Human Learning Systems Series
In this series, we highlight the stories of government changemakers who are pioneering this approach – their breakthrough moments, successes, and what they’ve learned from failure – as well as what we’re learning from them along the way.
Renewing the Czech child protection system
How adaptive management is changing international development
Learning as a strategy to improve national education – insights from the Finnish National Agency for Education’s Innovation Centre
Public sector porkies – 10 years of lying up the hierarchy
Beyond adaptation: lessons from the frontline on how shared learning fosters trust
Public services as if people matter: Doing commissioning differently in Liverpool
Human Learning Systems
The Centre for Public Impact’s Vision for Better Government talks about the importance of complexity, human relationships and continuous learning.
This is what the Human Learning Systems approach to public management explores. In partnership with Collaborate, Dr Toby Lowe’s research at Newcastle Business School with public and voluntary sector leaders and managers to develop a different way to do public management.