Radical Efficiency: spreading the message online

November 3, 2009 at 3:57 pm Leave a comment

By Peter Baeck

Radical efficiency is not just about a different cheaper and more efficient way of delivering public services.  It is also about a different, more open, and with your help both better and more efficient, way of conducting research. On our Wiki you can now read about the project, the Radical Efficiency model, follow what we read etc. Based on our work with radical efficiency we have developed a set of propositions. We will post these on the Radical Efficiency blog, and hope to discuss these with everybody interested.  As a part of our research we come across tons of interesting reading and at least twice a week a member of our team is attending seminars and workshops out of the office. We  don’t want to keep all this good knowledge to our selves, so follow our tweets if you want to learn what we learn.

We hope you will follow us on twitter,  read our wiki, and comment on our blog.


Entry filed under: Innovation Policy, Innovation Worldwide.

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