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New development: Enhancing regional innovation capabilities through formal public service communities of practice

Gary Walpole Orcid Logo, Emily Bacon Orcid Logo, Katie Beverley, Carla De Laurentis, Kay Renfrew, Jennifer Rudd Orcid Logo

Public Money and Management, Volume: 42, Issue: 8, Pages: 1 - 4

Swansea University Authors: Gary Walpole Orcid Logo, Emily Bacon Orcid Logo, Kay Renfrew, Jennifer Rudd Orcid Logo

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Public services have recently experienced a ‘perfect storm’: dealing with challenges including the task demands of Covid-19, increased financial pressures derived from the pandemic and its impact on future revenue flows, and obligations to meet carbon reduction targets. In the UK they have also been...

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Published in: Public Money and Management
ISSN: 0954-0962 1467-9302
Published: Informa UK Limited 2022
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description Public services have recently experienced a ‘perfect storm’: dealing with challenges including the task demands of Covid-19, increased financial pressures derived from the pandemic and its impact on future revenue flows, and obligations to meet carbon reduction targets. In the UK they have also been impacted by Brexit. However, limited formal programmes are available to public service organizations (PSOs) that enhance the capabilities required to develop solutions to their challenges. This article presents a novel programme for PSOs that supports them in co-designing regional new service solutions that embed circular economy principles.
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