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Governments worldwide struggle to remove policy deadlocks and enact much needed reforms in organizational structure and public services. In this book, Collaborative Innovation - in the Public Sector, Jacob Torfing explores collaborative innovation as a way for public and private stakeholders to break the impasse.
Torfing draws on his own pioneering work in Europe as well as examples from the United States and Australia to construct a cross-disciplinary framework for studying collaborative innovation. The result is a theoretically and empirically informed book that carefully demonstrates how multi-actor collaboration can enhance public collaborative innovation in the face of fiscal constraint, the proliferation of wicked problems, and the presence of unsatisfied social needs.
Jacob Torfing is a professor at Roskilde University, director of the Roskilde School of Governance in Denmark and a professor in the Faculty of Social Sciences at University of Nordland. Read more about Jacob Torfing.
Introduction: Collaborative Innovation in the Public Sector
1. Defining and Contextualizing Innovation in the Public Sector
2. Collaborative Interaction as a Source of Public Innovation
3. Towards a Theory of Collaborative Innovation
4. Triggering Innovation and Collaboration
5. Mobilizing and Empowering Actors and Institutionalizing Interaction
6. Enhancing Mutual, Expansive and Transformative Learning
7. Making and Implementing Bold and Creative Decisions
8. Diffusing Public Innovation through Collaborative Networks
9. Enhancing Collaborative Innovation through Leadership and Management
10. Reforming Public Governance, Enhancing Collaborative Innovation
Conclusion: Summary Propositions about Collaborative Innovation
About the Author
Collaborative Innovation er omtalt i "Væksthus for ledelse".
- Marts 2017
“In this path-breaking book, Torfing shows how collaborative innovation is an important component of new public governance and an essential approach to dealing with wicked societal problems that inescapably cross organizational boundaries. His work will be of abiding interest to both scholars and practitioners.” – Sanford Borins, Professor of Public Management, University of Toronto, and Research Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School
“Collaborative Innovation in the Public Sector is a highly recommended resource for researchers and informed practitioners interested in public sector governance networks. . . . Most importantly, readers learn how collaboration, activated throughout all phases of the innovation process, can increase the potential for innovation in governance networks to occur.”— Nancy Roberts, Professor Emerita, Department of Defense Analysis, Naval Postgraduate School