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innovation, co-creation, EU, survey, Co-VAL

Preliminary survey results on innovation and the use of co-creation methods

The ‘D2.7 Preliminary survey results report ‘provides the descriptive preliminary survey results of the main survey in Co-VAL’s WP2, on innovation and the use of co-creation methods, amongst public sector managers in municipalities and national government organizations. Six European countries participated in the survey, France, Hungary, Spain, the Netherlands, Norway and the UK. The countries […]

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Understanding innovation through the 3 paradigms of Public Administration

In our latest report “Public Service Innovation Networks (PSINs): Collaborating for Innovation and Value Creation”, included in the Deliverable ‘D6.1: 4th Empirical approach to value co-creation in public services: structural transformations’, Benoît Desmarchelier, Faridah Djellal and Faïz Gallouj from the University of Lille, Center for Sociological and Economic Studies and Research (Clersé), address the issue […]

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Introducing Public Service Innovation Networks: Collaborating for Innovation & Value Creation

Recognising the significant role of collaborative innovation in Innovation Studies is something of paramount importance. As seen in the ‘Public Service Innovation Networks (PSINs): Collaborating for Innovation and Value Creation’ report included in the Deliverable ‘D6.1: 4th Empirical approach to value co-creation in public services: structural transformations’ there have been serious advances in the collaborative […]

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Save the Date: The Co-VAL & 30th RESER International Conference will be held in Madrid, on June 18th – 19th 2020!

The H2020 Co-VAL project and the European Association for Research on Services (RESER) are co-organising the ‘Co-VAL & 30th RESER International Conference: Value co-creation, Innovation and Digital Transformation in Public Services’, on June 18th – 19th 2020, in the University of Alcalá, in Madrid, Spain. Nowadays, public sector transformation requires thinking of inclusive ways of […]

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Lisbon Council’s new paper ‘The Public Data Opportunity: Why Governments Should Share More’ discusses how data-sharing can transform public services

Earlier this month, during the 2019 Digital Government Conference in Helsinki, the Lisbon Council launched ‘The Public-Data Opportunity: Why Governments Should Share More’, a new discussion paper after the insights gained at the workshop on ‘Public Sector Data: Still a Missed Opportunity’, held in Brussels on 4 June 2019. Based on the research conducted within […]

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digital service teams, government, public sector, digital transformation

New Paper ‘Digital service teams in government’ in GIQ!

In her newest published paper ‘Digital service teams in government’ in Government Information Quarterly (GIQ), Dr. Ines Mergel, Professor of Public Administration at the University of Konstanz, elaborated on how national governments are setting up digital service teams (DST), in order to respond to complex IT governance and societal challenges and to introduce digital transformation […]

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Government Information Quarterly, digital transformation

New Paper ‘Defining digital transformation: Results from expert interviews’ in GIQ!

Nowadays, there is a certain ambiguity – as well as lack of systematic empirical evidence – over how public administrators are defining digital transformation, based on their own daily practices, how they are approaching digital transformation projects, and what their anticipated outcomes are. In their newest published paper ‘Defining digital transformation: Results from expert interviews’ in […]

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