In 2018, Gabriel Risola, Hank Kune and Paolo Martinez wrote the Innovation Camp Methodology Handbook, Realising the potential of the Entrepreneurial Discovery Process for Territorial Innovation and Development. A ‘how to guide’ into the field of innovation camps. It is a tool for regional and urban policy makers to decide whether and – in which circumstances – to organise an Innovation Camp, and for practitioners to design and run it. It describes where and when to hold an Innovation Camp, the key roles and responsibilities of organisers and participants, and how the methodology works in practice. There are descriptions of factors to consider before, during, and after running a Camp, and tips to help organisers and facilitators in designing an effective process. The Handbook guides the reader through this open and effective method – a method that has already been applied, with a success, in 10 countries. You can find the here
In 2015 Pia Lappalainen, Markku Markkula and Hank Kune edited a book about Orchestrating Regional Innovation Ecosystems. It is available for downloading as pdf here
In 2003, Hank Kune and Frank van Erkel wrote an essay about rapid prototyping in policy decision-making.
Today it remains a basic text on prototyping in a policy environment, and on how to create more resilient decision-making.
It is only in Dutch, and you can find it here.