The Beehive Experiment

Fire Starter Festival

With over 1500 people attending 35 events during this year’s Fire Starter Festival we know that there is an appetite for sharing creativity, innovation and burning questions around how we can transform public services. However, we were conscious that many people were restricted in the number of events they could attend and we didn’t manage to capture the ways in which people were inspired to do something differently: on and individual, team or organisational basis.

For next year’s festival we thought we could try a ‘Beehive Experiment’ which we hope would allow greater sharing of learning and the opportunity to cross-pollinate ideas. Groups will be formed with members drawn from a variety of public services. Each member of a hive would go along to a different Fire Starter Festival event and then review the impact with their hive.

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