As part of the lead-up to Government After Shock, the Observatory of Public Sector Innovation (OPSI) is conducting a range of interviews with leaders and practitioners. These interviews are intended to provide a window into different experiences of the crisis and diverse reflections upon what it might mean for government, now and into the future. Additional interviews will be added on an ongoing basis.

How to listen?

You can listen to the interview series through the SoundCloud links on this page below, or on our SoundCloud page here.

You can also listen via podcasting apps. For now, you can listen via Spotify, with the Google Podcasts and Apple Podcasts coming soon!
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Interview 8 – Jemma Greene
This episode, Alex Roberts speaks with Jemma Greene, the Executive Director for Transformation at the South Metropolitan Health Service in Perth, Australia, about the disruption of government, creating structures to connect people from inside and outside of government, and “becoming fearless” in the public sector. 
Follow Jemma on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/jemma_greene  

 


Interview 7 – Dr. Juhani Damski
In this interview, Alex Roberts is joined by Dr Juhani Damski, Permanent Secretary of the Finnish Ministry of Environment, as well as Juho Korpi, Development Director also at the Ministry of Environment.Follow Juhani Damski on Twitter: twitter.com/JuhaniDamski 
Follow Juho Korpi on Twitter: twitter.com/juho_korpi

 


Interview 6 – Saskia Van Uffelen
Matt Finch is joined by Saskia Van Uffelen, the Belgian Digital Champion (www.digitalbelgium.be) as well as a Vice-President of the digital services company GFI.
Follow Saskia on Twitter at: twitter.com/vusaskia

 


Interview 5 – Petra Nilsson Andersen
In this interview, Matt Finch is joined by Petra Nilsson Andersen, Senior Advisor and Business Developer at the Norwegian Digitalisation Agency, to talk about the importance of trust, finding the balance between digital and physical, and how to keep the experimental mindset in the public sector.
Follow Petra on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/petranian1

 


Interview 4 – Marco Daglio
In this interview, Deputy Head of the OECD’s Observatory of Public Sector Innovation, Alex Roberts, speaks with Marco Daglio, Head of the Observatory of Public Sector Innovation about the crisis and Government After Shock.
Follow Marco on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/DaglioM

 
 


Interview 3 – Robert Hoge
In this interview, Matt Finch speaks with Robert Hoge about the crisis and Government After Shock. Robert is the Executive Director of Strategic Communications, Queensland Health, Australia.
Follow Robert on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/RobertHoge

 


Interview 2 – Caroline Paulick-Thiel
In this interview, John Wells speaks with Caroline Paulick-Thiel. Caroline is the Director of Politics for Tomorrow.
Find out more about Politics for Tomorrow here: https://www.politicsfortomorrow.eu/
Follow Caroline on Twitter: https://twitter.com/paulickthiel

 


Interview 1 – Julia Stamm
In this interview, John Wells speaks with Julia Stamm. Julia is the Founder and CEO of the Futures Project.
Find out more about the Futures Project here: https://futures-project.org/