Ping pong tables, co-working spaces and standing desks: Governments across the world are shift their styles and adapting their culture to attract the best talent.

A report from Microsoft and the Economist brings advice from private sector leaders on what has worked for them.

Government is recruiting from Silicon Valley and competing with local startups for developers and data scientists. The most technologically savvy people in the office are often the youngest people.

Agencies have to find away to marry their skills with senior officials’ experience. Government leaders have to learn new skills, and as a result, new public sector roles are appearing.

There’s a fine balance to this. Even overreliance on technology and data can spin your agency out of control.

The report shares experience on what government leaders need to know to introduce these changes.

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