In order to be effective, all innovation needs to be managed – innovative organisations balance risk across all three areas. And in this I see a role for the public sector, both in encouraging enterprise within and without its own bounds. I suggest three key areas of focus: public intrapreneurship; the public entrepreneur and the entrepreneurial local state.
Dr Neil Stott, Executive Director of the Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses the public sector’s role in encouraging enterprise in his latest blog post.
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