Join The Conversation: Help Create An Innovation Agenda For The Next Administration
from the talk-talk dept
Last week we announced an interesting project over at our Step2 crowdsourcing site, in which Darrell West of the Governance Studies program of The Brookings Institution was seeking feedback on a number of different items to include in a possible report on an “innovation agenda” for the next administration. There’s been a fantastic ongoing conversation over there, with people voting various items up and down, discussing the different items and many adding their own suggestions as well (some of which have received quite a few votes). It’s been really fascinating to watch, but it’s not over yet. If you just checked it out last week when it was announced, you’ve likely missed many of the ongoing discussions and additional items from other users. Go check it out.
Some of the more interesting discussions, from my perspective, aren’t necessarily those that are based on ideological differences, but those that focus on just what makes sense to be in an innovation agenda. Does it need to be clearly measurable? If you can’t determine if something succeeds, does that belong? I think these are good and useful questions. We’d love for you to join in as well with your own thoughts. If you already have a Techdirt account, it works on Step2 as well, so no need to create a new one. If you don’t have an account… well, it’s quick and easy to set one up.