and Asylum and Administrative simplification, Belgian Government
The previous legislative period (2010 – 2014) Mr. Francken excelled as a Member of the Federal Parliament for the Flemish National Alliance (N-VA) by focussing on “his” domains of expertise: Asylum and Migration, Defence and the House of Royalty of Belgium. As a Member of Parliament Mr. Francken succeeded in forming an alliance with the centre-right parties in the federal parliament to vote important laws which made a more rigid asylum and migration policy possible. The state secretary started his political career in 2001 as an advisor on Education and Integration in the Flemish Parliament for the political fraction of the N-VA and later as the joint chief of staff of Flemish Minister Geert Bourgeois, now the Prime Minister of the Flemish... Read More →


Tuesday November 21, 2017 12:15 - 12:30
CC1

12:30

Conference Closing Remarks
Speakers
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Marcos Bonturi

Director Designate, OECD Public Governance Directorate, OECD
Mr. Marcos Bonturi is the OECD Director for Public Governance. He is a key member of the Senior Management team of the Organisation. He leads a team of 200 staff at the Public Governance Directorate (GOV), which is tasked to support governments in improving their public sector performance for inclusive growth and the competitiveness of their economies. Key areas include institutional reform, innovation, transparency and integrity in the public sector, results-oriented budgeting, and regulatory reform. Increasing focus has also been given to institutional effectiveness and risk management. Under his leadership, the Directorate pursues a programme of co-operation with a wide range of non-member countries and is engaged with social partners, multilateral institutions, NGOs and other relevant stakeholders to build empirical evidence and identify good policy practices on public sector economics and governance. | | Mr. Bonturi, who has both Italian and Brazilian citizenship, joined the OECD in 1990. He has an intimate knowledge of the Organisation, having worked in several Directorates. He started his OECD career working on trade and development issues, including at the Development Centre, the Trade Directorate and the Economics Department, where he helped develop the work with non- member economies, including by participating in the first Economic Survey of Brazil. He then worked on a series of structural reform issues, including as a Senior Economist in the Office of the Chief Economist, where he conducted analysis for inclusion in the Economic Outlook. In that capacity, he was co-author of a major study on the economic impact of terrorism (in the aftermath of 9/11). | | At the turn of the century, Mr. Bonturi started assuming increasing management responsibilities, first as advisor in the... Read More →


Tuesday November 21, 2017 12:30 - 12:45
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