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Jun 20
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This session will explore the life cycles of public innovation labs, from its planned parenthood and early years to its maturity and final days. 

This exploration is a result of the gathering and research with ofover 40 innovation teams and practitioners from 10 different countries from Latin America, Canada and Portugal by the joint work of (011).Lab and GNova. 

We will share first-hand the findings and insights of this practice-led investigation soon to be launched as a publication. It is also a call to continue and expand that conversation among the authors, practitioners and innovation teams worldwide. We invite you to join us to explore the path of innovation units and the questions and challenges it raises, starting with birth, going through childhood, teenage years, maturity and death.

The session will be presented by the multidisciplinary research team:

Caio Werneck - Public Innovation and Design researcher
Elisabete Ferrarezi - Public Policy Specialist (PhD)
Isabella Brandalise - Civic innovation and public imagination consultant
Lucas Vaqueiro - Director of Methods and Competencies, (011.Lab)
Manuel Bonduki - lecturer at Insper and senior policy specialist in the Federal government of Brazil

Session in English with latin accent.

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011 Lab
(011).lab é o laboratório de inovação em governo da Prefeitura de São Paulo. Criado em 2017, o laboratório busca desenhar e melhorar serviços públicos, capacitar servidores para inovar e mobilizar comunidades de prática. Desde 2019 o 011.lab desenvolve o Programa Municipal de Linguagem Simples, iniciativa pioneira criado para simplificar a comunicação da Prefeitura de São Paulo.
The Government Innovation Lab - GNova - was created in 2016 to develop innovative solutions in projects with federal government institutions so public service can better respond to demands of society. GNova uses multidisciplinary methodologies inspired by design, social sciences and behavioral economics. It promote the culture and practice of innovation in public administration.
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