November 12, 2010Doug Hadden
I’ve been updating my Government 2.0 information sources in preparation for my presentation at the Financial Management Institute (FMI) Professional Development Week in Gatineau Quebec. The subject for the conference is “Risk and Control: Striking the Right Balance”. It seems apropos to talk about control and risk for new technology, particularly Government 2.0.
If you are like me, you appreciate when interesting analysis is put into Scribd or SlideShare format to enable quick browsing. Here are some of the sources that I’ll be using in the presentation, The Emperor has no Clothes – Risk and Results in an Increasing Transparent and Government 2.0 World presentation.
Hewlett Packard Government IT Survey
IBM Publication on Leveraging Web 2.0 in Government
Leveraging Web 2.0 in Government
Matthew Hodgson from WSG Web Standards Group
Australian Government 2.0 Taskforce
I was co-author with Martha Bartoski on this paper on Knowledge Management 2.0 in government
Additional good links from those with good content, but don’t seem to get the Web 2.0 deployment advanatages include:
Deutsche Bank: How companies are tapping the benefits of Web 2.0
- Victorian Public Service: Government 2.0 Risk Register and Management Plan
- Deloitte: National Issues Dialogues, Web 2.0: The future of collaborative government
- McKinsey: E-Government 2.0
- Booz, Allen, Hamilton: Enterprise 2.0
My presentation is entitled: “The Emperor has no Clothes – Risk and Results in an Increasing Transparent and Government 2.0 World.”
Transparency and accountability have become strong themes in government. Social media and open government initiatives have introduced a new risk and reward paradigm for public servant careers and for government organizations. Transparency, in itself, has become a key performance indicator. This presentation explores the effects of social media on risk management in government and how Government 2.0 technology enables managing for results. An updated methodology on calculating open government value will be discussed.
For those interested in more, the presentation is on Wednesday, November 24, 2010, 1:30 to 2:30pm at the Krieghoff room.
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