Jamming offers a high-energy, massively diverse environment which focusses firmly on doing, not talking. By moving through a common innovation process, participants move away from well-trodden paths, building on each other’s ideas to take practical, constructive steps towards novel solutions. The Global GovJam open to everybody who is interested in the public services, and who […]Read more "Less Talking… More Doing"
See for yourself. Here is a trailer for the event prepared by GovJamHQ GovJam Trailer from GovJam HQ on Vimeo. Bangkok Public Service (Gov) Jam 2014 – YouTube Video Bangkok – Bike Share – YouTube Video GovJam Turku 2013 – YouTube VideoRead more "What happens at a GOVJAM?"
As a participant in the Global GovJam, you will work through a whole design process in just two working days. Whether you are experienced or completely new to the field, you won’t just be talking about creating or improving public services, you will be working with others on developing concrete ideas and designs which could […]Read more "Why should I participate?"
On the 9th June, people interested in public sector services will meet in locations dotted around the globe. They will be public servants, designers, students, academics, business people, service users, mums, kids and grand-dads. In a spirit of experimentation, innovation, co-operation and friendly competition, teams will have less than 48 hours to develop and prototype completely […]Read more "Jam Timetable"
Not quite sure what to expect at the Global GovJam? Here is the intro video from last year’s event.Read more "Global GovJam 2014: Opening Theme"
We are going to be hanging out in the creative hub of Whangarei by the Old Library for two and a half days! Whangarei District Council has kindly provided us space again this year in Forum North opposite the Councils customer centre. #LoveItHere!Read more "Where are we going to Jam?"