Our research is broadly motivated by two related questions:
- What drives technology innovation in complex government organizations?
- How can innovation be encouraged more effectively in this context?
To answer these questions requires a rich understanding of both the technologies being developed and the organizational settings that enable (or constrain) that development. As a result, our work is empirically grounded and draws methodological guidance from a wide range of engineering and social science disciplines. The below sections provide a brief snapshot of our research, past and present. For the most up to date information, please contact the highlighted author.
- Mapping Innovation Pathways
- Managing Innovation in an Epoch-Shock World
- Designing systems for evolvability through tinkerability, and openness
- Policy, Systems, and Innovation