September 3, 2020

Innovation & Change Management: A Case Study From the Census Open Innovation Labs

Part 2 of our series, Pulling Back the Veil on Innovation in Government. Innovation & Change Management: A Case Study From the Census Open Innovation Labs, will take place on Thursday, September 3rd from 3 to 4:30pm ET. We hope you can join us!

The series, offered as a partnership between the Beeck Center for Social Impact + Innovation and the Tech Talent Project, highlights what's possible when you have the right teams at the table and explores what it really takes to successfully implement modern tech practices in government.

Join the US Census Bureau’s first Chief Innovation Officer and the Co-founders of the Census Open Innovation Labs, Mara Abrams, Lorena Molina-Irizarry, and Drew A Zachary. They will discuss what institutional innovation and change management look like in practice by exploring short case studies from the US Census Bureau’s Open Innovation Labs including: The Opportunity Project, Census Accelerate/Creatives for the Count, and the Human Centered Design employee training program. This will be a particularly fascinating conversation given recent developments.

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