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By  and Tim MazzarolCentre For Entrepreneurial Management, Crawley Wa and Tim Mazzarol

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Fax: +618 6488-1072Discussion Paper < Leading Innovation in Public Organisations> The government and non-profit sectors are faced with increasing pressures to adopt commercial orientations and competitive market responses. Managers within such organisations must lead innovation in the creation of new products, services and processes in order to survive. However, innovation is the offspring of creative, entrepreneurial minds with the willingness to take risks and commit to sustained persistent efforts. Managers within government and non-profit organisations are frequently challenged in achieving such innovation by structural impediments and ‘sticky’ organisational cultures. This paper examines these challenges and identifies pathways to overcoming such barriers with a view to unlocking the potential within organisations. Key Challenges Facing Public Sector Managers Over recent decades there has been a sea change in the managerial environment facing organisations within the government and non-profit sectors. The overall level of complexity associated with the operation of such organisations has increased dramatically, along with greater demands for accountability and responsiveness to community needs. For many government agencies their role a

Year: 2011
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