Co-creation is often considered a business term. In reality, it is a method for decision making that is applicable far beyond business strategy. It is at its core highly democratic and, increasingly, governments are turning to co-creation techniques to make better decisions and analyze policy questions. In our initial report, released early in 2014, we sought to define co-creation in the public realm. Our additional research will focus on specific examples being put to the test now and previews of what may be coming as co-creation techniques are applied.

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