We are the innovation unit for public services. As a not-for-profit social enterprise we're committed to using the power of innovation to solve social challenges. We have a strong track record of supporting leaders and organisations delivering public services to see and do things differently. They come to us with a problem and we empower them to achieve radically different solutions that offer better outcomes for lower costs.
If you're interested in innovation in public services then our regular newsletter will keep you up to date with insights, trends, examples and resources.
If you’re wondering what we can do for you, whether you lead, deliver, invest in or work with public services, download our brochure "Different, better, lower cost: innovation support for public services".
Innovation Unit are currently recruiting. We are looking for a Programme Lead (Health), a Project Coordinator and Researcher and a Trainee Project Coordinator and Reseacher. Come and support us to transform public services.
We are innovation experts. Many organisations include innovation as one of their areas of expertise. For us it is everything that we do. If it doesn’t count as innovation then we won’t get involved. Watch the video of our work in Buckinghamshire for a taste of how we work.
Welcome to Innovation Unit
21st March 2013
Radical Efficiency requires that innovators think again about the resources available in local communities. Different, better, lower cost cannot be achieved through the exploitation of those...
30th January 2013
In partnership with the World Innovation Summit for Education we have written 'Learning a Living,' a new book that focuses on radical innovation at the education/work interface. In the run up to its...
- Our intern programme is now our apprenticeship programme - different name same great opportunity - £18K p.r. 9 months t.co/cIqttbM34g
- Do you want to change the world? Do you want to do it using innovation? Come and work for us! t.co/ap44uCcCJn
- @francisclarke @streathamalley agree - we love this police reform example because it was developed with communities t.co/TMcQ8r5OOK