As discussed in our blog post How do you achieve an Innovative Learning Organisation? we're looking at what makes for an innovative learning organisation - i.e. one that responds to increased change by experimenting and learning to inform what it does next and where and how it may need to innovate. We've included some of what we think that might mean for organisations and examples of tools (e.g. horizon scanning, design thinking and systems thinking) that might be helpful. We're very keen to hear from you about what you think, and any examples of public sector organisations that do this well. What do you think? What, in your experience, has worked or not worked? Who have you seen that's been good at this?