20 Tools for Innovating in Government

2019-09-18T12:26:16+01:00

This handbook is a digest of 20 tools that are proven to help innovation flourish inside government, based on Nesta's work over more than a decade in UK local and central government, as well as with more than 30 international governments.

Europe AgriFood Tech Investing Report 2018

2019-09-02T15:37:12+01:00

In this inaugural European food tech and agtech startup report in collaboration with F&A Next, Agfunder details the $1.6bn of funding across 421 deals. While this was on par with the total in 2017, there was 23% growth in the number of deals and the majority of activity took place at the earliest stages.

Ireland’s Competitiveness Scorecard 2019

2019-08-08T20:31:12+01:00

The National Competitiveness Council (NCC) reports to the Taoiseach and the Government, through the Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation on key competitiveness issues facing the Irish economy and offers recommendations on policy actions required to enhance Ireland’s competitive position.

A compendium of innovation methods

2019-08-08T14:35:22+01:00

This compendium brings together some of Nesta's innovation experience over the years. Each section gives a simple introduction to the method and describes Nesta’s work in relation to it. In each case they have also provided a link to further relevant resources and inspiration on their website.

Move fast and fix things

2019-08-08T14:51:50+01:00

This report counters the long-held caricature of the state as a slow, lumbering, bureaucratic machine and sets out to find the people, processes and practices in government that are ‘moving fast, and fixing things’ and demonstrating a new kind of public entrepreneurship. It draws on several examples of work done in Northern Ireland.

The 2014 Intellectual Capital Report

2019-08-08T18:22:34+01:00

The main objectives of this study are to gain an insight of the level of awareness amongst indigenous MATRIX industry-based Northern Irish businesses of their Intellectual Capital and examine the processes that may be employed to drive and support economic growth by exploiting intellectual capital and local innovation.

The First Matrix Report 2007

2019-08-08T16:41:41+01:00

The report highlights the need to create and maintain a new working environment for business, government and academia where they can combine their resources in a market led approach to innovation.