Rethinking Strategic Planning in E-Government | Dr. Terry Buss Executive Director and Professor Public Policy Carnegie Mellon University Australia
The presentation is the soft copy of the webinar conducted by Dr. Terry Buss. This presentation answer these questions:
How does E-government strategy relate to broader government strategic planning and civil service reform?
How can strategic planning be improved so that strategic initiatives in E-government might enjoy more prospects for success?
What problems still exist with strategic planning models that require solutions?
What have been the critical lessons learned in strategic planning over the past 20+ years?
It’s been nearly two decades since governments around the world began major strategic planning to guide policy making under the “New Public Management.” Drawing on strategic planning initiatives in the UK, NZ, Canada, Australia, and the United States, Dr. Buss offers managers insights into what worked well, what failed and what remains to be done. The seminar looks closely at strategic planning in the context of strategic leadership, change management, performance management, and civil service reform. A central focus of the seminar will be on e-government. Managers will learn what mistakes to avoid and how to develop state-of-the-art planning for the future.
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UN E-Government Survey 2012: Main Findings & Trends | Mr.Vincenzo Aquaro Chief of E-Government Branch UNDESA
The presentation is the soft copy of the webinar conducted by Mr.Vincenzo Aquaro. The United Nations Department of Economic & Social Affairs (UNDESA) publish the UN e-Government Survey every two years, a flagship product of UNDESA representing the only global publication listing a comparative assessment of global e-government development in 193 countries, including indicators, strategies, tools & best practices. The survey taps into the collective wisdom of the global strategists and practitioners in how they leverage e-government to better serve the public.Presenting the main findings and trend of the 2012 , suggests a way forward for governments to move towards greater innovation, consolidate e-government strategies and develop evidence-based policies that will facilitate the adoption of emerging technologies and effectively respond to the emerging needs of citizens.
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