Around the world, governments are faced with new demands, increased expectations and a fast growing array of new technologies and tools by which such demands and expectations can be met.
The Innovations in Government course is provided by Mohammad Bin Rashid Center for Government Innovation, to offer key frameworks and tools for promoting excellence in the public sector and fostering innovative policy solutions to the 21st century challenges in government. It presents the Mohammed Bin Rashid Center for Government Innovation frameworks, and offers case studies from leading government around the world including Singapore, UK, US, Canada, and United Arab Emirates.
The course is designed for government employees who are interested in learning more about innovation, and who aspire to improve their institutions performance. It offers innovative methods and tools to inspire innovative ideas and find solutions to the challenges that face government entities.
What You Will Learn
- The definition of innovation in public work
- Innovation measurement tools
- Innovation management
- The MBRCGI Innovation Methodology
What will the course add to you
To get a course completion
certificate, documented in the course
To add a certificate to your CV and gain more experience
To improve your job prospects and enhance your professional skills False
Vice-Chair, Global Agenda Council on the Future of Government, World Economic Forum Visiting Fellow, Cranfield School of Management, UK Senior Advisor, Oxford Analytica, UK Adjunct Professor, Hult International Business School, USA Senior Advisor, Harvard International Negotiations Program, Harvard University, USA Adjunct Professor, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore Fellow, Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government (previously Dubai School of Government), UAE Yasar today is a Partner in two Middle East based startups working in the Public Sector and Social Impact space (www.taqarabu.com and www.iag.sg).