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Open these: links for open policy makers (week 9)

Welcome to Open these, a regular post dedicated to the blogs, reports and discussions from the week we think open policy practitioners will enjoy.Leave the authors a comment or join the conversation on Twitter! #openpolicy

 

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Labcraft: a co-created book exploring successful innovation labs.

Dominic Campbell from Futuregov says we need a new generation of entrepreneurial public servants inside and outside of government.

Richard Pope's recipe for starting and prototyping projects.

Rita McGrath blogs for Harvard Business Review on management's three eras: are we moving into a new era of empathy and networks?

Zaid Hassan on what makes social labs social.

Brian Solis talks about understanding your digital customers.

Chris Starmer: we're past the early excitement of 'nudge', but behavioural economics still has much to add.

The Indian Government is crowdsourcing ideas online.

Rob Miller responds to David Briggs' Think Digital' seminar.

Iceland tried to crowdsource a constitution. Hélène Landemore explores why it didn't work.

 

 

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