Going global – CPI’s insights into innovation spread across the Commonwealth
Posted by: Monica Fenwick on February 27, 2013
A network of senior civil servants, government heads, researchers and academics has published CPI’s insights into innovation in its annual review.
The Commonwealth Association for Public Administration and Management (CAPAM) reproduced CPI’s Insights into Innovation booklet as an example of “creative thinking”.
CAPAM’s Commonwealth Innovations Review for 2012 includes contributions from “creative thinkers with the vision to grasp new ideas and the drive to adapt them to long standing public services challenges.”
The organisation was founded in 1994 to exchange information and knowledge between Commonwealth countries and “define and promote the practical requirements of good governance, just and honest government and fundamental political values”. It now has a network of more than 1,100 members in more than 50 countries across the world.
As a member of CAPAM, CPI’s Managing Director, Mark Napier, has spoken at one of the organisation’s prestigious conference.
Mark added: “We’re delighted that CAPAM has published our thoughts in its journal. An exchange views is so important in the world of innovation and we’re pleased to be leading the debate.
“Anyone with an interest in improving public services, saving money and delivering better outcomes will be interested in reading CAPAM’s review.”
You can download the Commonwealth Innovations Review here.
You can download CPI’s Insights into Innovation booklet here.
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