3 edition of Technology enabled transformation of the public sector found in the catalog.
Technology enabled transformation of the public sector
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Vishanth Weerakkody, editor|
|LC Classifications||JF1525.A8 T445 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781466617766, 9781466617773, 9781466617780|
|LC Control Number||2012002477|
Digital disruption is ushering in a new era of opportunities for change in the European public sector. In fact, digital transformation is now expected of government leaders as digital citizens expect their governments to provide dramatic changes in the way they operate, and offer high-quality digital services while delivering value for money. A data-driven public sector Enabling the strategic use of data for productive, inclusive and trustworthy governance Over the last decade the Open Government Data movement has successfully highlighted the value of data and encouraged governments to open up information for reuse both inside, and outside the public sector.
transformation in service delivery is better comprehended on the reflection that South Africa has only been a democratic country since 14 years is arguably a short time to expect transformation. The path of service delivery transformation formally began in with the release of the White Paper on the Transformation of Public Service . As the focus continues on public sector transformation it is imperative to look beyond the buzzwords. Our five key lessons from the private sector all apply equally within the public sector, and allow us to identify the actions needed from the main players in transformation programmes.
Top trends for digital transformation in government and the public sector 1. IoT and smart cities. There has been a 31% increase in the number of ‘things’ connected to the overall IoT between and A majority of these (about billion) are consumer items, with % of the remaining billion units are for business use. The increased pressure on the Public Sector to save money and boost productivity can only be combated by giving Public Sector workers access to the latest digital technology, ensuring that citizens are being served by the Government in the best possible way.
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Technology Enabled Transformation of the Public Sector: Advances in E-Government is filled with original research about electronic government and supplies academicians, practitioners, and professionals with quality applied research results in the field of electronic/digital government, its applications, and impacts on governmental organizations Cited by: 1.
Technology-enabled Transformation of the Public Sector The Public Sector is charged with the responsibility of formulating and executing government policies for the advancement of the country. No nation can develop beyond the competencies of her Public Sector.
Technology has become a major enabler worldwide. Get this from a library. Technology enabled transformation of the public sector: advances in e-government. [Vishanth Weerakkody;] -- "This book contains original research about electronic government and supplies academicians, practitioners, and professionals with quality applied research results in the field of electronic/digital.
Get this from a library. Technology enabled transformation of the public sector: advances in e-government. [Vishanth Weerakkody; IGI Global.;] -- "This book contains original research about electronic government and supplies academicians, practitioners, and professionals with quality applied research results in the field of electronic/digital.
SUB Hamburg B/ Technology Enabled Transformation of the Public Sector: Advances in E-Government Vishanth Weerakkody Brunei University, UK Information Science. Dante explained that the public sector also needs to adopt policies that enable the use of technology.
Even if an agency adopts advanced technology, it may be unable to use it if policies do not support its use. Critical to success is policy change that happens in accordance with the adoption of new technology.
Martin McFadyen, Head of Public Sector, Virgin Media Business argues that small changes are the secret behind public sector transformation Banishing pagers from hospitals and replacing them with smartphones and apps. Digitising the online civil money claims service, achieving 90% public.
Debating Digitally-Enabled Service Transformation in Public Sector: Keeping the Research Talking: /ch Digitally-enabled service transformation (DEST) in the public sector (PS) offers a unique opportunity for public administration (PA) and information systems.
Leighton James, CTO of UKCloud, discusses what perfect means for cloud within the public sector, and how Covid will impact this Inevitably, this is a worrying and unprecedented time, with the government fighting to keep coronavirus at bay.
Today we are seeing a different level of maturity in transformation projects; much transformation in the public sector is about customer-driven change, rather than technology updates.
Transformation in was very tech-driven and, while this continues to be a key enabler for transformation, it’s no longer at the centre of it. Few developments have had broader consequences for the public sector than the introduction of the Internet and digital technology. In this book, Darrell West discusses how new technology is altering governmental performance, the political process, and democracy itself by improving government responsiveness and increasing information available to s: 2.
Good partnerships key to digital transformation of the public sector Change can be triggered by partnering with private initiatives. Ben Howlett, managing director at Public Policy Projects, has been working on an impact assessment on new technology being introduced into the health service.
It is no surprise to learn that the public sector continues to trail behind its private counterparts when it comes to embracing digital transformation. A recent survey by Daisy Group, of almost 2, organisations, found that fewer than half (47%) of public sector respondents had a digital transformation strategy.
Danilo M. Marchiori, Emerson W. Mainardes, Ricardo G. Rodrigues, Validation of the ISS-QUAL and the role of gender, age and education on it service quality in the public sector, Information Technology and Management, /s, 19, 4, (), ().
Public Sector Transformation through E-Government book. Experiences from Europe and North America. Public Sector Transformation through E-Government explores the influence that e-government has on public sector organizations, E-Enabled Interagency Collaboration as a Means for Government Process Redesign.
Building a public sector that is fit for the future requires governments to digitize existing processes and services—at a minimum.
While emerging tools such as artificial intelligence and blockchain hold promise, simply embracing new technologies will not be enough. Achieving coherent reform and comprehensive change will also demand an overhaul of organizational structures, capabilities.
It is no easy matter to bring about major change in a large, complex organization—whichever sector it’s in. McKinsey research has found that 74 percent of private-sector transformation efforts fail to meet their objectives, while in the public sector, the failure rate is even higher, at 80 both sectors, people practices are a decisive factor, often making the difference between.
Digital transformation in the public sector J Peter Miller from Visionist explains the challenge of enabling digital transformation in the public sector. Most people associate employment and job growth with the private sector. However, the public or government sector employs over 23 million people in the United States, which accounts for approximately 15 percent of the sector jobs are divided into federal, state, and local government jobs, with local government jobs accounting for more than six out of every ten public sector.
The next stage of digitally-enabled transformation has 3 broad components, which together form the scope of this strategy: transforming whole citizen-facing services – to continue to improve the experience for citizens, businesses and users within the public sector. Technology is evolving at a rapid pace, and the public sector needs to match it at a similar pace.
The digital revolution that should occur should happen across all departments and not just be siloed and the sole focus of one department.
The book seeks to provide an innovative, enriching, and controversial take on society at large and how various aspects of the public sector can be, and are, affected by the ongoing digitalization process in a way that is not covered by extant literature on the market. Three technology imperatives to transform the public sector workforce 1.
Improve operational efficiency through technology In times of crisis, we depend on public sector organizations to deliver.