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Germany’s e-government agency must surpass its name to drive real change

by Arthur Mickoleit  |  April 4, 2018

The #GroKo (Germany’s new governing coalition) is on and it has big ambitions for digital government! Ambition is needed because Germany has been slow in adapting digital transformation to create...

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Orkut's Retirement Overshadowed by Cupcakes and Soccer

by Jenny Sussin  |  July 9, 2014

When I was a wee intern, building out social media pages for the products and campaigns I supported without rhyme or reason, I built an Orkut page for both myself...

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What is Germany getting right with employment?

by Thomas Otter  |  April 24, 2012

Andrew McAfee recently posted on the dire state of graduate employment in the US.   His work on the impact of technology on employment is well worth a read, I reviewed...

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Government 2.0, German Style: Still Too Much Planning?

by Andrea Dimaio  |  September 20, 2009

While many of my posts concern the United States – where most of the IT-drive government innovation seems to be happening - and I do occasionally cover other countries, I...

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Von Populismus und Heckenschützen

by Andreas Bitterer  |  February 25, 2009

This post is in German since it refers to an event and a related article in Germany. Die Hamburger IT Strategietage sind hier in Hamburg kürzlich zu Ende gegangen, als...

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