We see them all over the place these days: Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS), Everything as a Service but GaaS, this was the first time I saw it in a paper and while reading it, it really started to make sense. GaaS or Government as a Service is the public sector implementation of “big data” on one side and “Everything as a Service” on the other side or IT innovation at the service of Citizens of all nations. This is a very ambitious and impressive public sector project where emerging countries like Kenya and Georgia are showing the way.
Interested? Read on…
Innovation in government: Kenya and Georgia – McKinsey Quarterly – Public Sector – Management.
Posted in Change, Innovation, IT trends to watch, Leadership, Management
Tagged change, economy, innovation, leadership, management, vision, web 2.0
Interesting question indeed which Tim O’Reilly, the book editor, tries to answer in this 6min long youtube video:
Web 2.0 is not only reshaping the way we live, it is also reshaping the way we work. If employee loyalty and engagement is truly a priority beyond the talk, then managers should worry about adapting their company practices to changing generations. Food for thought…
I have been following for quite a few years what was going on @ IMD, which is the first European business school and one of the majors WW. It is interesting to see that they are also adopting web 2.0 as a mean to reach and attract a global audience. Their economy professor for instance, Arturo Bris, is posting on a regular basis what he calls “World reviews in 3min“.