Creating public value by unleashing the power of cross-boundary collaboration
Web 2.0 technologies are revolutionizing the way we interact with businesses, governments, and each other. They make data more transparent, improve customer service, and create a collaborative culture. How can the private sector and public sector alike, utilize these technologies and the networks they support to spur innovation and leverage the power of shared knowledge?
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|XBC: Creating public value by unleashing the power of cross-boundary collaboration
In today's technology-driven world, the ability to connect and network is easier than ever and driving increasing cross-boundary collaboration (XBC).
Drawing on efforts by governments and citizen groups to increase the utility of public data, this report from Deloitte's Global Public Sector group illustrates the evolution of government from a data publisher to a development platform for generating maximum public value.
|The innovator's playbook
Public sector organizations can address many of society's biggest challenges by employing strategies that guide them to developing and sustaining a culture of innovation.
|Innovation in government?
Learn how innovation can drive government transformation through conversations between public sector leaders.
|The future of collaborative government and Web 2.0
Public agencies have been slow to adopt the latest Internet-based technologies, but strategies are shifting as increasingly connected citizens and stakeholders are demanding quicker, more efficient services.
|Innovation by collaboration: A blueprint for action
In collaborative innovation, companies work with one or more partners to share development and marketing responsibilities, as well as benefits and risks.
|Technology opportunities and challenges in state government
Web 2.0 technologies and low-cost online collaborative tools can fundamentally alter the way government and its agencies carry out business. At the same time, the Internet can serve as a platform to promote unprecedented collaboration, though rapid growth also brings certain risks.
|Government 2.0: Using Technology to Improve Education, Cut Red Tape, Reduce Gridlock and Enhance Democracy
This book examines government's transformation from centralized control over public programs to facilitating services through networks of nongovernmental entities.
|Social networks for life sciences
Although social networks are not new, they can now form faster and reach further than ever before, potentially transforming how doctors treat patients and how patients and consumers manage their conditions.
|Podcast: Globalization of innovation
A number of long-term innovation trends are emerging: a source shift from the West to the East; technology's role in the collection, distribution, and use of innovations; and the emergence of large-scale innovation to address social challenges. In the short-term there is also a need for innovation in financing to spur long-term innovation.
|Half the battle: How CIOs can generate business value from human networks
Harnessing the power of netcentricity can improve the effectiveness and efficiency of any business operation.
Case study: Weaving a killer web
How London Borough of Haringey became first council to achieve AAA rating.
Harnessing the opportunities and managing the risks of social media.
Collaboration through collective leadership.
Platforms and the Open Door
High stakes in platform leadership may rewrite the rules for value capture in wireless.