The Prime Minister’s Office of Finland (VNK) invited Hellon to help them develop a more inclusive and collaborative process for writing ministry recommendations for the Finland of the future. Today government programs are informed by a series of recommendation reports given by key ministries with expertise across finance, environment, agriculture, transport, education, foreign affairs etc. Traditionally this process has been slow and rigid - with ministries working in silos even though their expert sectors inform, and are dependent on, one another. Alongside this, the recommendations typically only represent the thoughts and priorities of the lead secretary. This results in reports that are hard to compare against each other, often with conflicting recommendations, and do not successfully utilise all levels of ministry expertise.