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Innovation has to be supported from the top, and senior leadership in the executive and the legislative branches should signal that they recognize that some ideas will fail, and that’s acceptable—as Franklin D. Roosevelt first proposed in the 1930s. The need to recruit large numbers of federal employees over the next few years provides an opportunity to change federal employees’ skill set. Future federal employees need to be clear that they should be constantly looking for better ways to accomplish government goals.
For more on this topic please see:
- Capital Ideas: How to Generate Innovation in the Public Sector by Jitinder Kohli and Geoff Mulgan