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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.
Rob Miller responds to David Briggs' Think Digital' seminar.
Iceland tried to crowdsource a constitution. Hélène Landemore explores why it didn't work.
Tweet of the week
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