Associate Director, Public Services and Communities
Ian Burbidge and Luke Timmons make the case for the Public Entrepreneur. How can we solve intractable public problems through entrepreneurial approaches to finding solutions that deliver public value? How can those acting ...
10th July 2018
Ian Burbidge and Luke Timmons argue that there is a place for both national consistency and local autonomy in the UK's health system, but that this requires a return to the entrepreneurial spirit found in the best of local ...
With the post-Christmas resolutions looming, when we try to address the worst of our seasonal over-indulgences, the question remains: how can we give up bad habits for good?
From anti-tobacco campaigners to Black Lives Matters, social movements have a history of driving change. But how do social movements work, and how can we make change happen at a smaller scale in our communities?
To tackle the challenges faced by our public services, we need to learn to think like a system and act like an entrepreneur, argues Ian Burbidge.