At the School of Government and Public Transformation, we believe that entrepreneurship is the path to local, regional, and even global development. We have the ability to create knowledge and to train human capital that will produce proposals to solve our most-pressing problems. We want public entrepreneurs to come to and be born in our School who will develop the new ways of handling politics and citizenship and who will transform society through social innovation and ideas for new business, liaison, and collaboration models.
What is Public Entrepreneurship?
Public entrepreneurship is working together to go after public opportunities beyond controlled resources.
A public entrepreneur is someone with the know-how, the energy, the influence, and the ability to tap into opportunities; who deals with social problems and who pitches solutions to those in charge of public policy. He or she works outside the formal government system to introduce, translate, and put into practice innovative ideas in public-sector activities, providing leverage so that the government can work more efficiently and can reach its objectives for economic and social development.
LET, the Home of Public Entrepreneurs
The School of Government and Public Transformation hopes to be a place where transformative leaders come together to build better realities through entrepreneurship and innovation.
We want public entrepreneurs to grow and be born here who will develop new ways of dealing with politics and citizenship and who will transform society through social innovation and the creation of new business, liaison, and collaboration models.