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In the seveth blog of the Creative Councils series, Sarah Gillinson, partner at the Innovation Unit discusses the importance of the journey that the councils have been on during the programme
In the third blog of the Creative Councils series, Andrea Siodmok, chief designer, Cornwall Council encourages people to get out of the comfort zone and find room to think.
In the second blog of our series on our Creative Councils programme, David O’Leary from Monmouthshire County Council discusses how the ability to ‘fail fast fail forward’ has been the best route to innovative new ideas.
Philip Colligan introduces the first of a blog series exploring how local authorities can develop and implement radical innovations.
If the concept of co-production was once restricted to the margins, it’s certainly beginning to make its way into the mainstream.
Is data dull? The answer to this question is a resounding NO! In August 2010 NESTA launched a programme called Make it Local. The aim of the programme is to help show local authorities how to make the most of opening their data and working with digital developers to provide useful web-based services for their communities.