Systemic Perspectives and the Covid-19 Crisis | OECD OPSI Webinar | 25 June 2020 – YouTube

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Systemic Perspectives and the Covid-19 Crisis | OECD OPSI Webinar | 25 June 2020 – YouTube
 

Systemic Perspectives and the Covid-19 Crisis | OECD OPSI Webinar | 25 June 2020

26 Jun 2020
 
The world has gone through a shock in the past few months, and through this time, the vulnerabilities and inefficiencies present in our systems have become more apparent. These include vulnerabilities to healthcare, food and trade system, employment and social security systems, risks posed by biodiversity and climate change, the push for digital transformation and automation, growing socio-economic inequalities, and many more. The effects of the crisis are manifold and cascading. Confronted with these challenges, it is not surprising that more and more voices are calling for true transformation of existing governance systems. Yet, we are already heading back towards the ‘normal’ or the ‘new normal’ and the window of the opportunity for systemic change may go unused. We need to ensure that governments sieze this opportunity for change rather than “wasting the crisis.” In this webinar, we will discuss how systems approaches could be used for true transformation in a post-Covid19 world. We will be joined by special guests with specialized and practical experience in the field: – Dr. Andrea Cooper, Deputy Director of the Policy Innovation Unit at the UK Cabinet Office – Marco Steinberg, the Founder of Snowcone & Haystack – Prof. Dr. Ira Helsloot, Professor of Governance of Safety and Security at the Radboud University – Laurent Bontoux, Senior Foresight Expert, European Commission Joint Research Centre This webinar is part of our European Commission Horizon 2020 webinar series exploring topics in public sector innovation. Find out more about OPSI’s work through Horizon 2020 here: https://oecd-opsi.org/our-work/horizo… The Observatory for Public Sector Innovation (OPSI) is a global forum for public sector innovation. In a time of increasing complexity, rapidly changing demands and considerable fiscal pressures, governments need to understand, test and embed new ways of doing things. Learn more about OPSI here: https://oecd-opsi.org/ Follow us on twitter: https://twitter.com/OPSIgov

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Systemic Perspectives and the Covid-19 Crisis | OECD OPSI Webinar | 25 June 2020 – YouTube