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Introduction

Public servants are constantly encouraged to do everything faster in the name of innovation and agility.

Highlights

  • Being agile is not just an IT thing, but relies on wider organizational processes.

Features and Benefits

  • Regulations are commonly used to block change that could deliver innovative outcomes.
  • The DTA's Digital Transformation Agenda explicitly recognizes the importance of regulatory change to enable digital government initiatives.

Key questions answered

  • The understanding that government innovation will be dependent on all the external, non-technical, environmental factors, is a welcome sign of increased maturity.
  • The report into the ABS census failure has confirmed underlying cultural and business process problems in the preceding 18 months leading up to the technical failure.

Table of contents

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  • Summary
  • Agile is not just an IT thing
  • Change the regulations to change the processes
  • Be clear when regulation is being used to block change

Appendix

  • Further reading
  • Author

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