8 a.m. - Registration and welcome coffee
9 a.m. - Opening Session
10 a.m. - The Art of Innovation: how to create conditions for innovation to happen
Moderator: Genildo Lins, Ministry of Planning, Budget and Management, Brazil
- Luiz de Mello, Deputy Director, Public Governance and Territorial Development Directorate, OECD
- Maryantonett Flumian, President of Institute on Governance, Canada
- Thomas Prehn, Head of MindLab, Denmark
2:30 p.m. - Public Sector Innovation: contexts, concepts and challenges
Moderator: Cristiano Heckert, Secretário de Logística e Tecnologia da Informação do Ministério do Planejamento, Orçamento e Gestão, Brasil
- Antonio Isidro Filho, University of Brasilia (UnB)
- Brenton Caffin, Director of Innovation Skills, NESTA, United Kingdom
Mariano Laplane, President of the Centro de Gestão e Estudos Estratégicos
- Wolfgang Drechsler, Professor, Ragnar Nurkse School of Innovation and Governance, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
4 p.m. - Coffee Break + networking
4:15 p.m. - Fomenting Public Sector Innovation: induction strategies
Moderator: Gledson Pompeu, Federal Court of Accounts (TCU), Brazil
- Cibele Franzese, Fundação Getúlio Vargas
- Stéphane Vincent, co-founder and director, La 27e Région, France
- Marcelo Tambascia, 3M, Brazil
- Marco Daglio, Project Leader, Observatory of Public Sector Innovation (OECD)
- Renato Simões, Assessor Especial do Ministro para Participação Social Secretaria de Governo - Presidência da República
6:30 p.m. - Closing session
9 p.m. - Government Innovation Labs: international experiences
Moderator: Pedro Luiz Costa Cavalcante, Ministry of Planning, the Budget and Management, Brazil
- Nicholas Gruen, Chairman of the Australian Centre for Social Innovation (TACSI), Australia
- Stephanie Wade, Director, Innovation Lab, Office of Personnel Management, United States
- Juan Felipe López Egaña, Government Lab (Laboratorio de Gobierno), Chile
- Thuli Radebe, Chief Executive, Centre for Public Service innovation, South Africa
10:30 a.m.- Coffee Break + networking
11 a.m. - National Innovative Experiences
Moderator: José Eduardo Elias Romão, IPEA, Brazil
- Fabiana Ruas, Centro de Inovação, Tribunal de Contas da União (TCU), Brasil
- Wagner Vilas Boas de Souza - Secretário-Executivo Adjunto do Ministério da Educação
- Luis Felipe Bismarchi Consultor de Organização e Estratégia - SUICE
- Virgínia Bracarense Lopes, Diretora da Central de Compras e Contratações, Ministério do Planejamento, Orçamento e Gestão
12:30 p.m.- Lunch
2:30 p.m. - Daring to change: Removing barriers to innovation in the public sector
Moderator: Gianna Sagazio, Director of Innovation, National Confederation of Industry (CNI), Brazil
- Adrian Brown, Executive Director of the Centre for Public Impact, Switzerland
- Pedro Farias, Modernization of State Principal Specialist, Inter-American Development Bank (IADB), United States
- Rainério Rodrigues Leite, Federal Court of Accounts (TCU), Brazil
4 p.m. - Coffee Break + networking
4:30 p.m. - Ways for public sector innovation in Brazil
Moderator: Patrícia Brito de Ávila, Secretária de Gestão Pública Adjunta do Ministério do Planejamento, Orçamento e Gestão, Brasil
- Fernando Abrúcio, Professor, Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV), Brazil
- Gleisson Rubin, President of the Brazilian National School of Public Administration (ENAP), Brazil
5:30 p.m. - Closing session
MORNING COURSES - 9 a.m. till 1 p.m.
CURSO 1: IT AND INNOVATION
Professor: , MINDLAB, DENMARK
Objectives: Discuss the opportunities and challenges about the usage of Information Technology to improve the quality and efficiency of Public Service Delivery sector. To explore the use of e-gov as an expansion strategy to facilitate access and improve citizens participation, in order to develop better transparency mechanisms and accountability of public administration.
CURSO 2: FROM BEHAVIOURAL INSIGHTS TO PUBLIC IMPACT
Objectives: Present cases of successfull production of positive impacts by public administration actions he experienced on different continents. The exchange of experience between policy makers at the international level is an important way to enhance the impact of measures and can bring valuable insights to solve public problems and inspire initiatives for the Brazilian government.
CURSO 3: KNOWLEDGE AND INNOVATION MANAGEMENT IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR
Objectives: Present the technique known as "Storytelling" - an innovative tool for knowledge management in organizations.
CURSO 4: INOVAÇÃO COLABORATIVA: A IMPORTÂNCIA DAS REDES (4h)
Objectives: Present some possibilities of collaboration between managers, servers and citizens, as a way to create innovative solutions for solving problems that arise in the implementation of public policies.
CURSO 5: GESTÃO DE PROJETOS DE INOVAÇÃO NO SETOR PÚBLICO (4h)
Objectives: Present project management techniques focused on public sector innovation, aiming to promote a culture of collaboration, meeting the demands of society and adding to the development of public organizations.
AFTERNOON COURSES - 2 p.m. till 6 p.m.
CURSO 6: DESIGN THINKING FOR PUBLIC SERVICES
Objectives: Present the concept of design thinking and the innovation methodologies associated with it for managers and public servers.
CURSO 7: PROMOTING INNOVATION IN THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT
Objectives: Questions how the relationship between levels of government can be thought out and articulated in order to jointly produce innovation and generate synergy in areas where powers are shared or where there is interdependence between Brazilian federal, state and municipal administrations. International experiences and particularly the french case are analysed in order to subsidize that quest
CURSO 8: DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES AND NEW FORMS OF INTERACTION BETWEEN GOVERNMENT AND SOCIETY
Objectives: Present the opportunities and challenges represented by the use of digital technologies in the formulation of public policies, in the provision of public services and in matters of accountability and transparency of government actions.
CURSO 9: INNOVATION AND PUBLIC SERVICES DESIGN
Objectives: The course aims to answer some key questions necessary to innovate in Brazilian Public Administration: What are the main obstacles to innovation in the public service, and how to overcome them? What are the best practices and tools to generate new ideas and prototyping new public services? How to connect government and society in order to co-create services and processes that will be more compliant to the needs of society? How to mobilize and stimulate public servants and agencies to innovate? What can we learn from those who made it happen?