Jens Peter Jensen


Jens Peter JensenJens Peter Jensen is a project director at MidtLab, an innovation catalyst agency of the Central Denmark Region. He has more than 25 years of international work experience, most of it as a managing director of a publicly owned consultant agency. For more than two decades he has been involved in management training in China. His work assignments cover a large number of countries in East Asia, South East Asia and Africa. He is an international consultant for The University of Cambridge International Examinations. At MidtLab, he is a senior innovation specialist focusing in particular on cross-sector innovation between the private, public and third sectors. Jens Peter Jensen has a MA in British and American culture. Most of his leadership training was at universities in Singapore and Ohio, USA.

International Co-operation: Seek Interference, Not Interaction!

“We welcome your visit, but only if you are prepared to enter meaningful collaboration immediately!” This is the message that the Innovation Unit of the Central Denmark Region distribute to our international colleagues – and it seems to work. A case of breaking the paradigm of co-creating in the public sector.

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