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Exploit the e-Government potential
e-Government is one of the most challenging and promising public sector management topics of today. e-Government is much more than providing government services over the internet, or moving interactions to digital platforms. e-Government stands for providing technology related solutions to bureaucracies that have high costs and low performance. e-Government includes technology enabled opportunities for sustainable development. If e-Government is to be a driver for sustainability, it should be oriented towards the involvement of all. As such there is a need for policies that can shape the frameworks to achieve this.
This course addresses e-Government issues at policy and strategy level. You will develop your understanding of the potential of e-Government, the policies, the required legal and institutional frameworks, and insights into an engaging e-Government involving different stakeholders.
Reasons to follow the e-Government Executive Course
- Get a thorough understanding of the potential of e-Government
- Gain analytical skills with respect to the management, organizational and technology issues of e-Government related initiatives
- Develop your capabilities of formulating, developing, monitoring and evaluating e-Government policies
This course addresses e-Government issues at policy and strategy level. You will develop your understanding of the potential of e-Government, the policies, the required legal and institutional frameworks, and gain insights into an engaging e-Government involving different stakeholders. You will improve your analytical skills on the managerial and organizational issues with e-Government initiatives and you will be capable of formulating e-Government policies, particularly in a development context. You will also gain understanding of how to overcome implementation and transformation challenges associated with e-Government, in light of achieving a better, more sustainable government
A highlight of the topics covered: integration, interoperability, transparency and accountability. The topic of risk management with respect to the wider adoption of e-Government is also tackled, embracing security and privacy. Project management includes, among others, agile approaches and dealing with IT service providers. A particular topic is the involvement of citizens and businesses through the usage of social media and mobile computing.
Interactive lectures and in-class case discussions are the major learning methods of this course. Sharing of participants’ experiences forms a key element as well. Work visits and guest speaker sessions will provide you with deeper insights, as these will highlight the best practices for e-Government associated systems and projects. Through several live case sessions you will further develop your personal skills as a hybrid change agent for e-Government. During the course you will prepare a brief action plan to assure that your learning will be helpful to your organization.
Who should attend
The program is designed for:
- Managers and executives of a public entity
- IT service providers
with an interest in public sector strategies and policies associated with e-Government