qIn this book Dutch civil servant Davied van Berlo explains the significance of web 2.0 for government in terms of its internal organisation, its relationship with the public, and the working methods of the civil servant. The second part, Civil Servant 2.0 beta, provides a practical interpretation of the concepts expressed in the first part, and contains action points and ideas for government organisations to develop their own strategies for government 2.0.q - back cover.Search and discovery: searching and finding information, to keep track of what different departments within the organisation are doing. ... Only then can added value and results be achieved. ... If everyone says what theya#39;re doing on their blog, but are still expected to attend meetings and listen to rounds of monologues , then it costs more time than ita#39;s ... What works best for keeping each other up-to- date?
|Title||:||Civil Servant 2.0|
|Author||:||Davied van Berlo|
|Publisher||:||Davied van Berlo - 2011|