Vicky Shaw and Ed Steinmueller of the Transformative Innovation Policy Consortium consider the need to rethink business-as-usual and experiment with new ways of working. Learning and co-creation are the foundation for TIPC’s work on research, experimentation and evaluation. The consortium has invested in resources and methods to help align participants’ expectations and understanding over … from What does COVID-19 mean for policy learning and co-creation?
This research report examines the various practices, rationales and approaches associated with policy experimentation followed by a proposal of how experimentation can apply to advancing Transformative Innovation Policy (TIP) for Transformative Change. This document integrates and builds on an earlier version that outlined different types of Experimental Policy Engagements (EPEs) but adds to that a … from Transforming experimentation: Experimental policy engagements and their transformative outcomes
The 2017 conference “Prospects for Transformative Innovation” was the inaugural conference of the Consortium. This event was the finale to our pilot programme of activities for Transformative Innovation Policy Consortium’s founding members. We started to test ideas and rationales; built strong, productive relationships; and most crucially, begun to identify the directions to go and the … from 2017 TIP Conference Report