UKCES Futures Programme guidance document: innovation
A guide to innovating in the UK Futures Programme.
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The UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) is running a programme of competitions that target specific workforce development problems. Innovation is one of the most important qualities UKCES is looking for in potential solutions.
This guidance document explains:
- what is meant by innovation
- why it is important
- the risks that come with innovation
This is one of six separate UKCES Futures Programme guidance documents. The other five are:
- Engaging a wide range of employers
- Potential for impact
- Types of project
- Private and public contributions
- Testing and shared learning
You can download all the content in a single UK Future Programme guidance document.
There is an additional guide which provides information on the assessment criteria.
For more information please visit the UK Futures Programme introduction page.