Ever wonder how innovation can impact even the largest organizations in the world — governments? Interested in bringing more innovation into your life? If so, then you don’t want to miss our next chat with the incredibly dynamic Shrupti Shah, Managing Director of the GovLab, Deloitte’s flagship federal think tank and innovation center.
Shrupti leads GovLab on behalf of Deloitte Consulting’s federal government practice in Washington, DC. GovLab works closely with senior government executives and thought leaders from across the globe. GovLab fellows conduct research on critical issues and emerging ideas that shape the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. She is a performance management and public policy specialist with 15 years of experience in the public and private sector and has worked across governments, the International Labor Organization, the World Bank, and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), to name a few.
Nov 8, 2018 @ 6:00 pm
Prior to joining the federal practice at Deloitte, Shrupti was a director in Deloitte UK’s strategy practice, where she led a program to design and develop a strategy function at a UK government department and helped develop a diagnostic tool to measure and improve innovation in public sector organizations. She also advised a government in the Arabian Peninsula on its strategy for private sector “Emiratization” (labor market policies to influence the size and makeup of the private sector labor force) and supported another government in the region on the development of its social policy and welfare programs.
Previously, Shrupti was a senior civil servant at the UK’s Department for Work and Pensions, where she led an innovative pilot that engaged employers in the design and delivery of employment training programs. She has also served as a national expert for the European Commission, where she oversaw European Social Fund (labor market) programs with a total budget of $10 billion.
Shrupti has degrees from Oxford University and the London School of Economics. She completed her training at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.