Tag Archives for gov20

Ignoring the ROI of Openness

I am back from Berlin, where we were discussing at the google collaboratory how to evaluate the impact of open government. While the excitement about enterprise 2.0, government 2.0, and open government has been building, critical voices in organizations have … Continue reading

19. July 2010 by Philipp
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New Statecraft and New Strategy

I am sitting in my apartment at Peapody Terrace, overlooking the Charles River wrapping up my time at Harvard. Teaching in the collaborative governance program with Jack Donahue, Akash Deep, Tony Gomez-Ibanez, Chris Letts, Edgar Aragon and Mary Hilderbrand was … Continue reading

26. June 2010 by Philipp
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My Talk at the ISPRAT CIO Conference in Vienna

I am just coming back from a wonderful day of debate with Germany’s and Austria’s top policy makers in the information technology field. The conference headlined by the new German CIO was titled Information and Communication Technologies as Strategic Instruments … Continue reading

12. May 2010 by Philipp
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Culture, Politics, and our Networked Lifeworlds

By: Philipp Mueller and Violetta Pleshakova In 2010, it has become a truism that culture, lifeworlds, and our political economies are transforming. It is obvious that the Web is impacting society, bringing in new lifestyles, attitudes, values, work patterns and … Continue reading

09. February 2010 by Philipp
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State of the eUnion: Government 2.0 and Onwards

Just in time for the EU minsterial conference in Malmö, John Gotze brought together some of the most prominent thought leaders, including Don Tapscott, Tim O’Reilly and Lawrence Lessig, in the emerging field of Government 2.0 (“thinking government as a … Continue reading

20. November 2009 by Philipp
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The Long Telegram of the 21st Century

There are not many instances when a governmental memo shaped the political philosophy of a generation. Clearly Kennan’s Long Telegram comes to mind: The ‘Long Telegram’ was sent by George Kennan from the United States Embassy in Moscow to Washington, … Continue reading

24. September 2009 by Philipp
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Discussing the IDC Framework: Ideation, Deliberation, and Collaboration

as we are learning to use social media in organizations, we overestimate some aspects of this new approach and are confused about others: What is new, what is not? What is hype, what is real? Therefore, it is a time … Continue reading

23. July 2009 by Philipp
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Revisiting the Death of New Public Management

In this “breathless” time where new conceptual frameworks emerge by the minute, it makes sense to step back and reflect on our thinking of… last week. In the “revisiting” series, I want to point to some of the older postings … Continue reading

20. June 2009 by Philipp
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