Governments around the world face innumerable challenges. Organisational silos and fragmented access to information prevent good pockets of work from improving the whole system; an aversion to risk and layers of bureaucracy stifle new ideas; institutional rivalries prevent government bringing its whole weight to bear; badly designed public services waste money and damage the relationship with citizens.
These are problems civil servants have to deal with on a daily basis. In this guide, we outline how and where to develop the skills needed to contend with these myriad problems — and to thrive in the civil service.
You’ll find out how to take your work to the next level, from learning about the skills needed to succeed in the government of the future, to a ‘reading list’ for government innovators and lessons on how to take risks and successfully experiment in your work.
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