5 edition of ICT and innovation in the public sector found in the catalog.
ICT and innovation in the public sector
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Francesco Contini and Giovan Franacesco Lanzara.|
|Series||Technology, work and globalization|
|Contributions||Contini, Francesco., Lanzara, Giovan Francesco, 1946-|
|LC Classifications||JF1525.A8 I37 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008046590|
Innovation and the Public Sector. The functioning of the public sector gives rise to considerable debate. Not only the efficiency and efficacy of the sector are at stake, but also i (read more) Recommend this title to your librarian. Summary. An examination of how information technology (IT) can be used in public administration, Information and Communication Technologies in Public Administration: Innovations from Developed Countries examines global perspectives on public administration and IT innovations. This book illustrates the theoretical context of current policies, issues, and implementation.
ICT Adoption and Application in the Malaysian Public Sector aims to resolve the difficulties in applying practical ICT systems within the public sphere, thoroughly addressing disparities in ICT theory, user attitudes, and the underlying factors that hinder the full adoption of ICT systems. This publication is a valuable resource for. Besides a number of books on innovation and public administration, also some magazines have released special issues about innovation in the public sector and there is even an electronic journal fully dedicated to public innovation (Bestuurskunde, ; The Public Sector Innovation Journal, ).
ICT and innovation in the public sector: European studies in the making of e-government. [Francesco Contini; Giovan Francesco Lanzara;] -- "This book will be important reading for anyone, specialist or non-specialist, who has an interest in understanding the complexities of the design of e-government systems, in the problems associated. This paper discusses what functions that ICTs have in the public sector, and analyses existing ICT governance approaches in the Norwegian government. Our findings do indicate that there exist a mismatch between the functions implicit in the objectives that are stated for eGovernment and the way ICTs are by: 7.
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ICT and Innovation in the Public Sector: European Studies in the Making of E-Government (Technology, Work and Globalization) Hardcover – Novem by F. Contini (Author), G.
Lanzara (Author)Author: F. Contini, G. Lanzara. Their contributions are reflections on the nature of new and emerging technologies in the public sector and their impact on government and on democracy itself. The book is divided into three sections: the past and present as starting point for thinking about the future of e-government, imagining the future of government, and implications for research and s: A.J.
Meijer, F. Bannister, M. Thaens. This book originates from a multiple year research project on ICT and justice in a number of EU countries.
Among the project's major objectives was the development of new methodologies for facilitating ICT-based innovation in the judiciary. ICT and Innovation in the Public Sector by Francesco Contini,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
Information And Communication Technology And Public Innovation: Assessing the Ict-driven Modernization of Public Administration (Innovation and the Public Sector) (Innovation and the Public Sector): Computer Science Books @ Public sector innovation and ICT: beyond the private sector rationale Article (PDF Available) January with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
ICT-enabled public sector innovation in H Co-creation for the public sector List of funded projects ICT-enabled public sector modernisation is one of the key priorities of Societal Challenge 6, part of the research programme H Public administrations should move towards an open government paradigm, composed of 3 axes: «Open data», «Open.
The challenge is dedicated, among other topics, to innovating public sector in a context of unprecedented transformations and growing global interdependencies. The EU is supporting projects working on these three priorities. So far, ICT-enabled projects have received over € million in EU funds to advance the public sector Size: KB.
in the Public Sector This work is published under the responsibility of the Secretary-General of the opinions expressed and arguments employed herein do not necessarily reflect the official.
Having a national strategy on ICT in government and e-government can significantly reduce government waste, corruption, and inefficiency. Businesses, CIOs and CTOs in the public sector interested in meeting sustainability requirements will find this book useful.
ICT and Innovation in the Public Sector: European Studies in the Making of E-Government (Technology, Work and Globalization) - Kindle edition by Contini, F., Lanzara, G. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or cturer: Palgrave Macmillan.
The rise of the Internet offers the public sector a great deal of opportunity for change, and visible changes have taken place in recent years. This book offers fresh and original perspectives on the emerging institutional landscape of the Internet. The paper discusses from a conceptual standpoint the need for renewing the lenses through which looking at the phenomenon of ICT-enabled innovation in governance and policy-making, suggesting that a possible `new theory of public sector innovation should be : MisuracaGianluca, ViscusiGianluigi.
ICT innovation research in the justice sector relies on case studies analysis, they offer rich and realistic lessons to learn from (Contini & Lanzara, ). The selected evidences, as a narrative. Innovation in the public sector is not a new development; for many years public employees have been active innovators, building bridges, building new hospitals and changing the relationship Author: Freddy Mariñez Navarro.
An examination of how information technology (IT) can be used in public administration, Information and Communication Technologies in Public Administration: Innovations from Developed Countries examines global perspectives on public administration and IT innovations. This book illustrates the theoretical context of current policies, issues, and : Hardcover.
Via a systematic literature review, we investigate articles and books on public sector innovation, published between and These studies are analysed based on the following themes: (1) the definitions of innovation, (2) innovation types, (3) goals of innovation, (4) antecedents of innovation and (5) outcomes of by: This book provides a broad overview of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)-supported innovation both on an evidence-based level, a theoretical and a methodological level.
It presents multi-disciplinary perspectives on organizational innovation in enterprises and the public sector, and on. So far, ICT-enabled projects have received over € million in EU funds to advance the public sector innovation. Projects funded in and focused on developing open, reusable service components and stimulating the use of open data, thus helping to shift to an open, digitally-driven collaborative public administration that is ready.
Information and Communication Technologies underpin innovation and competitiveness across private and public sectors and enable scientific progress in all disciplines.
Thus in H, ICT-related topics can be found in all priorities, from 'Excellence Science' to 'Industrial Leadership', to 'Societal Challenges'. technologies (ICT) on public sector management in Africa for the period – using panel GMM model and T oda- Y amamoto c ausality tests.
The empiric al evidence. shows that ICT Author: Olaniyi Evans.Public sector innovation presents an understudied field when compared to innovation in elsewhere.
This void unprecedentedly grows when information and communication technologies (ICTs) are at stake.building a competitive economy and increasing the effectiveness of the public sector. In the Strategy for ICT R&D and Innovation in Europe: Raising the Game1 from 13 of March the EC stresses the importance of the ICT sector in economic development and provides a .