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3 de marzo de 2007

Knowledge Government (K-Government)

Hallazgos en la red de todo aquello relacionado con el e-government, la e-administration, la sociedad de la información, etc. Claves para entender, disertar, implementar, evaluar y llevar a cabo con éxito estrategias de gobierno electrónico y administración electrónica en la sociedad del conocimiento.

Knowledge-based Government for Development (K-government)

Every society has always been a knowledge society in the sense that it has been using knowledge – formally and informally – in economic growth and in social development. However, the ICT revolution at the end of 20th century revamped the ways in which all knowledge can be created, harvested, assembled, combined, manipulated, enhanced and channelled. This increases the efficiency and effectiveness of using knowledge in economic growth and development to the extent that it is becoming the leading factor for adding value and for wealth creation in the market economy. In this Knowledge Age, intellect and creative, innovative and inventive ideas become a primary source of advantage and wealth. These factors also carry a promise of dramatically advancing human development and increasing the quality of life. Therefore, a nation’s capacity to develop systems that support the creation and application of knowledge within government, as well as throughout society, increases in importance and warrants greater consideration.

The Division examines the following two components of Knowledge Systems for Development:

  • National Knowledge Systems for Development: The government plays a key role in supporting the development of national knowledge systems. We examine the characteristics and attributes of the knowledge society, the features of a National Knowledge System, the components of a national knowledge strategy, where knowledge issues are being addressed (e.g., through science and technology, ICT, innovation, education and culture strategies and policies), how bottom-up knowledge is captured and how governments can measure the society’s knowledge assets.
  • Public Sector Knowledge Management: As one of the largest producers and consumers of information and knowledge, the government can act as a model user of these resources through the development of sound management policies and an understanding of the impact of effective knowledge application on government and governance. We examine how the public sector generates, captures, manages and uses its knowledge resources, current public sector approaches to knowledge management, the components of government knowledge management strategies and action plans, practical examples of knowledge management efforts, and how the effective application of the public sector’s knowledge assets affect policy development, decentralization, service delivery and other good governance goals.


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