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The Power of Co – collaborative governance in a complex world

Most of the time, we talk about or experience collaboration in the context of a tangible project or an initiative, but how does it work when you are trying to progress an issue where there isn’t a known pathway? Max Hardy talks about the differences between consultation and collaboration, and how “inviting people into your dilemma” can lead to more enduring solutions, and how complexity theory can help shift your perspective.

Tomasz Janowski

Control and trust: the future of governance

The electronic government landscape is increasingly pointing towards a diffusion of power, and an increased role and voice for citizens in public decision-making. Tomasz Janowski from the UNU-IIST Center for Electronic Governance discusses some of the global trends that he is observing: participatory democracy, the increased regulation of new service delivery channels and the need for leadership in ICT services, challenging the notion of what “whole of government” really means in practice.

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Where Government 2.0 meets Society 2.0

In times of austerity and change, social technologies and new forms of collaboration enable governments, industry and citizens to create new opportunities and solve problems. In this special 2-part interview with Zachary Tumin from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government’s Belfer Centre, we look at how all parts of society can collaborate to innovate.

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Global Service Jam connects dots worldwide with government

As part of the Australian Government’s APS Innovation Week 2012, G2R takes a look behind GovJam, happening around the world in June 2012.

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Federal agency leads international service GovJam

As part of the Australian Government’s APS Innovation Week 2012, G2R takes a look behind GovJam, happening around the world in June 2012.

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Young citizens reveal new ways of thinking about government

EdgeRyders is a joint project of the Council of Europe and the European Commission, and has been described as ‘the largest think-tank in the world’ where young Europeans are collaborating and sharing experiences about what it means to transition to an independent, active life.

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Multimedia activism

Bringing it all together: Wiggio is a tool for bringing teams together through text, voice, e-mail and more on a streamlined Web interface. We talk with CEO Dana Lampert about building the tool,…

Dan Munz

Collaboration and social media

Social media is just a toe in the water for Gov 2.0. Join Gov 2.0 Radio for a discussion with Dan Munz about the challenges and benefits of bringing collaboration to the government…

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