Idea for challenge:
How might we accelerate innovation in the public sector?

Focus on implementation

To boost more durable and less resource consuming innovations we need to focus on implementation.

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  • David Fredman 2 weeks ago

    To elaborate a bit. Innovations are great but without implementation it will not come to use. Or with bad implementation it may even lead to the rejection of great innovation. To give an example. The electric scooters in Stockholm Great innovation, indisputable. Easy, fun transportation and a cool thing that could work to solve clogged public transportation and possibly reduce cars in the urban environment. But without thorough thought of implementation this good innovation has now become an issue and a problem. An implementation strategy should have considered parking, recharging and safety for users. Now they are parked everywhere, blocking sidewalks and creating problems for those with impaired sight and there is an increase in accidents with scooters and without helmet at high speed in traffic a fatal accident is nearly loud to happened. So now the discussions around this great innovation is more focused on problems created rather than the sought for solutions... So bad implementation may wreck a great innovation. Stay safe /david

  • Guest user 1 week ago

    Couldn’t agree more. One thing to ad is that implementation must be allowed to take time. A lot of great innovations aren’t accepted right away. In the implementation process the right methods and KPIs must be applied.

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