Objective - The objective of this study is to elaborate that innovation in public sector organizations (PSOs), especially in delivery of public service, is not mostly determined by top management in the public sector. A new paradigm of public management has led to the creation of a new cooperation scheme across actors in forms of co-design, co-production, and collaboration between public service supplier(s) and users. In the public sector, interconnectedness among actors to make innovation in public service delivery is rare. Methodology/Technique - The method of this research is a case study of 3 different health agencies (Puskesmas) in the Regency of Banyuwangi, East Java Province, Indonesia. All three Puskesmas agencies represent 3 different cultures influencing the practice of innovation in public health service delivered by them. Finding - The findings reveals that the practice of innovation in public service delivery within new paradigm of public management by which interconnectedness between public agency and local communities has occured. The findings of this study show that there is strikingly different impact of innovation delivered by the 3 Puskesmas agencies. Novelty - This study contributes to existing literature on public or organizational management that culture values of local communities as target groups cannot be neglected in implementing innovation in PSOs.Type of Paper - Empirical.
|Title of host publication||Innovation in Delivering Public Health Service: Practice In Banyuwangi Regency – Indonesia|
|Publisher||Global Academy of Training and Research|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|