Replication and diffusion is related to the ability to replicate and disseminate innovation, succeeding in the attempt to impact a larger number of citizens or communities. This mechanism lies on the fact that innovations developed by one public body can grow and be adopted by other public organisations, facilitating a digital innovation on a broader scale. A digital innovation strategy can indeed be instructed with different governance policies, from a strategy covering a single public administration, to a joint strategy serving multiple cities, also going beyond the county borders.
Specific strategies can be put in place to manage digital innovation, also considering the possibility to cover more administrations in the attempt of sharing solutions and benefitting from expertises otherwise not present within the body.
Theme(s): Governance - Governance