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Change Room 14 - Epic Fails

Change Room 14 - Epic Fails

We've all been there

Innovation means change.

Change is risky, but what we learn from failure helps us find success.  So what does failure mean in a public-sector context?

Can government be brave? In this special Change Room event, we boldly go where everyone’s gone before but doesn’t talk about; failure.  

Your Change Room host Geoff Paine asks people in power and government gurus about the right way to look at what goes wrong.

Event to be held as part of the annual Victorian Public Service Innovation Network Immersion event in Docklands Melbourne on 12 March 2020.

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