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Open Government 200

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The growing success of open innovation practices in many firms raises the question of whether these principles can be transferred to innovate public sector organizations. Going beyond a technocratic e-government paradigm, but with the support of internet technology, we present a structural overview of how external collaboration and innovation between citizens, and public administrations can offer new ways of citizen integration and participation, enhanced performance, and benefits for the political decision-making process.

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Open Government 200

  1. 1. 1„LEADERSHIP FOR INNOVATION: VISUALIZING THE INVISIBLE“ Towards Open Government Dennis Hilgers I Michael Steinbusch Public-Management-Hamburg.de Leipzig: 10.10.2011
  2. 2. 2 Forces of Public Sector Transformation Wikinomics An economic Revolution:  Open Innovation  Mass collaboration  Networked business models (e.g. iTunes)  Openness, Peering, Sharing, Globally Social NetworkingWeb 2.0 Government 2.0 A Social Revolution:Technology Revolution:  Openness,  Online Collaboration in peers (CBPP) Internet is not just websites,  Transparent (Wikipedia, Linux, OSS, etc.)  Collaborative its an active platform for  Participatory  Division of Labor content  Effectiveness and Efficiency Active users Internet is ubiquitous Net Generation A Demographic Revolution A life with IT: Todays 13-30 year old. Different consumption/expectation No passive Readers, Viewers, Voters Tapscott 2009; Hilgers/Ihl 2010 Public-Management-Hamburg.de
  3. 3. 3Public Management Reform 2010: Government 2.0 Public-Management-Hamburg.de
  4. 4. 4Trajectories of Administration Reforms and Controll 1990s:  Decentralisation  Competition Market  Cost-efficiency Hierarchy (Contract)  Digital Era (Delegation) New Public State of Law Management 1950-1970s:  Development of a system of justice  Bureaucracy  Planning instruments  Keynesianism > 2000:  Performance Management Open  Good Governance “Open Government”  eGovernment Governance  eDemocracy Obama has made a very clear  Civic Participation commitment to changing the way  Public-Private-Cooperation government works with its citizens: (Memorandum of Freedom of Information Act) • Government should be transparent. Network (trust, knowledge, social and • Government should be participatory intellectual capital) • Government should be collaborative Public-Management-Hamburg.de
  5. 5. 5Open Governmentin GermanyPolitical AgendaRegierungsprogramm"Vernetzte und transparenteVerwaltung„„Umsetzung einer gemeinsamenOpen-Government-Strategie füroffenes Regierungshandeln bis2013“ Public-Management-Hamburg.de
  6. 6. 6North Rhine Westphalia„ „ S. 81 Public-Management-Hamburg.de
  7. 7. 7 BADEN WÜRTTEMBERG„ S. 79 „ Public-Management-Hamburg.de
  8. 8. 8As a result of this study, we hope for a better understanding of Open Government in the practice, a large collection of "best" and "promising" practices, and also an overview of technologies used for citizen participation. Public-Management-Hamburg.de
  9. 9. 9 Open Government The formal discipline and practice ofleveraging the discoveries and expertise of others as input for the administrative and political process through formal and informal relationships*. *Note: It are the informal relationships that constitute the "innovativeness" of open government!