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Five Gov 2.0 tips for training future leaders
Monday - 11/15/2010, 3:09pm EST
- Highlight the 'awesomeness' of a government career
Let students know about the various jobs that involve technology in government and the skills needed for those jobs.
- Make 'Innovations in Government' a core course
This would not have to be a "strictly techy" course but would be based more on case studies.
- Produce technology-related cases
Incorporate technology in other courses, such as econ, stats and management.
- Develop a civic innovation incubator
Hook up students with experts in business and entrepreneurship.
- Model the behavior you want to see in government
The school can create an "ideascale like platform" that allows students to participate in the planning and decision-marking process.
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