Nimit Doshi's Insights
In many governments across the world, the notion of innovation sounds almost counterintuitive. After all, government agencies are usually large, bureaucratic and usually slow to act. Whilst the pandemic showed that governments can innovate when required, it often comes in short bursts and for short periods. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. Brianna Verhelst, the Executive Director of the Office of Planning, Performance & Improvement at the Ministry of Finance in the Government of Saskatchewan, says that innovation in government can thrive when we don’t underestimate the importance of people to the practice of innovation.
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