Embracing Innovation in Government: Global Trends (OECD)

The need for and the potential of innovation has never been greater

The OECD’s Observatory of Public Sector Innovation (OPSI), in partnership with the UAE’s Mohammed Bin Rashid Centre for Government Innovation, conducted a global review of the ways governments are transforming their operations and improving the lives of their people though innovation. This is the third annual report on innovation trends.

Extensive research into innovation trends and examples in OECD member and non-members countries was carried out, as well as a “Call for Innovations” crowdsourcing exercise to identify examples of innovations in governments worldwide.  In total, 542 innovations from 84 countries were analysed.

The report identified three key trends in government innovation. To show the real-life application of these trends and their impacts, 10 initiatives were selected for case studies in the report. 

Miquel Estapé

Miquel Estapé is a civil servant, passionate about driving the digital government transformation and to foster public innovation for the common good within an open society. He is an open-minded person, always eager to learn. He brings over 20 years of professional experience delivering digital transformation and innovation projects with a broad executive experience in government and working in consulting firms for several industries. Currently, he is Deputy Director of the Open Government of Catalonia and Vice-president of the Public Management of Catalonia Association. He has been eBusiness Director of Mazars Consulting, Major of la Roca del Vallès town hall and Vice-president of the Vallès Oriental county hall. He is a Telecommunications Engineer by the Polytechnic University of Catalonia and the University of London. He has done several executive education programs in IESE, University of Navarra.

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