Smart government: a playbook for politicians and public managers

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Abstract

Based on the enablers we have identified, politicians and public managers can assess their organisation’s capability to implement
smart government, identify gaps and eventually boost the success of smart government initiatives. In the paper we suggest some
key questions for politicians and public managers to get an initial idea of where the major gaps might be. This has to be followed
by a detailed maturity assessment. After identifying the gaps, politicians and public managers need to prepare projects or measures to
fill them.

Authors Singler, Sebastian; Guenduez, Ali A.; Oberli, Moritz; Schedler, Kuno; Baldinger, Gustav & Tomczak, Tobias
Projects Gündüz, Ali Asker; Schedler, Prof. Dr. Kuno; Frischknecht, Ruth & Demaj, Dr. Labinot (2017) Smart Government Lab [applied research project]
Language English
Subjects information management
political science
HSG Classification contribution to practical use / society
Date July 2019
Publisher PwC Switzerland
Place of Publication Berne
Number of Pages 35
Depositing User Prof. Dr. Kuno Schedler
Date Deposited 12 Jul 2019 06:53
Last Modified 12 Jul 2019 07:02
URI: https://www.alexandria.unisg.ch/publications/257333

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Singler, Sebastian; Guenduez, Ali A.; Oberli, Moritz; Schedler, Kuno; Baldinger, Gustav & Tomczak, Tobias: Smart government: a playbook for politicians and public managers. [Monograph]

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