Anyone who has worked within a public body, as I have, can attest to the ebb and flow of inertia and innovation as policy entrepreneurs seek to change, innovate or carve out new resources or power bases. Change has become endemic in our public services. Leaving issues of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ innovation for another time, suffice it to say that public bodies have developed deep resources of intrapreneurship to manage the changing demands of policy and policymakers.
Dr Neil Stott, Executive Director of the Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes on public enterprise.
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