Collaborating for Digital Transformation (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
290
Utgivningsdatum
2024-01-12
Förlag
Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
ISBN
9781803923888

Collaborating for Digital Transformation

How Internal and External Collaboration Can Contribute to Innovate Public Service Delivery

Inbunden,  Engelska, 2024-01-12
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As worldwide institutions acknowledge the necessity of digital, open, and collaborative governments, this timely book offers a comprehensive exploration of digital transformation, intergovernmental collaboration, collaborative governance, and public sector innovation. Collaborating for Digital Transformation highlights how collaborations between government organizations, as well as with the private sector and users, enhance digital transformation and public service innovation. Drawing from smart cities, online service platforms, eHealth and other initiatives across European countries, the book sheds light on the complexities, risks, and power dynamics inherent in these collaborations. It explores how the design, management, and leadership of these collaborations can overcome these challenges in different politico-administrative contexts. Through diverse research methods and by combining practical accounts with theoretical academic rigor, this forward-thinking book proposes a roadmap for more innovative and effective governments in the digital age. This book will enlighten students, scholars, and researchers in politics, public policy, governance, and administration. Offering practical guidance for effective collaboration, innovation, and coordination for digital transformation, it also appeals to politicians, policymakers, civil servants, and professionals. Being relevant, not only in smart city and eHealth domains, but across all policy areas, it's an indispensable resource for driving innovation and digitalization toward a more interconnected future.
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Based on an impressive cross-national study, this volume identifies the collaboration hurdles that can stand in the way of the successful digital transformation of the public sector, and then provides an insightful and realistic appraisal of how we might try to overcome them. -- Christopher Ansell, University of California, Berkeley

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Edited by Koen Verhoest, Professor of Public Governance and Administration, Department of Political Science and GOVTRUST Centre of Excellence, University of Antwerp, Belgium, Gerhard Hammerschmid, Professor of Public and Financial Management, Hertie School, Germany, Lise H. Rykkja, Professor of Political Science/Public Administration, Department of Government, University of Bergen, Norway and Erik Hans Klijn, Professor of Public Administration, Department of Public Administration, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands

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Contents: PART I INTRODUCTION 1 Introduction: collaborating for digital transformation in the public sector 2 Lise H. Rykkja, Gerhard Hammerschmid, Erik Hans Klijn and Koen Verhoest 2 Digital transformation in the public sector 13 Miriam Lips 3 Intergovernmental collaboration in the context of digital transformation: state-of-the-art and theoretical notions 31 Gerhard Hammerschmid, Jessica Breaugh and Maike Rackwitz 4 Conditions for successful public-private collaboration for public service innovation 52 Chesney Callens and Koen Verhoest PART II INTERGOVERNMENTAL COLLABORATION FOR DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION 5 The coordination of digital government platforms: the role of administrative tradition and collaboration history 81 Jessica Breaugh and Steven Nmmik 6 The coordination of smart cities: insights from a cross-case analysis on the implementation of smart city strategies 103 Maike Rackwitz and Dries van Doninck 7 Leadership for intergovernmental collaboration towards digital transformation 124 Maike Rackwitz, Jessica Breaugh and Gerhard Hammerschmid PART III PUBLIC-PRIVATE COLLABORATION FOR DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION AND INNOVATION 8 The design and management of public-private eHealth partnerships 144 Chesney Callens, Koen Verhoest, Erik Hans Klijn, Lena Brogaard, Veiko Lember, Vicente Pina and Dries van Doninck 9 Contract management and network management in public-private eHealth partnerships 168 Chesney Callens and Erik Hans Klijn 10 Viewpoints of collaboration partners on user involvement in collaborative innovation projects 197 Jaime Garca-Rayado and Chesney Callens 11 It is all about interaction: network structure, actor importance, and the relation to innovative outcomes 218 Tom Langbroek and Koen Verhoest PART IV CONCLUSIONS 12 Collaboration for digital transformation: so much more than just technology 241 Koen Verhoest, Erik Hans Klijn, Lise H. Rykkja and Gerhard Hammerschmid Index