"How to learn, develop and decide under uncertainty in the public sector?"
Policy makers, civil servants, public authorities and institutions have to make more and more decisions under uncertainty. They strive in finding the right policies and activities and struggle how to mobilize and include partners from business, finance and technology in processes to learn, explore and co-create ideas and solutions.
The issue how good policies are defined and whether they are effectively implemented is therefore related to people involved and the way they collaborate within the organizations itself. A systemic approach is needed. The target groups in business, culture and research start more and more to be aware of the need to adopt new concepts for transformational mindsets like "agile", "lean", "teal", "integral", "effectual", "self-organized".
How are the authorities and administrations prepared for this? Do they apply this concepts in their day-to-day operations, in their organizations and in their decision processes? Which small steps can be done? What is easy to learn? Where are low hanging fruits easily to pick in public administration?
Innovation Coach Klaus Haasis wants to share some concrete ideas for daily practice with the participants. He has served more than 18 years as CEO in a public innovation agency owned by the federal state of Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany. Now he supports organisations and teams as a Coach, Mentor and Trainer.
Topics offered which can be chosen by the participants:
• Agility in the public sector?
• Understanding the elephant
• Few Ground Rules for Processes
• Execution or Discovery Mindset?
• Risk vs. Uncertainty
• Innovators Dilemma in Public Funding
• Funding Creativity needs Creative Administration
• Personcentered Rule Breaking
• Effectual Logic vs. Linear Planning
• Positive Speculation and Constructive Guesswork
• Dialog as a Planning Tool
• open ask: how to ask better questions
• Yes anding exercise
• Presencing - Learning from the future as it emerges