Why are governments so slow in taking up eGov?

I recently was asked this question in an exchange on an article I wrote on good public governance, a couple of years ago. The article underlying this question is behind this link, and was written by Bill Eggers of Deloitte. Governments aren’t necessarily that slow in taking up eGov My first off-the-cuff reaction was “but … Continue reading Why are governments so slow in taking up eGov?

Ideas on a project prioritisation system for public sector projects

Introduction This is a rewrite of a post I published in November 2009 on another blog. I've reviewed and revised the text. While a number of ideas remain valid, I've made quite a number of changes. Any project executed in a public sector environment has to face - by its very nature - a high … Continue reading Ideas on a project prioritisation system for public sector projects

Public sector performance enhancement

Let’s not get run over againThere are quite a few performance enhancing methodologies for administrations available on the market today. Most have not proven to be that successful all the time. However, under pressure to enhance performance, the public servants hope if or rather when someone turns government around, they don’t get run over again.Potential … Continue reading Public sector performance enhancement